Dear Kitty Answers Your Questions About Cats
Karma Cat Zen Dog Rescue Society
by admin
4M ago
Written by Karma Cat Foster, Socializer, Crafting Guru, and Blog Writer, Jacqueline R. Dear Kitty; Our sweet cat just had kittens. They were ALL born with blue eyes! We were so happy, but thought it was a little unusual. Will their eyes stay blue as they get older?? – Signed Don’t Make Our Blue Eyes Blue Dear Don’t Make Our Blue Eyes Blue; Most cats that are born have blue eyes. I am sad to tell you though, that they eventually change when they’re around 3 weeks old. Their eyes will become their natural color that will remain into adulthood at around 12-14 weeks of age.&n ..read more
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Why do Cats…
Karma Cat Zen Dog Rescue Society
by admin
5M ago
Written by Karma Cat Foster, Socializer, Crafting Guru, and Blog Writer, Jacqueline R. Source information found in 10 Goofy Things Cats Do and Why by Advanced Care Veterinary Hospital. Why Do Cats Stare at You? In most cases, cats will stare at someone to get their attention so that they can get your food, or (as a second choice) your love.  The amazing thing is how intense that look can be.  Of course, besides asks for attention, we all know the evil eye they can give you if you dare to do something they do not approve of!  Thank goodness they’re cute and cuddly. Why Do Cats Ma ..read more
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How to have a pet friendly holiday
Karma Cat Zen Dog Rescue Society
by admin
8M ago
Written by Karma Cat Rescue Society volunteers Jacqueline R. and Aza J. It’s the most wonderful time of the year … Keep Your Tree Safe Real trees are considered mildly toxic to cats when chewed or ingested. Fake trees are not as dangerous in this way, but be aware that pieces can still break off and create a digestive blockage or choking hazard. Here are a few tips to keep your tree safer: Anchor Your Tree: Some cats love to climb and love a challenge even more! Make sure your tree is well secured to the ceiling or wall. You can use eye hooks and fish line, or a really heavy, sturdy tree bas ..read more
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5 Tips to Help You Socialize a Shy Cat
Karma Cat Zen Dog Rescue Society
by karmacatrescue
8M ago
Written by Karma Cat Foster, Socializer, Crafting Guru, and Blog Writer, Jacqueline R. Bringing home a new a cat is exciting; but for a shy cat, moving to a new environment can be scary. I know we all want our new cat to instantly love us and snuggle with us, and getting to know your shy cat can take a great deal of patience; but the return on your love investment will be worth it as you watch your new companion take those precious first steps to becoming your BFF. 1 – Smells like Comfort Cats are both territorial and creatures of habit. They find comfort and safety in their own castle, surrou ..read more
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Meow Don’t Feel Good
Karma Cat Zen Dog Rescue Society
by karmacatrescue
8M ago
Written by Karma Cat Foster, Socializer, Crafting Guru, and Blog Writer, Jacqueline R. This blog is meant to offer only the most basic information about some possible scenarios where first aid might be necessary at home.  As always, consult your vet and follow their advice. While we hope to never have any emergencies or accidents at home, especially with our beloved pets, stuff happens.  And when it does, well, better to be prepared instead of panicking.  Here’s a few things to keep in mind if your kitty has an encounter of the ouch-ey kind. Post a list on your refrigerator wit ..read more
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Always Be Prepared!
Karma Cat Zen Dog Rescue Society
by karmacatrescue
8M ago
Written by Karma Cat Foster, Socializer, Crafting Guru, and Blog Writer, Jacqueline R. with helpful content from 2020 KCZD blog post. What is a Pet Preparedness Plan? A pet preparedness plan is a set of simple but important steps you can take to ensure your pet’s health and safety in the case of a personal emergency (e.g., you are hospitalized, a family emergency comes up). Read on to learn more about how to develop your own plan. Developing Your Plan First and foremost, you’ll want to identify an emergency contact or two. Ideally, these are people who are local — neighbors if possible — that ..read more
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We Make a Difference!
Karma Cat Zen Dog Rescue Society
by karmacatrescue
8M ago
THE TALE OF THE STARFISH A young girl was walking along a beach upon which thousands of starfish had been washed up during a terrible storm. When she came to each starfish, she would pick it up, and throw it back into the ocean. People watched her with amusement. She had been doing this for some time when a man approached her and said, “Little girl, why are you doing this? Look at this beach! You can’t save all these starfish. You can’t begin to make a difference!” The girl seemed crushed, suddenly deflated. But after a few moments, she bent down, picked up another starfish, and hurled it as f ..read more
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Dear Kitty
Karma Cat Zen Dog Rescue Society
by karmacatrescue
8M ago
Written by Karma Cat Foster, Socializer, and Blog Writer, Jacqueline R. and Executive Director, Krystal H. This month we asked staff reporter Kitty to answer some of the more frequently asked questions from our community of cat lovers. Dear Kitty; Our family is planning a vacation this summer, and we’d like to take our sweet cat Murray with us. What do you think is the best cat carrier for us to use? -Travelling Furr Family Dear Furr Family; It’s wonderful that you want your family to stay together on vacation, but there’s some things you should consider before you go carrier shopping. Some of ..read more
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Age Ain’t Nothing But a Number
Karma Cat Zen Dog Rescue Society
by karmacatrescue
8M ago
“I may be old, but I’m not yet done…” Written by Karma Cat Foster, Socializer, and Blog Writer, Jacqueline R. “So here I stand, at the crossroads once again With time and choices stretching out before me And though the road ahead may be long and winding still I’ll make the most of every day, and savor every thrill For I may be getting old, but I am not yet done” ― Alex Haditaghi Spring is kitten season, as many of us know.  And who can resist those cute cuddly balls of fluff? There are no human lips that can resist turning into a smile at the sight of kittens wrestling, purring, an ..read more
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Home Sweet Home
Karma Cat Zen Dog Rescue Society
by karmacatrescue
8M ago
Written by Karma Cat Foster, Socializer, and Blog Writer, Jacqueline R. I recently had a conversation with our Executive Director, Krystal, and one of our volunteer TNR team members, Allison. What wonderful food for thought. TNR stands for Trap-Neuter-Return. It’s when we humanely trap cats living outdoors, arranged for them to be neutered, vaccinated, and then return them back to where we trapped them. Once a cat is trapped, neutered and given a three year rabies vaccination, kitty is returned safely to the place it was trapped; the place they know and call home. Why don’t we keep them and ad ..read more
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