We purr and pray for peace.
Our thoughts truly are with all those who were affected by the 9/11 attacks.
Our Doodle of the Day:
Our Tip of the Day:We previously mentioned how we will try to lump our tips into themes. That being said, the next few tips will be based on a heavy topic, that being the potential of cancer in our furbabies. More particularly, we will be giving tips on ways to hopefully help prevent various forms of cancer.
Spaying and neutering your furbabies is not only important because of population control, but also because, like humans, they can develop cancers of the reproductive tract, such as uterine or prostate cancer. What’s more, the timing of spaying or neutering is crucial. It is important to try to ensure that your kitty or pup is of course old enough for neutering, but also not too old. This is because, for example, there is an increased risk of mammary cancer in spayed female cats and dogs who are allowed to go through one or more cycles prior to being spayed. So, of course be sure to spay and neuter your kitties and pups, and to do so before they can be affected by an increased risk of cancer.