Kitty Cat

June 24, 2010 by  
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How I can get the pieces of my kitten macaws beak?

There was a fight the night before, took all morning to collect the kitten-placed on the ground.

Do not believe me. Sorry I can not. But ... if it really happens ... I do not want the bird ... Silivia cat is very toxic to birds and can kill quickly. And there is no way on earth a bird killed a cat without getting a scratch, if it is true that you need to take your bird to the vet.

Then you find a stray Kitty Cat - Now What?

Due to abuse, neglect and abandonment, there are lots of dogs and unhappy cats just left outside to meet their needs. If you find one, what to do? Here are some thoughts on helping cats. All my life, my pet dogs were found wandering in the street. I can not bear more pets now, as I reached my limit of three, but has studied the question, if I came across a street and need help.

Do not go to shelters because they are very difficult and the animal can be killed quickly if not claimed. I know first hand when I saw a cat, thinking that helped, but when you call a few days, said he had been a dream, because they do not claim. They said it was normal procedure. It broke my heart. It was fifteen years ago, and I still have this situation.
There are "no-kill" agencies, but even with this station as necessary.

Try using the site, Petfinder.com to find a foster home for cats. It is a important site of many organizations, the rescue of many working hard to find homes for unwanted animals. I have a cat like that, and experience was enjoyable. Those people are concerned about the welfare of animals and have no room, then ask for references. A site may also be Catster.com is used, which is a site for cat lovers in general. "They show the pets of people in their own web pages, but also give you the opportunity to make a page for pets, free, find a home. It gives you great publicity for the company, simply register (Free) and check the box that says "He needs a home."

Call your local ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention cruelty to animals). Each city has one, and they can offer ideas. Ask what to do, and given expert advice. They are there to help you and there is no cost. The can help you get veterinary help if the cat is ill. It is an organization nonprofit that has a range of services available to ask.

Keep out of company if you can not have it at home for any reason or put it in your garage to keep it safe and warm during the cold months. Put food and water. The dry food and a little tin is good. Put a cardboard box in a dry place where you can sit in, the cats love boxes as much as life itself, and easily sleep them. Mint is always a good touch, too. Have a flea collar, especially if you live in a warmer climate, where fleas everywhere. Read all instructions for on how to use it, and follow them to avoid misuse.

Place flyers on bulletin boards in your grocery store or online on Craigslist.com (large, national food newsletter for free, just click on your city.) Include a photo and a description and a contact number. Tell friends colleagues on the need for the kitten a home, perhaps between the two is a good house there. Keep trying. You make an ideal for a creature that can not do himself.

Consider keeping the cat for yourself. I was diagnosed with allergies to cats, but I did not have my whole life. My body has developed immunity to allergens in cat dander. I have no more itching, sneezing or explode. So if you are allergic, do what I did and vacuum cleaner, broom with a cat wet brush (to remove the skins), and not to bury the nose on your skin if you want a sneeze-fest later. If allowed to grow as their immunity to give the kitten a home afraid of urgency. Be proud to be there for him. Do not give up, love and happiness all receive in the last sentence. And if you find a home for the kitten, he is thanked for his efforts in its own way. Thank you for making a difference, and the elimination of a society more homeless in the street.

About the Author

Carolyn McFann is a scientific and nature illustrator, who owns Two Purring Cats Design Studio, which can be seen at: http://www.cafepress.com/twopurringcats . Educated at the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York, Carolyn is a seasoned, well-traveled artist, writer and photographer.

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