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Photo of the week-Heaven sent

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Photo of the week-Heaven sent

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Podcast: Sugar and Gordito’s Book by Sugar

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Podcast: Sugar and Gordito’s Book by Sugar

Two shelter cats find a home, face challenges, and take on life with a smile!  Melody Karwowski tells us the true life story of her two cats and the adversity they faced and overcame! Her story is told in a new book written in the voice of Sugar and channeled through Melody! A cat story any…

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Podcast: Meet Trooper the Bobcat With a Tale to Share

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Podcast: Meet Trooper the Bobcat With a Tale to Share

  Forrest Bryant Johnson by chance found an injured cat that he decided to care for and after bringing the cat to a vet discovered it was a bobcat kitten! Forrest describes to us how one act of kindness turned into a life long relationship that changed his life forever. It is a heart warming…

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Aki: The Kitten who Saved Sir Hubble Pinkerton’s Life

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Aki: The Kitten who Saved Sir Hubble Pinkerton’s Life

by Jo Singer, , MSW, CSW, LCSW (Ret.)   Blogger Jo Singer whose picture of her cats Sir Hubble Pinkerton and Aki won the Pet Radio Cute and Cuddly contest, shares the story of her two babies   I am not particularly superstitious; however, I try to keep an open mind when it comes to spiritual…

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Podcast: Tale of Two Cats

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Podcast: Tale of Two Cats

You will need to pause the podcast playing in the background in the right column before hitting play for this podcast below….   Diane Eaton joins us to share her children’s book with us: One-year-old Bingo is extremely happy when the Browns adopt him and take him to their farm. Hed been at the shelter…

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Michigan lawmaker introduces bill that would ban debarking of dogs

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Michigan lawmaker introduces bill that would ban debarking of dogs

  Michigan State Rep. Tim Sneller, D-Burton, has introduced a bill that bans the procedure of removing tissue from a pet’s vocal cords in order to reduce or soften a dog’s bark. “That’s the way the dog communicates with us,” he said. “To have this done just because you don’t want to hear a dog…

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Headstrong Cat Rescued From a Sticky Situation

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Headstrong Cat Rescued From a Sticky Situation

Police in Seymour, Wisconsin got a call for an injured cat at an abandoned home and discovered that cat’s head was stuck between two concrete steps.   Police, fire, and department of public works crews were called to help free the cat. Workers separated the concrete and the cat took off before it could be securely…

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5 Study Tips For Your Vet Exam

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5 Study Tips For Your Vet Exam

by Auby Jain   Exam time can be hectic for any student. Moreover, such cumbersome schedules can occur in any field. If you are preparing for veterinarian profession, then you will have to study for the exams as well. Thus, this post will share certain tips and methods to prepare for veterinary exams. Do note…

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Common Pain Med for Dogs Found Ineffective

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Common Pain Med for Dogs Found Ineffective

DENVER/May 2, 2018 – Morris Animal Foundation-funded researchers from the University of Georgia, have found that tramadol was ineffective in alleviating signs of pain associated with osteoarthritis in dogs. The research team published their results in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. “The data shows conclusively that tramadol is not an effective drug…

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How to Choose a Name for Your Pet

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How to Choose a Name for Your Pet

by Ink Elves   When getting a pet, choosing a new name for them can be hard. You want a name that suits them, and you may have many ideas or none at all. You may also be in disagreement with your family or partner in what to call your new pet. Whether you have a…

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