Two people suspected of pouring an ammonia-like substance on three free-roaming cats were arrested in West Philadelphia on Tuesday, according to the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Dehydration is a lack of water and an imbalance of electrolytes (minerals) in the body and, just as in people, it can cause very serious complications in our pets quickly.
Like people, cats can also develop abnormal cells with unrestrained and uncontrolled cell division that grow and replicate in the form of cancer or cancerous tumors.
Click it or ticket. It’s not just for people anymore…at least in the Garden State.
If you live with a feline, you’re fully aware that furballs are a very normal part of your cat’s life and overall routine but more than once or twice a month can be indicative of a more serious problem.
Experts say it’s going to potentially be one the most severe flea and tick summers in some time due to the mild winter.
Since our dogs and cats can’t voice their feelings, it’s up to us as responsible caregivers to watch out for signs and symptoms of serious illness.
Fourteen people in at least nine states have been sickened by salmonella after handling tainted dog food from a South Carolina plant that a few years ago produced food contaminated by toxic mold that killed dozens of dogs, federal officials said Friday.
PAWS, the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, is offering free spay/neuter services for companion animals of some low-income city residents.
Since domestication, cats have adapted to group living and have become a much more social species – which includes a social hierarchy, though not as rigid as it is with dogs.
As cats age, particularly from the ages of eight to ten and older, extra care is needed to keep them healthy and happy.
Does your cat have a mind of its own?
Spring brings blooms and blossoms, but also a bounty in one area that causes problems. It’s kitten season.
If we’re lucky, we may see some flowers on Valentine’s Day. But our pets are not so lucky to be exposed to them. Many plants and flowers can poison dogs and cats.
We have to keep in mind the dangers of cold-weather related problems for our pets. Both dogs and cats are susceptible to frostbite.