Is RecoveryPets.Com All That Its Cracked Up To Be?Written by Thaddeus Collins
Many pet owners will say no to this question, but that is only until their pet is lost, and it is found five miles down road by a total stranger that has no idea how to contact pet owner. So next day on their way to work they decide to take pet to a shelter that is close to their job, now pet is up to twenty miles farther away. The same pet owners that said no to question above, now has a two hundred square mile area to try and locate one lost pet.
The pet owner is now putting up posters of lost pet in their neighborhood hoping finder of lost pet eventually sees poster. They have posters up, and now they have place an announcement in their community newspaper under “Lost and Found” in a desperate attempt to have their lost pet returned to them. Ask those same pet owners again “Are services of RecoveryPets.Com all that its cracked up to be?”
The 5 Things You Should Know Before Breeding CatsWritten by Marc de Jong
The cat population is astronomical. Most experts agree that average cat owners should spay their cat, not breed. Still there are people who want to have a litter from their pet. But there’s a lot to think about before planning a feline family.
Here are five things you should know:
1. It takes time. You’ll have to clean nest every day, for two months. You should keep an eye on kittens and watch their development – you won’t have time for a holiday.
2. It takes space. It’s not a good idea to breed if you have a 3-room apartment. Your family members should agree with your plan of having kittens. You can’t lock up these little balls of fur. They’ll go everywhere - in your partner’s study, in your baby’s bedroom, your kitchen, your bathroom.
3. It takes responsibility. Do you know beforehand that you will find a good home for your kittens? Some of your friends or relatives will say ‘Yes, lovely, I’ll take one of them’. But one or another may change his/her mind once moment is near. Are you willing to keep kitten that nobody wants?