We are blessed to have sponsored this Spay and Neuter event with The Cat Network,Inc. Thank you to all of our supporters that made this happen!! Sincerely Our FoundersRomy Jurado, Meranda Reifschneider and Diana Collazos
Estate planning is all about providing for those you love, and if you are like most pet owners – 90 percent of them to be exact – your pet is a cherished part of the family. Indeed, often times, pets…
Some people may decide to adopt a kitty spur of the moment, but they need to remember that adoption is for an entire lifetime. “With good care… most cats can live 15 to 20 years, so it is critical that you consider what is likely to be happening in your own life over the next 15 to 20 years—before you adopt a pet,” writes American Humane Association. Owners neglect or abandon too many animals because they decide they don’t want the ongoing responsibility. So how do you know if you’re ready?
Each year, approximately 1.4 million cats are euthanized because they can’t find a home. Spay and Neuter prevents overpopulation leading to this euthanasia. It also prevents health issues like uterine infections; breast or testicular cancer; and undesirable behaviors like yowling, frequent urination, and aggression.
By caring for your cat’s dental health now, you can keep him healthy well into the future. Without proper care, he could experience serious issues from damage to the tongue, teeth, palate, and gums. “Untreated periodontal infections often lead to more serious health problems because of chronic pain and infection, and subsequent stress on the immune system,” says AVMA President René Carlson, DVM.