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Winter 2016/2017

Winter 2016/2017

michelle-morris-adams-tito-roxy-luckyWelcome Pet Lovers!


In this season of gratitude, we are extremely grateful to our writers, graphic designer, the loving pet community and advertisers that help makes this magazine possible.

As we head into the Winter Season, we are reminded of the holidays amongst us and the cold rainy days. As we get busy with special events or try to stay warm, let us not forget the homeless animals on the streets, in the shelters or those left outside with little to keep them warm. Unfortunately, often people need to be reminded that owning a dog is not just a privilege- it’s a responsibility. These animals depend on us for, at minimum, food and shelter, and deserve much more. They also depend on us when they get sick. Did you know dogs can get the Flu? Read our article about Canine Influenza

If you were unaware, February marks Pet Dental Health Month, the American Veterinary Medical Association‘s (AVMA) annual effort to remind pet lovers to care for their pets’ teeth like they do their own. It’s also National Prevent a Litter Month. So, while most people are thinking of hearts and flowers for their loved ones or hats and mittens to help keep them warm, we’d like to remind and encourage people about spay/neuter, the best thing you can do for your pet. It’s also the best way to control homeless Cat Population through TNR (trap neuter release) or RTF (return to field). If you find a lost cat or dog, please read how to help a stray animal

We have a social responsibility to take care of each other, and that includes animals. Because our furry, feathered and scaly friends can’t protect themselves from abuse by humans, it is our job to act as protectors and stop animal cruelty whenever we see it. Animal Cruelty is everywhere and needs to stop. If you’re unaware who to report a crime to, and want to be anonymous, we’ve provided resources inside the magazine. This article is to shed light on the very sad case we just experienced in Solano County.

January is our annual “Adopt a Bird Month”…in light of the recognition, we’ve provided tips on Basic Bird Nutrition.
At the close of another year, we pause to wish you all a joyous holiday season. We wish your lives are full of love, happiness and peace. Please don’t forget to love the many homeless cats as you love your pets and kids.

Thank you for your continued support and readership.

With Love,

Michelle Morris-Adams

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