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Some Facts About Rabbits

Saturday, March 12, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

rabbitEaster is just around the corner and those cute bunnies are popping up in pet stores everywhere. Many people, especially children prefer small animals as pets. Many bunnies end up in shelters because people just don’t know enough about them. Taking the proper care of a rabbit requires patience and care. Rabbits are not neat about where they poop. You’ll find their little pellets everywhere. The good news is that you can train them to go in a litter box. Rabbits also require a special diet. A mixture of rabbit food, fresh leafy vegetables, fresh water and hay should be available at all times.Plenty of hay is essential for their digestive system. Rabbits also groom themselves often.. The only problem is that they cannot vomit up their hairballs like cats do. Hair can get lodged in their digestive tract and cause lots of problems. Rabbits are small animals and should be kept in a cage. Cages can get dirty pretty fast, so they require cleaning on a regular basis. Pay close attention, if you see that your Rabbit is not pooping or eating, take him to the vet immediately. They can be ill and die very quickly if they don’t receive prompt medical attention. Do your homework before  adopting a rabbit.

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Two Very Different Felines!

Saturday, March 12, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

BENCATThe most common cat in america is the domestic short hair. This kind has no pedigree. Each cats behavior is personality driven. Your really never know how one will behave until you bring it home. Among the purebred cats, two of the most different are rag dolls and bengals. Rag Dolls are generally very friendly and affectionate but very placid. Dr Hart says that Bengals are the opposite of placid. They are energetic, active and always ready to play. He says that they were bred to look like a wild cat or a miniature leopard. They are loving and loyal but Bengals are not lap cats. So if you have a Bengal, get lots of cat toys are start playing and don’t forget the cat treats!

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