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Is Your Cat In Heat?

Monday, August 1, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

catheat:jpgIt’s pretty easy to tell whether or not your cat’s in heat. The first sign is that they become overly affectionate. They’ll rub their rear, head and neck against you and lots of other objects. The tell tale sign is that your cat will produce a loud long howling sound. This is to let the male cats know that she is in heat and that she is ready to mate. The howling continues until she mates. Your cat will also bend her body in a mating position with her rear raised and her tail in the air. She will tread around in the same place in this position. She’ll lift her tail and spray urine on various objects like walls, doors and furniture.Pet odor remover comes in handy at this point.  The odor is much stronger that regular cat urine odor. This urine contains more estrogen and also lets other male cats know that she’s in heat. If your cat displays these signs, then she’s in heat but don’t prepare that special place or cat bed for the new arrivals just yet. A cat is pregnant for about 65 days. Remember to prepare and have a cozy place and cat bed prepared for the big event!  Remember, your pets count!

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We Are Dedicated To Our Pets

Monday, August 1, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

peoplepetsI may not be like most people, I get very attached to my pets.  I also consider their well fare first and would do anything to make sure they are happy and healthy. I have two cats as most of you know. My younger cat Millie is in good health but my older cat Molly was diagnosed with kidney disease and hyperthyroidism. This is a very bad combination. Molly has been with me for seventeen years and we have a very strong bond. Every day I give her thyroid pet medication twice a day. She is also on a prescription diet for her kidney disease. The problem is that she doesn’t like the prescription cat food. I have to mix this food with another high quality brand to ensure that she eats it. Molly likes her cat food moist, so I have to feed her small amounts six times a day. I also put small drops of high quality of omega oil in her food.

This makes for a complicated process but in the past six months, Molly has actually improved. She has a good quality of life here in Delaware and I’m grateful that I can be here for Molly in her later years. I’m with her everyday and at this point will not travel overnight anywhere because of the special care that I have to provide for her.  This is fine for me. I’m glad that Molly is doing OK. I’m willing to sacrifice some travel for now so that I can provide the best care for her. I know lots of people may think I’m crazy but I don’t care. This is OK with me so that’s all that matters. Molly matters to me so I don’t mind the sacrifice.

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