A ginger cat hopped into a woman’s car when she had a door opened. The mischievous feline invited himself into the vehicle and started meowing to gather their attention. Supplied by Anastasia Zamora-Ortiz Anastasia Zamora-Ortiz from Ontario, California was getting ready to go to the John Wayne Airport to pick up her niece’s friend when
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Liz and Ian Finlay of the U.K. first met their resilient and perdurable (purr-durable?) feline, Nutmeg, 27 years ago. “We celebrate his birthday in March every year so we know it was around March 1990 when we got him,” Mr. Finlay told the Newcastle Chronicle last year. According to Metro U.K., the Finlay’s former cat,
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Discussing treatment options can be a tough conversation between vets and pets’ humans. By: John Donges Clients can get confused, upset, frustrated and even angry when their vet puts all treatment options on the table. Full disclosure, however, of all medical choices available to you is the ethical thing to do. Discussing all possibilities and
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On Sept. 23, we celebrate what’s known as Dogs in Politics Day, or Checkers Day. This special day is based around Richard Nixon’s dog Checkers, who was remarked upon quite a bit during Nixon’s pre-presidential political career. These pets are following in those paw prints — perhaps hoping to be the next Checkers, the
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Any cat fancier will tell you that their cat is cool. But when the temperature starts to rise, how do you keep your cat cool? How do you prevent heat stroke from occurring, and if it does occur, what do you do about it? Unlike dogs, cats do not sweat by panting. They instead sweat
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Recently, natural disasters have mobilized animal-loving citizens across the country. That’s epic, but there are cats in every community that need help every day. Feral cats, aka “community cats,” are those un-owned cats who do not want to live indoors but depend on people nonetheless. From Florida to California, and everywhere in between, community cats
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Children can learn a lot from taking care of pets. By: Cristian Bortes If your kid is anywhere over the age of 5, there’s a good chance they’ve started the process of begging for a pet. This is the age kids start interacting with friends at school and truly understand what they’re missing out
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Cats can usually go through pregnancy and labor without to many problems. However, if the cat is under a year old, or you have an older cat that has gone through multiple births, there could be problems ahead. This article will give you tips on how to tell what a normal pregnancy is, and what
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