Sharing some JA Emergency Vet contacts (list is not exhaustive, if you need more check Find A Vet on the JVMA website) Noah’s Ark Vet Clinic - 8764075183 Animalcare Vet Clinic - 8768978188 North Coast Vet Clinic - 8768137013 Vets on the Go - 8764064727 Value Vets - 8768741795
6) Cats prefer to drink running water, and sometimes they don’t drink enough water at all. You can find a cat water fountain on Amazon
5) Cat food only. Do not make them fat on purpose. It’s cruel. If you have to test blood sugar twice a day to diabetic cat that was once obese, you will understand. Feed them according to the weight on the bag and keep them active!
3) They do not like lots of cats around. It stresses them out & they get sick. Even things like cat cafes and households with lots of cats are terrible for their health. They hate it.
2) Cats are EASILY STRESSED. Once you know this, you know everything. Stress for cats means anything fr ‘I have to share a litter box’ or ‘there’s a cat outside that wants to beat my ass’. Stress predisposes them to illness. Reduce stressors = healthier cat (back to spay/neuter)
Cat owners. Here is a thread for you 1) Spay & neuter cats, not even a question. Common viruses are spread by fighting - eg FIV, FeLV etc, and it prevents fighting, roaming, hit by cars/killed by dogs, as well as common urinary issues that plague intact cats especially males
One of the best parts of this job that will never get old. The transformation after just 2 days of good food, shelter, medical care & TLC https://twitter.com/RissaRoyal/status/1401884592760573955 …pic.twitter.com/aQoLg9MHSc
No bones! Doesn’t matter how big the dog is, how many times they’ve had them, what your family fed dogs growing up, if they are mongrels, or if they’re a cat. No bones!pic.twitter.com/vfO4ZpG3fQ
Thank you for doing a good thing! They are eating up and wagging tails https://twitter.com/RissaRoyal/status/1401884592760573955 …
European veterinary dentistry specialist Gerhard Putter removes the nerve from the canine tooth of a Bengal tiger at
Seven-year-old Skah underwent a two-and-a-half-hour root canal treatment after fracturing his tooth.
Full story: https://www.vettimes.co.uk/?p=232009 pic.twitter.com/UQKYEMnhD3