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  • Cat Hairballs

    Cat Hairballs

    Every cat is going to come up with a hairball at one point or another, it is just a part of being a cat. You have probably heard your cat trying to get a hairball out. It is a natural thing and usually is not a red flag. But, by understanding what hairballs are and what causes them, you can...

     
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  • Which Cat Food Should I Choose?

    Which Cat Food Should I Choose?

    You might stop and think, hey there really is no difference between all of these cat food choices besides the price really. Many people all over are tempted to simply buy the cheapest cat food that they can find, regardless of the type of cat they have or the health benefits that another food for cats could provide their family...

     
  • Why Does A Cat Purr?

    Why Does A Cat Purr?

    People hear the purr from their cat when their cat is in a state of happiness, they are generally content with what ever is going on around them. Often times this is exactly the reason why your cat is purring and it should be taken as a good sign that your cat is completely happy and healthy at that point...

     
  • Baby Squirrel

    Baby Squirrel

    If you have a baby squirrel orphan from hurricane Frances, please go to Squirrels-R-Forever.com for extensive instructions to care for your baby. The information you read here is based on our experience and information gathered from other squirrel rescue people. Our first squirrel was probably about 3-5 weeks old, and we got her about 6 years ago in 1996. She...

     
  • Kwik Harness

    Kwik Harness

    The Kwik Harness is a hassle-free walking harness that is ideal for small pets. So easy it’s on and off in seconds! Specially designed to pamper your special friends. Note the following: No Collar Required Doesn’t Choke or Bind Fast and Easy Fit Light Weight Fully Adjustable Hook and Loop Fasteners Easy Connect Leash Ring The Kwik Harness is a...

     
  • Animal Testing

    Animal Testing

    First and foremost, animal testing is one of the most widely supported inhumane treatments of animals. No doubt you have supported this yourself! You might be offended and wondering how you could be guilty of supporting animal testing: By buying products made by manufacturers that engage in animal testing. Look on the product labels around your house. Do they say...

     
  • USDA Classifies Rabbits as Poultry, Deeming it Unnecessary to Render Animals Unconscious before Slaughter

    According to the Humane Farming Association, the USDA has decided to classify rabbits as “poultry” and are therefore excluded from the Humane Slaughter Act. The Humane Slaughter Act requires slaughter houses to render animals unconscious before killing them. When it comes to smaller animals, the USDA doesn’t even pretend to protect them. Over 9 billion chickens and turkeys are slaughtered...

     
  • CritterCord Cord Covers

    CritterCord Cord Covers

    CRITTERCORD brand cord covers are the first and only citrus-infused cord protection products, used to protect both household cords and pets alike. What makes CritterCords unique is that they are Medical grade clear PVC tubes (Not all PVC’s are rated for medical use and contain many harmful chemicals) which are pre-slit and have a Citrus Scent Deterrent. It stops rabbits,...