Sunday, January 17, 2016

                                         Winter Is Coming..

                                     The Things Your Pets Need

                                       Beware of Windchill

 Exposed skin on noses, ears and paws can quickly freeze and result in frostbite  or  hypothermia.

                                        Check Under  The Hood Of The Car 

  Animals seek out engine heat.  Pound on hood before starting car. 

                                          Protect Paws

 Salt and chemicals use to make snow melt can irritate paw pads and damage mouths.  wipe paws with a damp cloth after walking.

                                                Feral Cats 

 Make an insulation shelter with towels and old rugs to keep them warm.
Lots of water and food.  Take a picture with date and time to see if they are returning the same time every day.  Call your local shelter or City Hall to see who can pick them up.

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