I am hearing from my clients that visit my store and those who are feline lovers who I have cross paths with.
Are in desperate need of help for their cats.
Looking to resolve colitis, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or disease (IBD) symptoms, such as:
diarrhea or loose stools.
frequent hairballs or vomiting for no reason.
digestive reactions to certain foods (food allergies, lost of hair etc)
If you can relate, I have good news for you.
Yes allot of good news to share.
I will share helpful ways that I have learned from research
and other similar cases that I have talk to with cat people and vets.
Will start by my best to answer: What natural food options are around that will help my cat with these symptoms?
Just to let you know most improtantly I am not a vet. Get your vet involved in your cat's condition.
Sometimes these symptoms of intestinal or gastrointestinal cancer and you will want to catch it early.
Monday, October 7, 2013
Sunday, October 6, 2013
Having an adult party? Never give alcoholic beverages to any pet. Keep a watchful eye on your party guests; some may think it is funny to get an animal drunk, but it can kill your pet.
Do not and meow do not worry about hurting any ones feelings by telling them to leave the party if their actions are threatening to your pets. it is better than facing the consequences of a seriously ill pet.
Despite the necessary caution, Halloween can be a fun time for people and pets alike. Pets are more easily frightened than the rest of us at this spooky time of year since they have no clue what is going on. Be sympathetic and treat them like you want to be treated if you were them!!!
#Halloween #black cats #tick or treat