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Feeding an all home cooked diet without supplementation is dangerous for your cat!
You may be surprised to read this on my blog if you know much about my philosophy surrounding food. I’m certainly not suggesting that a 100% processed commercial diet is the best, but to support the statement about cooked food and cats […]
It is cold outside this time of year, but we all know, or know of, some cats who can’t or won’t come inside. Some cats in this category may be neighborhood strays or feral cats who either refuse to come indoors or are not safe to bring into the house. Other cats, like Miss Misha […]
We covered girls last time, now it’s time to talk about the boys!
Of course, you’re adopting from a shelter, your puppy or kitten likely comes already spayed or neutered. If not, you have some choices ahead of you. Like with many things in your furkid’s life, there is no cut and dry best […]
So, you’ve done it. You’ve found your beautiful girl and you’re ready to adopt!
If you’re adopting from a shelter, your puppy or kitten likely comes already spayed or neutered. If not, you have some choices ahead of you. Today we’ll be discussing spaying, next week we’ll cover the boys and neutering.
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Last time we covered the first stage of the active dying process: Dissolution of Earth.
This stage is the first and generally takes the longest. The next stages are usually completed in a matter of days at most, though, as I mentioned in the last blog a patient may go back and forth through […]