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How to choose a cat sitter

| November 28, 2016

Entrusting your cats to a sitter while you leave town can be very stressful — and may not always go perfectly — but you can take steps the help make the best choice possible. Types of sitters Your first decision is whether you want to hire someone to visit your home daily (pet sitter) or […]

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Animal Welfare Organisations

| November 25, 2016

GAUTENG Animal Allies 076 511 5451 www.animalallies.co.za Animal Ambulance 083 241 4452 www.animalambulance.co.za A.A.C.L. (Animal Anti-Cruelty League) 011 435 0672 www.aacl.co.za Animals in Distress 083 643 9480 www.animalsindistress.org.za Ark Animal Centre 082 334 7596 www.arkanimalcentre.co.za A.R.R.F. (Animal Rescue and Rehome Foundation) 0827841872 animalrescue@mweb.co.za Benoni Animal Rescue Centre 0827825372 or 082 900 3956 2014barc@gmail.com Cat-a-holics 011 […]

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Maine Coon Kittens – Infinity Cattery

| November 25, 2016

Two Wonderful, Loving, Playful Maine Coon Kittens for Sale Ready to go to their new homes from 3 December 2016 Character: Affectionate and love to play. Used to older cats. Brought up in the home. Registered with SACC. Inoculations are up to date. Will require neutering. Looking for the right family to love and spoil […]

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Magnificent Maine Coon Kittens – Emalini Cattery

| November 23, 2016

Magnificent Maine Coon Kittens for Sale Looking for the right family to appreciate and love these beautiful babies. Price: R5000-00 Registered with the SACC and have had their first visit to the vet. Will require neutering. Emalini Pepita – Brown Tortie Female Ready to go to her new home Emalini Dior – Silver Smoke Female […]

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Feline Infectious Peritonitis

| November 8, 2016

  Dr Remo Lobetti BVSc (Hons) MMedVet (Med) Dipl. ECVIM (Internal Medicine) Veterinary Specialist Physician     Introduction   Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is a severe progressive debilitating disease caused initially by a viral infection (feline enteric corona-virus (FECV)) and then by the body’s own immune system. Although FIP was first reported in 1963, there […]

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Surabie Cats

| November 3, 2016

  Tonkinese kittens available on 12 December at 10 weeks. If December is a problem I will keep them for the holiday. Will be delivered in Cape Town on specific places. Kittens will be registered with CASA/WCF with your name for kitten. Kittens will have First Inoculation and 3 dewormings. My web page surabiescats.weebly.com To […]

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L’Unique Persians & Exotics

| October 31, 2016

  Beautiful Persian & Exotic kittens.  Available to forever pet homes at 16 weeks.  Raised indoors as part of our home. Used to dogs (Pekingese), but not children. Well socialised and used to an indoor environment / sounds. A Persian & Exotic is a complete indoor pet. Do research before inquiring. A cat is a […]

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Guidelines for Responsible Pet Ownership

| August 19, 2016

Owning a pet is a privilege and should result in a mutually beneficial relationship. However, the benefits of pet ownership come with obligations. Responsible pet ownership includes: Committing to the relationship for the life of the pet(s). Avoiding impulsive decisions about obtaining pet(s), and carefully selecting pet(s) suited to your home and lifestyle. Recognizing that […]

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Renal Disease In The Cat

| August 3, 2016

Dr Remo Lobetti BVSc (Hons) MMedVet (Med) PhD Dipl. ECVIM (Internal Medicine) Veterinary Specialist Physician   THE NORMAL KIDNEY   The kidney is a multifunctional organ that controls conservation of fluid, removal of bodily wastes, and regulates calcium metabolism, red blood cell production, and electrolyte concentrations.   Normal anatomy of the kidney     Conservation […]

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Catch a killer – kidney disease in pets

| August 1, 2016

Kidney disease is a serious health problem for cats as well as people. Unfortunately by the time owners notice symptoms, up to three-quarters of kidney function can already be irreversibly lost. Now a revolutionary new test is enabling detection of kidney disease months, even years, earlier than was previously possible. A revolutionary new test is […]

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