RecoveryPets.Com Helps Recover Lost Pets

Written by Thaddeus Collins

Making our lives better includes protecting our families, and also included in this category isrepparttar family pet. This once wild animal has become an integral part ofrepparttar 136234 modern family, and there are many laws devoted to stopping abuses to pets. What is lacking inrepparttar 136235 modern family is proving a means to recoverrepparttar 136236 family pet, if they should ever become lost. Ensuring that a lost pet will be returned to its owners should be a number one priority, becauserepparttar 136237 loss of a family pet can be a very devastating time.

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Ginger Gets a New Home

Written by Gary Nugent

Ginger (a.k.a. "Redpuss") is a half-ginger, half white, 12-year-old tom who suffered some bad health problems last year, including cat flu, 6 rotten teeth (with accompanying toothache) and associated chronic infection, a septic lip, ear mites, skin allergies and a heart murmur. His story is documented atrepparttar Help Save Ginger page (, if you'd like some background information. You may have already read my previous article about him and how a number of generous people donated funds to cover his vet bills.

While his health problems were sorted out, finding a new home for him has proved to be something of a problem. Neither friends nor family were in a position to take him in for two reasons - he's a cat-flu carrier (and my vet was insistent that Ginger should not go to a house that already has a cat) and his age (people are too worried that an ageing cat just means big medical bills downrepparttar 136202 road). Notices stuck up in supermarkets, libraries and vet clinics didn't get a single reply. Neither did putting appeals in classified ads papers.

I contacted a few catteries to see if they could offer any leads I could follow up on. While they couldn't suggest anyone to placerepparttar 136203 cat with, they suggested contacting an animal shelter who didn't euthanise unwanted animals. Unfortunately, when I contacted them, they told me they only now dealt exclusively with dogs (apparently there'd been unholy war betweenrepparttar 136204 cats and dogs when they catered for both). They advised me to contactrepparttar 136205 local Cat Protection Association through their webpage.

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