The idea of dressing up your pet may seem silly, eccentric, or just something novel to do for a couple of moments during the holiday season. But putting clothes on your dog or cat, and acclimating them to it, may be useful for a number of reasons. Take, for instance, the situation Paula G. found herself in when her silver shaded Persian cat, Truffle, was recovering from bladder stone surgery. When the vet tech brought Truffle out from the back room, the cat was decked out in a onesie.
Traditionally people have seen cats as “plug and play” pets who don’t need the same socialization, training, enrichment, and exercise as dogs. That’s not true, and the need to get them used to being part of a human family begins in kittenhood.
Without knowing it, pet owners who smoke are affecting their pets' health in a number of different ways.
Patricia Wright’s husband Bob is a retired veterinarian, so animals have always brought him a great deal of comfort. After he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2009, life became a struggle and it was often hard to find things that made him happy. Things that used to bring him joy simply didn’t anymore — except for his cat Mooshu.
When Dwight first arrived at a local animal shelter in Kennebunk, Maine, it didn’t take long for his new mom to find him and fall instantly in love. She’d been thinking about adopting a cat for a few years, and as soon as she saw Dwight, she knew he was the one she’d been waiting for.
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