Protecting Your Pets

Protecting Your Pets

  • Be The Cat's Meow: Take Good Care Of Your Feline Friend

    If you are the proud owner of a cat, then you want to make sure you tend to their every physical and emotional need so they remain healthy, friendly, and happy. This article will help you to have a better understanding of what it takes to properly care for your feline friend. Consider keeping your cat inside at all times It is best if you are able to keep your cat inside at all times.

  • Caring For Your Older Dog After She Is Spayed: Tips For Comfort

    Many vets recommend getting your female dog spayed prior to their first heat cycle to prevent hormonal changes that can make surgery more complicated. Older dogs tend to recover less quickly than puppies do and may be more aware of the procedure and pain they are encountering, which can lead to a painful experience that requires extra after-care. In addition to being more sore, some dogs (especially those that are overweight, are currently in heat, or who have had puppies before) and their lifestyles can make having the common surgery more extreme.

  • Memes, A Grumpy Cat, And The Truth Behind The Existence Of "Feline Down Syndrome"

    In 2012, the Grumpy Cat took the internet world by storm. The cat's unique facial features and "grumpy" appearance turned her into an internet sensation, and fans started a rumor that she was, in fact, born with Down syndrome. Does the famed Grumpy Cat have Down syndrome? Here is a look at the science behind the celebrity. What is Down Syndrome? Humans have 23 chromosomal pairs; in each chromosomal pair, the father and mother contribute a chromosome for a total number of 46 chromosomes.

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    Protecting Your Pets

    My husband’s mom absolutely adores playing with her pets. She currently has 2 dogs and 12 cats. Every day she spends at least two hours feeding and caring for her animals. My mother-in-law keeps a couple of her cats inside of her home. The rest of her animals aren’t allowed inside the house. However, this sweet lady always ensures they’re warm during the harsh winter months. Each of the canines have a spacious dog house to lounge in. At night, my mother-in-law places her cats in an old shed. Whenever one of her pets displays the signs of a potential illness, she immediately takes him or her to a nearby veterinarian. On this blog, I hope you will discover tips to help you protect your beloved pets from harm.