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Check New Haven of Hope for Desperate Cats

Who determines the value of a life in a Desperate Situation? Unfortunately, when it comes to cats and dogs, many are at the mercy of the overcrowded, underfunded and exhausted shelter system. The shelters are doing their best; I believe that this is absolutely true. Unfortunately, there are not many options for high-demand animals – […]

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Some Ideas of Pet Safety Tips for Kids

Hello, Friends! If this is your first time landing here, we probably haven’t met yet. And knowing who I am is important in the context of this post. (BTW, I’d also love to get to know you if you’d like to introduce yourself and your family in the comments!) I’m Maggie, mother of Violet, 5; […]

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Some New Tips to Care for Your Senior Cat

Newt, my sweet black cat with sparkling green eyes, will be 11 years old this year. As time passes… According to the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP), cats reach adulthood at 7 years old, become seniors at 11 years old and become geriatric from 15 years old. As Newt prepares to transition from midlife […]

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Check Out Some New About Hiking with Senior Dogs

One of the fundamental values of our family is to go out. Long walks in a quiet forest. Playing on a field. Stomping in a stream. Explore and train. Breathe in fresh air. And our dogs have always been an integral part of this outdoor experience. Now, just before Cooper’s thirteenth birthday, we are making […]