My friend got her cat spayed at a new veterinarian a while ago. She recently took in a intact stray male cat. She didn't think she had to rush and get him neutered, cause her female was spayed. Well, a few months later and her cat gave birth to 5 kit… more ›
Why do some shelters limit donation times? I have been trying to get donations to a shelter near me, but they are only accepting them from 10a-2pm 5 days a week. That may seem like a lot of donation time, but I live 15 miles away and work so the hour… more ›
There has been so much information on here, if you could pick one thing that really stood out for you, what would that be? What piece of information did you get from Zootoo that you will either act upon, never knew or gave you the wow factor?
I have a friend, who is has become the emergency fosterhome to a dog, who was not treated well. I live in Southwestern Indiana, and she lives in the Chicago area. We neither are physically able to do the trip, and have finacial difficulties trying t… more ›
So what was your 1st step that brought you to the community of animal welfare. Was it, like me, adopting your 1st companion (although reluctantly at the urging of my wife) and finding the 2nd greatest love of my life, Rags. Was it when you made your … more ›
I was noticing that there are places that have spay and neuter clinics, but live in the ozarks/missouri and there are not any spay/neuter events within 300 miles. I have not ever heard of any but think this would be a wonderful idea to give people t… more ›
we are on a fixed income and need someone to pay for our female puppies to get spayed. we will be able to pay for the shots and licenses.we have been quoted about $75 to $150 per females. HELP US. we live in nebraska and usually they have a coupon f… more ›
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Answer by Momba
A: Ches, I just sent you a message to let you know that all your stuff is on here. I was able to see all your photos, blogs, questions, etc. … more ›
Answer by Momba
A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›