Adopt gray cat Bently, sweet dog Dozer

This past Wednesday marked a very special national holiday. It was, of course, National If Pets Had Thumbs Day! What else? There is really no excuse for missing this special occasion – after all, you do have thumbs for adding these dates to the calendar. But if you did forget, it’s not too late to celebrate. Both Bently and Dozer have a wishlist of cool things they’d like to do, if only they had thumbs – or a loving family to help them out. 

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Cat health month | Articles

“Meows! Meows! I am stealing the laptop away from Noah this week to write about Cat Health Month. Paws, the pawpose is to remind humans of how pawsitively pawnderful we cats really are and about your responsibilities for a healthy cat! 

I think all humans should celebrate their love for their cat by purchasing them an exceptional toy, a few bags of the bestest cat treats, catnip, a new cat bed plush with the latest most lavish pawssible cat pillows and bedding sheets! Pawlace fresh water and food within easy reach! Meows, we shall lay in our beds for

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Helping a cat and dog live under one roof – with no fighting

If you’re asking yourself if you should get a dog or whether a cat would be a better choice: who says you can’t have both?

Does there have to be a bad relationship between a dog and cat sharing one household? Not necessarily, your vet will likely tell you. If you pay attention to the temperaments of both, you can even be rewarded with a harmonious pair of pets.

Hildegard Jung from Germany’s Veterinary Medical Society says first of all, both animals have to be temperamentally compatible.

A lively dog that hunts around and barks a lot will tend to

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Blind dog and seeing-eye cat making home in Manitoba

Instead of “fighting like cats and dogs,” a dependent animal duo who previously were living inside of an igloo has found a warm home.

Max and Spike are settling into their new home after the country closely followed their month of displacement.

“I knew the moment I laid eyes on their photo, in my gut and in my heart that we were meant to be together,” the pair’s new owner says. 

Spike is a blind dog, and Max has been dubbed as his seeing-eye cat. The unusual pair’s original owners gave them up after being unable to care for them.

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Adopt A Pet From Glastonbury Area Shelters: See New Dogs, Cats

Want to add a new member to your family and give back to the Glastonbury community at the same time? Then you should consider adopting a dog, cat or other animal from a local shelter. During the COVID-19 pandemic, facilities in Glastonbury and environs have dogs, cats and other pets ready and waiting for someone to take them home.

Across Connecticut, there are thousands of dogs, cats and other animals of all ages and sizes without a home — and many of them are located in your area. For those looking to adopt, a great place to begin your search

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