Welcome Pet Lovers!
Onto a new season and new issue – Fall! With this new edition, we wanted to provide you with helpful pet care tips by Jordan Walker and information regarding the most leading cause of death in cats.
Pets, what would our lives be without them? Without my pets, my house would be clean and my wallet would be full, but my heart would be empty. With that said, I dedicate this issue to Dr Singh of American Canyon Vet Hospital and to the many other folks who’s pets are shown in the memorial page of this issue; especially, my beloved Lucy and Drew; Lucy was my soul mate and Drew was my first love. I lost them both to renal failure, the most common terminal disease in cats.
Pets are our family, which is important to us (my husband and I) because we have no children together. And without children, our pets do fill that niche. I do sometimes worry about my friends who only have a single pet. When that animal goes, it leaves a huge void. Especially if the animal was sick towards the end and needed special treatment so that there is even more attention and time spent focused on the pet. When that ends, it’s much more noticeable. At least by having several animals (we’re within the legal limits) there is always someone needing or wanting some attention and willing to give some love.
Most importantly, there are animals literally dying because they don’t have a home, and here are good people, often lonely, with empty homes. Hmmm, I see a win-win solution. Please don’t give up on having an animal in your life. It will enrich your life a hundred fold. Inside all of our issues are multiple non-profits groups and shelters that rescue animals from various situations and are looking to adopt out those pets. Having more than one pet is the norm these days, so please consider saving a life, they may save yours.
Readers, please support our advertiser’s who make this magazine possible. We can’t thank them enough for ongoing support. As well, we’d like to thank all of our pet stores, groomers, vets, hospitals and various retailers throughout Solano, Napa and Yolo county who are getting the magazine’s into your pet lovers’ hands.
Amongst the many great things to do this season, such as watching football and holiday family gatherings, we hope you enjoy reading this issue. It has definitely been a labor of love.
Thank you for your continued support and readership.
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