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Missing Pet

Your pet has gone missing!! Here’s what you can do!!   Get posters done, saying MISSING and REWARD, with big clear picture; short description of the animal, collar, name tag and or municipality tag; when & where lost and your contact details. Put the posters everywhere: on trees ( these will be taken down, keep putting them up); under car windscreen wipers; in your local supermarket. Give them to maids and tell them to tell their friends. If you live in a huge community, give them to the security guards, gardeners and delivery men. Email them to all the vets and follow...

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What to do with a stray kitten

Well  my friend you are on your own in very deep waters if you decide to pick her/him up. No one is gonna help you with anything else more than just advice.  So if you are not ready to do everything, don’t do anything! if you are not ready to walk the extra mile, if you are not ready for the whole 9 yards, then think twice before you pick up that kitten!!!! Well,  if you still wanna do it? Here you go, as promised, I am gonna give you JUST advice. 1. Look for the Mother Cat Take a step back and check if the mother cat is around. Chances are she is hiding or she is looking for food...

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Cat Cafe

WSPA Cat café concept The World Society for Protection of Animals (WSPA) is an international organization in more than 100 countries with a network of more than 400 member societies. WSPA has representatives at United Nations, Council of Europe and works in co-operation with the World Health Organization and the Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations. Pet Respect is a department of WSPA and is working with resorts worldwide to provide designated feeding areas for stray cats – Cat Cafés. The cat café concept was originally developed by WSPA to humanely address...

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TNR

Trap-Neuter-Return, commonly referred to as "TNR" is the only method proven to be humane and effective at controlling feral cat population growth. Using this technique, all the feral cats in a colony are trapped, sterilized by the neutering of males and spaying of females. Each cat is marked by "ear tipping", cropping 1/4 inch (6 mm) off of the tip of the left ear, so that it can be easily recognized as having been sterilized and as a member of a managed colony, so that the animal is not subjected to unnecessary surgery, confinement or euthanasia.After the cat is sterilized it is placed back...

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The National

When Kremena Ivanova moved to a new home four years ago, little did she know that by opening its door she would be crossing the threshold to her new role in life - that of foster mother to the emirate's stray cats. It started simply enough. The Dubai villa where the Bulgarian personal trainer was setting up her new home came with several resident cats left by the previous owner that she was required to adopt. Then the family grew when one of the cats gave birth to three kittens in her garden. Ms Ivanova took the animals to the vet and re-homed them. And that's when things got complicated. Since...

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Woof Pet Services

Started in September 2009, WOOF! Pet Services introduced itself as a professional grooming facility for both cats and dogs and has today grown into a daily daycare and boarding service which specializes in small to medium-sized pooches. Offering qualified groomers and a devoted daycare and kennel team, WOOF! prides itself on attention to detail towards both its two and four-legged clients. http://www.woofdogroomers.com/index.html

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