There are so many different types of litter that can be used. Sand type litter to pellets & newspaper types., lightly scented to non-scented. Just curious of the type used and why.... And does your cat seem to have a prefere…
I volunteer with a small shelter that charges $150 adoption fee for a single kitten. It costs the shelter approximately $165 in medical costs just to get the kitten ready for adoption. The adoption fee covers the spay or neuter surgery, vaccines, tes… more ›
I just came across a listing where a pet owner wants to rehome his/her bunny because it refuses to get out of its cage and walk on a wooden floor. I was just curious as to other stupid reasons you've heard from people giving up their pets. Care to sh… more ›
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A friend and I were talking the other day and we discussed this very topic and she promised she would reply and since I've been away I'm posting it now. There are times when I get so doggone mad at the boys when they 'escape' out of th… more ›
I'm just sick. We'd been so excited because our shelter made the top 10 for the makeover this year. Then, a friend sent me an article written by the Associated Press describing how the Missouri shelter that won last year hasn't seen a penny of the 1 … more ›
I need to take Potter to get groomed, but I wonder about price. I need to find the best price out there since I'm a college student and don't have a lot of money. I wish Zootoo had a thing that had prices for those kind of services listed.
I have one pet who has been voted on 60, one 13 times and one that has not been up on pet wars yet and he has been up longer than the one who has 60 votes. I was playing pet wars the other day and in that short time saw one dog twice? Anyone know w… more ›
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A: Lipomas (fatty tumors) are typically benign. Lots of vets don't see the need to remove them unless they get really big or are in an area tha… more ›
Answer by Anonymous
A: Usually the fungus is just referred to as Canine Black Fungus or Canine Fungus as far as I know. It's usually a yeast inection caused by a y… more ›