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Feline Idiopathic Cystitis and your cat

Introducing new cats into your home can be stressful for all involved

Does your cat: urinate more than usual strain in the litter box? eliminate in unusual places (piles of clothes, laundry baskets, closets, bath tubs, etc)? over groom their hind end or belly? have blood in their urine? have an inability to urinate? Your cat may be suffering from Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) but … more

Foster homes save lives

Foster homes save lives

In our last post we talked about the joys of adding a new furry member to your family by way of adopting. Adopting is a fantastic way to find the newest member of your household whether young or old, big or small, furry or not so furry. Adopting saves not only the life of the … more

Pet Adoption

Pet Adoption

Looking to add a new family member and not sure where to start? Why not consider adoption? Pet Adoption You may have heard some negative stereotypes about adopting a ‘second-hand‘ pet, but adoption is a fantastic way to find the perfect pet for your family and lifestyle. Adoption opens a world of possibilities. Have your … more

Know Your Enemy – Fleas

Know Your Enemy - Fleas

It is said that the best offensive is a good defense and the best defense comes from knowing your opponent. In this installment of Know Your Enemy, we take a look at one of the most annoying pests: The Flea. The Enemy Fleas are flightless parasitic insects that feed on blood from mammals and birds. Their … more

Thrown away, now here to stay

Life can be hard for a cat. Sure we’re good at marching around like we own the place, but just because we can survive on our own doesn’t mean that we should. I spent almost a year living out on my own. The leaves were changing when the students came back from their vacations and … more