7 Springtime Dangers for Cats

1:Ticks and fleas. The weather gets warmer and not only your cats want to enjoy it. Ticks and fleas become very active after the winters, so your pet may easily become their victim. To prevent is, you should consult with your vet about special sprays which you may use for your cat. 2:Allergies (itchy skin, running eyes, […]

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Non-Toxic Pet-Friendly Cleaning for Spring

Baking soda and white vinegar These multi-purpose solutions are incredibly versatile and safe for your family, four-legged members included. If you desire a foaming cleanser, simply mix baking soda with lemon juice (this is a great bathroom cleaner that will make your tub shine.) Sprinkle baking soda on your carpet, leave it for five minutes […]

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Heartworm Symptoms in Cats – What You Need to Know

Where do Heartworms Come From? The Mosquito Yes, that’s where it all begins, with the mosquito. Baby heartworms are transmitted through a mosquito bite into the bloodstream of a dog or a cat. A mosquito first bites an infected animal, from coyotes, ferrets, wolves and other creatures may already have infected blood which the mosquito drinks. When […]

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