Monday , 6 November 2017


5 thing to know about catnip

Here are five things every cat lover should know about this mysterious product that drives cats batty. 1. Catnip is an actual plant. A member of the mint family, Nepeta cataria L. (aka catnip) grows throughout the United States. The plant features small, lavender flowers and jagged, heart-shaped leaves that smell faintly of mint. 2. It’s easy to grow. Cat ... Read More »

80 percent of antibiotics are used on animals

I don’t know about you but in my life I have taken Antibiotics about 5 times. So to think these farm animals have take these daily just to survive deeply saddens me. people these are mammals like us with feeling and brains. I just someday will have the respect to give them a good life before we throw them helplessly ... Read More »

Jr. Texas Taffy Pet Treats Recalled

Merrick Pet Care, troche Inc. of Amarillo, seek Texas is recalling the Jr. Texas Taffy pet treat (ITEM # 27077, UPC # 02280827077, All Lots up to and including 10364) because they have the potential to be contaminated withSalmonella.  Merrick Pet Care has made the decision to recall all Jr. Texas Taffy pet treats in the abundance of caution. Salmonella ... Read More »

Cerebellar hypoplasia

Cerebellar hypoplasia is a disorder found in cats and dogs in which the cerebellum is not completely mature at birth. Symptoms Usually symptoms of cerebellar hypoplasia can be seen immediately at birth in cats, but sometimes can take two months or so to become apparent in dogs. Cerebellar hypoplasia causes jerky movements, tremors and generally uncoordinated motion. The animal often ... Read More »

Tigers could be extinct in 12 years if unprotected

Tigers could be extinct in 12 years if unprotected

Wild tigers could become extinct in 12 years if countries where they still roam fail to take quick action to protect their habitats and step up the fight against poaching, global wildlife experts told a “tiger summit” Sunday. The World Wildlife Fund and other experts say only about 3,200 tigers remain in the wild, a dramatic plunge from an estimated ... Read More »