Happy Holidays

Wishing you & your family a joyous holiday season with peace & cheer in the New Year!

Holiday Happiness for Cats (Part II)

Welcome back and thanks for reading! This is the second part of our Holiday Happiness for Cats piece. We hope all of our friends, both human and animal, have a safe and happy holiday season! Foods One of the best parts of the holiday season is all of the amazing food! Many common holiday foods are pretty enticing to cats. A little bite of turkey or ham here and there is ok, but the grease and sodium can lead to GI distress, including vomiting, diarrhea and even dehydration. Strings from a holiday ham make for an incredibly tasty and dangerous toy. If ingested, these strings and any other string like materials can cause intestinal damage that could potentially result in the need for surg

Holiday Happiness for Cats (Part I)

The holidays are often referred to as the most wonderful time of the year. While most people will agree, the holidays can actually be quite stressful and even dangerous for our feline friends. With so many exciting new toys, like Christmas trees, lights and candles, cats can easily find themselves in precarious situations. As their human parents, it is our duty to make sure we keep them as safe as possible. This is a two-part look at how a little bit of cat proofing can help to provide a safe and happy holiday season for all. Christmas Trees Christmas trees are beautiful and we all know how irresistible they are to cats! There are videos of cats terrorizing trees are all over the intern

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