Month: February 2019

Consult with a veterinary nutritionist or veterinary food therapist to ensure complete and balanced nutrition in your home-prepared pet food. Photo: Katrina_S The largest recall in pet food history occurred in 2008, when melamine was found to be a contaminant that caused illness and death in thousands of dogs and cats. Since then, there have
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Author Terry Pratchett said, “In ancient times, cats were worshipped as gods; they have not forgotten this.” When you hear this phrase, do you automatically think of ancient Egyptian cat goddesses and cat gods? Probably. Do you think of any other cultures when it comes to cat goddesses, cat gods and worshipping cats? Probably not. But
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With a plethora of flea control products available, pet parents are generally put in a quandary with no full proof direction for them to pick the right treatment. To cut down the stress of selecting the right products, normally product analysts and vets provide proper recommendations. Musing about the facts related to various products and
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Charles and Caroline, two bonded cats, were brought to a shelter in Alabama. When shelter volunteers discovered that the tuxedo was pregnant, they knew they needed to get them into a foster home. Robyn Anderson Robyn Anderson, a foster volunteer of Forgotten Felines of Huntsville (in Capshaw), was contacted about the male and female bonded
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A veterinary clinic in Moses Lake, Washington received a call from a mother asking for an appointment for her daughter’s best friend – a plush toy cat named Donnie. Pioneer Veterinary Clinic Earlier this month, Pioneer Veterinary Clinic got a special request from Susie Efigenio. Her 6-year-old daughter, Jazmine, was extremely concerned about her beloved
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