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Furry Friday: Spay & Neuter

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It has been quite a week–and I’ve gotten snowed under with a number of challenging issues both professional and personal. So today’s post is a bit late because (confession time!) I took the day off and went for a LONG walk with the Magical-Dawg and then took a nap with Seren-Kitty.

June is Adopt-A-Cat Month and all the kittens “littering” shelters need your love and care. But don’t neglect the adults and older felines–or the dogs, either. Today’s “Ask Amy” offer some basics you already know about spaying and neutering pets and here’s more details for fixing puppies.

Are you in the market for a new furry friend? Will you adopt this month? How did you find your special cat friend? How do you feel about adopting “older” pets?

I love hearing from you, so please share comments and questions. Do you have an ASK AMY question you’d like answered? Do you have a new kitten and need answers? Stay up to date on all the latest just subscribe the blog, “like” me on Facebook, listen to the weekly radio show, check out weekly FREE PUPPY CARE newsletter, and sign up for Pet Peeves newsletter with excerpts from the forthcoming THRILLER, LOST & FOUND, and pet book give-aways!

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About amyshojai

Amy Shojai, CABC is a certified animal behavior consultant, award winning author, and spokesperson to the pet industry.

4 responses »

  1. Hey Amy, we all have weeks like that! No explanation needed. I’ve taken a week off the blog as well to get caught up with life again after finishing my WIP. Take all the time you need and we’ll be right here to welcome you back. Goodness knows, you leave us with enough information every week to keep us busy!

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  2. Wayne Borean aka The Mad Hatter

    Ginger was six years old when we adopted her, and only a week away from being euthanized (she’d been in the shelter for nearly three months).

    That was twelve years ago. She spends a lot more time sleeping now. We gave her a big pillow, and she practically lives on it. I don’t know how much longer we’ll have her, but she’s a special lady.

    Wayne

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