Recent Questions Tagged Brian-Setzer

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A stray cat, on the other hand, can be turned into a house pet. Because stray cats have lived in homes before, they usually know how to live with humans and enjoy the experience. If you find an adult feral cat, do not try to turn it into a pet....
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Stray cats can too, of course,” she says. “But feral cats have lived outdoors and likely haven’t had any health care. ”. Street cats may have serious illnesses that can spread—ringworm, feline leukemia, rabies and other infectious diseases can infect other pets and humans....
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Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM, oncology) at The Animal Medical Center in New York, urges extreme caution when attempting to turn a street cat into a pet. “Feral cats are likely to have some health issues....
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Stray cats can too, of course,” she says. “But feral cats have lived outdoors and likely haven’t had any health care. ” Street cats may have serious illnesses that can spread—ringworm, feline leukemia, rabies and other infectious diseases can infect other pets and humans....
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Identify potential food sources. If your cat is exclusively outdoors and you feed him outside, you could be attracting stray cats to your yard. Not only would the stray cat want to keep coming back for the food, he would likely fight your cat for access to the food, which could place your cat at risk of serious injury and illness....
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Bird feeders can be as popular for stray cats as they are for birds. A stray cat may see those bird feeders as a way to attack readily available prey. If you have multiple bird feeders, you may be attracting more than one stray cat to your yard, which could be very distressing to your cat....
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- Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS) Why are there a lot of stray cats and stray dogs? Every day we pass them by. They dodge cars, look for food in the garbage, battle malnutrition and sickness in silence....
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You can remove the sprinkler or spray after you notice that the stray cat is no longer coming to your yard. You should put the motion-activated devices back in your yard if he returns or if you see a different stray cat in your yard....
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Others find food for themselves. The average lifespan for a feral cat is estimated to be 10 years. Incidence of feline leukemia and FIV is no higher in feral cats than in owned cats. At Forgotten Cats , we see many outdoor cats....
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Dogs are not allowed to roam at large and are quickly picked up by animal control. Dogs are trusting animals by nature, and that makes them easier for animal control staff to catch and place them in a shelter, from which many are adopted....
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The reason is that cat people like higher numbers with 52% owning more than one cat, as compared to dog owners where only 40% own more than one dog. It is impossible to determine how many stray dogsand cats live in the United States however recent estimates for cats alone range up to 70 million....
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If a cat ‘‘asks’’ to enter your house or meows at the door, it is very likely that it is looking for a safe refuge. A stray cat can find it difficult to find food, warmth and optimal conditions for its development....
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How to Help Feral and Stray Cats Survive Winter - Tips & Tricks, Resources and Information...
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The kitten issue. A cat came become pregnant when she's only 16 weeks old and have several litters of kittens.......
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