Water is an essential nutrient for life, health and vitality. Water is the main constituent of cells, tissues and organs acts as a lubricant and shock absorber is the medium in which all transport systems of the body function maintains the vascular volume and enables blood circulation performs the critical function of transporting nutrients and…Details
What can you do to help your senior cat? Here are some tips: Schedule regular visits with your veterinarian. Your cat needs to be examined at least yearly if it appears healthy, as many diseases are hidden and not apparent. Remember it is much cheaper to prevent disease than it is to treat it! Ask for…Details
Though feline affection is often comforting and absolute purr-fection, sometimes their need to be around you at all times isn’t always convenient, especially when you’re trying to cook. Ah yes, cats love the kitchen countertop! but Why? Naturally, kitchen counters can be tempting because there’s food up there and it plays into a cat’s natural…Details
Take special care of your pets after the tornado has passed. Your home may be a very different place after a disaster, which can be very distressing for your pets.
Helping feral cats can be very rewarding. There are many options for you to be involved.
While direct violence is the most obvious form of animal cruelty, animal neglect is by far the most common type of abuse to which animal control officers respond.
Antifreeze presents deadly risks to cats and just the smallest amount can cause kidneys to fail and lead to the untimely demise of our feline friends. Accidental poisonings happen, especially at this time of year when the temperatures drop. Spills, leaks and failure to store the antifreeze properly all lead to a large amount of…Details
For our rescues, the best present this Christmas is having a safe place to live. Rescuing abandoned cats and running a Sanctuary is expensive work! Thanks to kind donations from our supporters, we pay to have the cats spayed or neutered, provide vaccines, and pay for all medical care needed. Food, beds, litter, cleaning products and some other basic…Details
Animals get the winter blues too, according to veterinary charity PDSA who say that affected pets want to eat more, avoid exercise and are grumpier during the winter months. Elaine Pendlebury, senior veterinary surgeon at PDSA says: “According to our poll, some pets display similar symptoms to the human disorder Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), which…Details
A couple who planned their dream wedding on a paradise beach have CANCELLED their nuptials – after becoming besotted with a stray moggy. The cat lovers met and fell for the feline on a trip to Abu Dhabi and decided together to dip into their wedding fund to bring Sheikh, as they named him, back…Details