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Resources

There’s nothing better than the love and companionship of a furry friend. It is important to us that you keep your new cat healthy and happy. Here are a list of resources that can aid you in the care of your newly adopted cat.

Holiday Hazards

Holiday Hazards...

The holidays are special times during the year when families and friends come together in celebration.¬†Unfortunately, many pet owners fail to recognize the potential dangers that these special occasions pose. Below are some basic holiday items that could potentially cause serious harm to your pet. VALENTINE’S DAY Flowers Many types of flowers and plants that are...
Dangerous Plants

Dangerous Plants...

Compare this list with the decorative plants that you have in or around your home. If your home contains any of the following, consider placing them in areas that your pet does not have access to or get rid of them altogether. Aloe Amaryllis Andromeda Japonica Asian Lily Asparagus Fern Australian Nut Autumn Crocus Azalea Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet (American...
Dangerous Household Items

Dangerous Household Items...

The following household items have the potential to cause serious illness, or even death, depending on the amount ingested by your dog or cat. Store these items in a safe location, out of your pet’s reach. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (ibuprofen, aspirin, etc.) Acetaminophen Cold and flu medications Anti-depressants Vitamins Home insect products Rat...
Vaccinations

Vaccinations...

Regularly scheduled vaccinations are important for building your kitten’s immunity or continuing to protect your adult cat from several serious cat diseases. We require that all adopted cats continue their vaccines after adoption. These vaccines are Rabies and Distemper. Here’s a schedule of vaccinations that we recommend you follow: Around 6-8 Weeks First...