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Are there any vet services for fixed income pet owners?

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Veterinary services for fixed income pet owners are dependent on the location and community. Call animal rescues or shelters in your area to find discounted services. My wife and I run an animal rescue/sanctuary, and we have found that online forums and social media for rescue groups are great places to find low-cost veterinary care and other resources. Search for "National Resources for Pet Owners in Need" to find them....Read More

How much is it to spay a cat?

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Anonymous

Depending on the vet you go to, it could cost anywhere between $300 and $500 at a private veterinary practice. You can also call your local ASPCA or Humane Society to see if there are low-cost spay/neuter programs in your area....Read More
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How fast are cats?

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Anonymous

I've heard that domestic cats can reach speeds of up to 30 miles an hour. I'm not surprised, as my cat is gone in a flash if he's scared. Wild cats, such as cheetahs run over 60 miles an hour....Read More
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How do I provide exercise for my indoor cat?

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Anonymous

Our cat loves when we take out the laser pointer and move the red dot up and down the hallway as he chases after it. He also likes feather wand toys, and – of course – chasing after catnip toys on occasion....Read More
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Why does my cat bite when he’s trying to be affectionate?

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A lot of the time, that means your cat has had enough. Each cat has its own threshold for petting stimulation. I learned to understand my kitty's body language, so she doesn't bite now. Tail wagging is a warning....Read More
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