These two kittens who were found on the street together, just had their dream come true. Chatons Orphelins Montréal Irene from Montreal, Canada spotted two tiny kittens huddled up outside by themselves. She couldn’t find any more kittens and their cat mom never returned for them. The kittens were very hungry and needed round-the-clock care.
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Are steroids safe for cats and dogs? Responsible steroid use can help your pet in many ways, such as by reducing inflammation. Photo: damonbowe So you’ve heard steroids for your pets are “bad.” You Google “steroids and pets” and find websites (some written by veterinarians) using words such as “extremely powerful drugs,” “over-prescribed” and “very
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These two little kittens depend on each other and share an amazing bond. Lauren Strycula @our_fostering_tails Lauren Strycula, a volunteer of the Animal Welfare League of Arlington (AWLA) in Arlington, Virginia, was contacted about a pair of rescued kittens who were in need of foster care. “The Kitten College program, which I am a part
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Let’s Bake! A Pusheen CookbookBeloved cartoon cat Pusheen is celebrating her 10th anniversary with this new book — a fun collection of themed recipes for cookies, cakes and other yummy and super cute treats. With a little help from Pusheen creator Claire Belton and scientist- turned-chef Dr. Susanne Ng, you’ll find 40 recipes for sweet
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For decades, people knew Terrence Lauerman as Brother Terry. Now, millions of people know him as Cat Grandpa Terry — a YouTube star, famous catnapper, calendar guy and even coffee flavor. The fame started about two years ago when Terry — a brother at Saint Norbert Abbey and retired teacher — started visiting Safe Haven
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Looking for a way to celebrate our feline friends this month? Here are some fun June cat activities. NOTE: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many events have been cancelled, postponed or gone virtual. Show your cat some love today! Photography © PeopleImages | E+ / Getty Images. All month: Adopt A Shelter Cat Month, National Foster a
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Take your cat for a low-stress visit to a feline-only clinic. Photo: mariposavet My friend Barbara brings her kit-and-caboodle to Connecticut Feline Medicine and Surgery. The way she tells it, there are a lot of pluses to going to a feline-only veterinary clinic. First, her cats don’t suddenly find themselves in a place full of
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Tina Traster, a veteran journalist-turned-filmmaker of the multi-award-winning documentary Catnip Nation has lived with and loved cats for years. Her idea to make a documentary about them began as an ode to these enigmatic creatures. But despite her passion and the popularity of cats in mainstream culture today, her journalist’s compass led to a darker
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Adopting a pet during your COVID-19 quarantine isn’t a decision to take lightly. Photo: Dgdom If your COVID-19 quarantine is the reason you’re thinking about adopting a new pet, you’re not alone. Lots of people and families have been running to shelters to adopt a pet. They have also been looking online: Petful’s adoption search
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Prepare now so your pet makes a successful transition back to life after quarantine. Photo: Pexels Are you and your pet ready for life after quarantine? With most businesses shuttered for weeks because of the novel coronavirus pandemic, most of us have been staying at home more than we ever have in our lives. All
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