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Answered: My cat doesn't seem interested in going outside, is it okay for her to be

By all means! Your cat will be far better off if she stays inside -- no contagious diseases, no ticks, no fights, no attacks by dogs. I've had plenty of experience, and if I had my way, none of mine would go outside (unfortunately, my husband doesn't agree and lets them out). Indoor cats just ...

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ASPCA will help your feline friends more than you can, by finding them better homes. Think of the cat more than your emotional attachment.

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Ilcpa asked; Since the Walmart return center here in Indianapolis, IN (Exel) closed, were is Walmart returning the cat litter, cat food and dog food and how do we get in contact with them for donations? Best thing you can do with it is give it to the Humane Society. Un-opened cans of food and ...

Answered: Must cats have rabies shot

Yes, even indoor cats are required to have a rabies shot.

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Most likely they would be tape worms. Unless your dogs go in your cats litter box, they really won't be passing them around, but your cat will feel much better if he is dewormed. A few pills or a quick droncit shot will remove them for the next 3 months, however, if your cat then kills another ...

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