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Sep 25, 2017
Penny

It’s Official: Cats Make Great Pets

The question of whether cats or dogs make the better pet is an eternal argument that will likely never be solved to anyone’s satisfaction. However, we come here today not to belittle dogs, but simply to praise cats. Millions of people around the world know that cats are great pets; if have not already discovered this yourself, the following information might help change your mind.

They are independent

Frankly, dogs are a lot of work. You have to walk them a few times a day and most of them cannot be left alone for long periods of time. Let’s say you get held up at work and are going to be a few hours late coming home. For dogs, this can be a catastrophe, but for a cat, well, they might not even notice. Need to go away for the weekend? You have to you to take your dog with you or make arrangements for someone to look after it. When it comes to cats, it is just a matter of leaving out some extra food and water.

Purrrrrring

Dogs can be one of the affectionate creatures around and have amusingly expressive faces. Cats are not quite their equal in either of those areas, but they have one amazing secret weapon that dogs lack: purring. A cat’s purr can be remarkably soothing and appealing, especially when the rest your day has royally sucked.

They are trainable

People like to joke that cats are essentially untrainable; they do what they want when they want and nobody is going to change that. However, it is possible to train a cat, you just have to be especially patient. You will never get a cat to retrieve a ball or bring you the newspaper in the morning, but you can actually train them to go for a walk and do other rudimentary things. So give it a try!

May 20, 2013
Sally

How to Care for Your Pet

It is important to learn how to take care of our pets when they are trouble, before running to the Vet doctor. This way we’ll be able provide first aid that could sustain them before the Vet starts his work.

First, just as you keep first aid kit for kids in your home, it is also important to have such for your pet in case it gets injured. There are basic things that should always be in your kit: gauze used for wrapping injury, hydrogen peroxide, needle-less syringe that can be used to administer medication and adhesive tape. Though this is not comprehensive, it gives you a head start in taking care of your pet.

When your pet is bleeding, apply pressure on the area until the bleeding stops. Even though you have first aid kit, ensure you call your Vet and also make sure you don’t use a tourniquet on the animal.

Veterinarian Petting Dog

In extreme cases where the pet stops breathing, then you may have to apply breathing directly into its nostrils; apply massage also on its heart alternatively with the breaths. This is important if observe heartbeat but no breathing.

Further, if the pet is vomiting or has diarrhea, you have to keep food away, but provide water so the pet doesn’t die from dehydration. You really don’t have to take care of this alone, take the animal to the Vet.

In the case of a poison, take note of the materials it swallowed, as well as the amount taken. This will give the Vet some clue as to what to do for your pet. Taking poisons does not call for vomiting, do not induce it.