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Taking in a street cat as a pet


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Taking in a street cat as a pet

There are many stray animals out there who are looking for a home but they often need a check up to make sure they have no health issues before they come into the house. Many issues that stray cats have, such as fleas or ringworm, can be easily treated with over the counter treatments. It can take them a little while to get used to being part of a family, particularly if they have had some bad experiences with humans before, but before long you'll have a new and furry friend who can't wait to see you. This blog has tips for new pet owners looking to adopt a stray cat.

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When a Cat Isn’t Suitable for Boarding

Finding a suitable place for your pet to stay is an integral part of your holiday preparations if you're a cat owner. Usually, the process of finding somewhere and booking in your cat doesn't take too long, but before you make any hasty decisions, you should make sure your cat is ready. In fact, before you even book a holiday, it's a good idea to check your cat is suitable for going into a boarding centre. Read More 

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Want to Know How You Can Easily Handle a Pet Emergency? It’s Simple — Be Prepared.

If you treat your pets like part of the family, seeing them in pain, suffering or distress because they are sick or hurt can be quite unsettling. Unfortunately, you can never tell when the unexpected will occur. As a pet owner, it is wise that you have a pet medical emergency preparedness plan so that you can know what to do in case your pets require immediate medical attention.  Here are some tips you should follow so you can be well-prepared to handle a vet emergency: Read More