One Unspayed Cat Becomes 36 Cats in Only 16 Months

graphic showing cat population explosion

This graphic demonstrated how important it is to spay and neuter pets. One cat has four kittens, then those kittens have kittens. One unspayed cat becomes 36 cats in only 16 months. This is why getting pets spayed and neutered is so important. Millions of unwanted cats and dogs are killed or suffering. Please do your part to control the population and reduce this population problem.

Leash Laws Mean ALL Dogs – Even Yours!!!

When you live in the city or in a developed suburb, you should certainly know that in today’s world every community has leash laws. This means that dogs outside of the home are supposed to be kept on a leash so they can be controlled at all times. Even if you have your dog in your front yard, unless it is on a leash, you cannot be sure that something or someone will excite the dog into running into the street or across other people’s yards, and worse, possibly attacking someone.

Leash laws mean that every dog should be on a leash when outdoors. Even yours. And I do hope my neighbors are reading this, because I am sick of other people’s dogs running down the street and getting into fights with my dogs. My dogs are on a leash and are not looking for a fight. We are just going for a walk. It would be nice if we could walk down our own street without being attacked. i don’t blame the other dogs – I blame their irresponsible owners for not having their dogs on a leash.

Teaching a Shelter Dog New Tricks

While sitting in the vet’s waiting room, a lady came in with her little black dog. She said it was a rescue dog that had been abused and was housed with some really large dogs. The poor little thing is terrified of big dogs like Rottweilers and Boxers.

The breed of her little dog looked vaguely familiar, but I was not sure, so I asked. I don’t know if that was a breech of vet waiting room etiquette or not, but I try to be polite and it was not like I was being a snob about any particular breed. She said the dog is a Papillon and that she had been training it to run agility courses.

There aren’t any dog parks anywhere in this area, so I wondered where she was going to have the use of an agility course. She said that she had one built in her own backyard. That is pretty cool – I wish i had the extra money to put in a doggie playground and agility course. We really need a dog park around here – maybe I can find a grant for getting one started.