Where I live, I get a lot of people that drop cats off when they are pregnant or no longer wanted. Each spring, I can count on having at least two litters of kittens to care for until they are grown enough to be placed in furever homes. These little creatures are very prone to upper respiratory infections and a few other issues that must be treated if they are going to survive. I started looking for ways to help these animals without having to spend a fortune at the vet each year. This blog will show you some things you can do to help these abandoned cats and kittens.
6 Emergencies That Call For An Emergency Vet Visit 3 August 2015
When it comes to your animal's health, you probabl …