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PS: Nanny is moving to a new apartment tomorrow and won't have internet hooked up for a few days so I'm taking a little vacay. See you real soon! Love, Nanny McFur
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"We are just trying to educate the public about the horrors of factory farming," said Jeff Kerr, PETA general counsel. "People have a right to know what goes on in these places. But the fair doesn't want us to interfere with their pro-agriculture festivities." quote from Chicago Tribune
- Experts say, pet owners need to have a plan ahead of time.
- Never leave pets outside during storms. If it is unsafe for you, it is unsafe for your pet. Leashed animals can drown, be choked, or suffer serious injury.
- Having a plan for a destination is important in case of emergency, as not all hotels accept pets.
- Also, be certain to take photos of you with your pet, and at least three days of supplies for your pet, including water, food, medications, bowls, litter, etc.
- Also, don't forget leashes, collars, identification, harnesses, and carriers, as well as comfort items to soothe frightened animals.
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Mats can cause skin infections, skin lesions and other pyodermas. The hair clumped together cuts off the oxygen to the skin creating a hot bed for bacteria. The dead hair traps dirt and debris. If the matted hair gets wet, this can be an open invitation for a maggot invasion. Lice and fleas can also take up residence at the Mat Motel making the host kitty quite miserable. If the mats are too large, too many or obstructing the rectum, kitty needs a vet now. Feline Express
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