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Cats can have Postpartum Too!


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
It was not a pretty site waking up one day finding 6 new-born but dead kittens in the backyard. I’m always a cat lover and actually have 5 cats in our house already. However, I am also administrating for my sister’s apartment and staying there from time to time. It will not be ideal to keep some pets because aside from not living there regularly, it’s actually going to be converted into a boarding house.

This stray cat that I did not have any idea at all that she’s pregnant always visits in the morning to ask for food. I have to be tough to say no because I do not want her to end up living there and be miserable when I’m away. Based on experience also, when I start feeding one, it will take only few months and I will be feeding 2 to 10 cats! They are difficult to give out also because there are few or no willing takers. It’s not like Donating a Car in Maryland! That thought alone drove me to really be very strict in not giving anything to her. It’s not like the cat looks like she needs mesothelioma diagnosis so, I’m sure she can cope.

As I examined the dead bodies of the kittens one by one, I noticed blood on their necks and sure enough – their mother bit them too hard until they died. I know for sure that when a mother cat feels threatened with too many humans, too much interruptions and presence of other animals they could kill and eat their new-born! It’s obviously triggered by the Postpartum disease of the mother cat.

Postpartum is really real in cats. That’s why they need proper care when pregnant – whether they look like they need mesothelioma diagnosis or not. This is not possible of course when they have no owners. There are already too many stray cats all around us and although cats can live better than other animals in the toughest conditions, they also have their limitations and can be hazards to the community – the same as stray dogs. Will cat impounding works?

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Puppy in Lieu of an Engagement Ring?


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Puppy!
Puppy! (Photo credit: pretendtious)

Dog lovers will be thrilled to get engaged with another dog lover – using of course a puppy that symbolizes their love bind! Others would say that this is a stupid idea because a puppy is not a gift. It has to be nurtured – but so as love and relationships, right? Before getting into arguments, find out the 13 reasons why an engagement puppy is better than an engagement ring:

13 Reasons an Engagement Puppy Is Better Than an Engagement Ring

By:  Rachel W. Miller

We recently shared the top trends we’re hoping to see this engagement season; one of those was unique engagement gifts that aren’t necessarily rings. Like, say, an engagement puppy. Then I received the best picture and story from a friend of mine. http://lover.ly/read/wedding-planning/engagement-puppy-unique-engagement-proposal-ideas?utm_source=shine12-13-13puppies&utm_medium=guest&utm_campaign=shine12-13-13puppies


Taking care of a puppy together is actually a good test if the marriage will survive. You can never fake it with a pet. It can smell your intentions and affection. Getting an engagement pet if you’re not sure if your partner can tolerate your love for the animal is actually a good idea. Just make sure that if the pet will be tossed out together with you – that you will take the responsibility in taking care of it alone!

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Bury your Dead Dog Right


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By: Elena Grace Flores

Dog Looking at and Listening to a Phonograph, ...

Dogs are lovable creatures when nurtured well – but what happens when they die? Shall you just wrap them inside garbage bags and throw them like garbage? Worst, secretly dispose them in the backyard or your neighbor’s abandoned land? Even after life, they are still your pets and you should bury them right. Read this:

What Should I Do If My Dog Dies at Home?

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Question: What Should I Do If My Dog Dies at Home?

Answer: Losing your beloved dog is difficult in any situation. However, if your pet dies at the veterinarian’s office, they can help handle the remains for you. If your dog dies suddenly at home, you will need to take certain steps and make a few decisions right away.http://dogs.about.com/od/petloss/f/What-Should-I-Do-If-My-Dog-Dies-At-Home.htm



It was devastating already knowing that my neighbor’s young dog disappeared when I entered the compound gate one afternoon – after buying some dog food. Little did I know that it died because of vehicular accident. I asked where it was buried but my neighbor said – it’s far away. Then this morning, another neighbor complained that bad smell was coming out from the abandoned land next to them. To my dismay, it was the lost dog in my compound that I was looking for earlier.

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