Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Wordy Wednesday - National Pet Month Part 4

From 2 April to 2 May 2011, thousands of people in the UK will be celebrating life with their pets. Why? Because it is National Pet Month! A fantastic month for cats, dogs and other little furry animals everywhere!

For my last installment this month to celebrate my life with my girls and to promote National Pet Month I thought I'd go through the second 5 top 10 tips for healthy happy pets this week, to see if I'm doing things right. So...

6. Protect against disease. Your vet can provide you with advice. >>> No problems, Nishiko and Xanthe have an annual check up and vaccines ever August! Check!

7. Prevent unwanted litters and neuter you pet when appropriate. >>> Well as most of you know already, the girls have had their Ladygardenectomy in March of this year... I'm doing good! Check!

8. Groom your pet regularly. >>> Nishiko adores being groomed with a brush. Xanthe on the other hand is more reluctant so plenty of strokes is required to get rid of unwanted fur around the house. she loves it! Check...

9. control your pet and ensure it is properly identified. >>> The girls are mainly indoor kitizens and will only go outside with their harnesses on. Mind you make sure that your pets are micro chipped just in case they escape. Unfortunately I have failed this important point as the girls have yet to be microchipped... Must get this down later in the year...

10. Take out pet insurance for dogs, cats, rabbits and horses to cover against unexpected veterinary fees and third party liability... Oh no! I must get some insurance! This is my second fail :(

I've enjoyed National Pet Month. Here is a selection of baby photos from when Nishiko and Xanthe were 14 weeks old. enjoy :)

Don is just being silly as usual!

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Kitty xxx


  1. lmao!! Don is a trip! lol!!!!!

    Your kitties are so beautiful they don't look real, I am in love with them!

  2. LOL at Don!

    All good tips...The mom almost got pet insurance for us when she first adopted us, but then read the fine print which stated we'd have to have annual vaccinations. Not to offend anyone, but she disagrees with that, once kittens have had their first and second set + initial rabies -- provided the kitties are *indoor only*. There are far too many cases of vaccine-related cancers for her to be comfortable with having constant vaccs. We believe the protocol in the US generally has changed to a three-year frequency, we're not sure if that protocol now is widely accepted in Canada. It's very easy money for vets, so it's still routinely overdone, in our mom's view.

  3. Haha. That picture of Don made us LOL!

    Great list, and beautiful pictures of your lovely girls. Thank you for sharing. :)

  4. Wonderful post..such darling pictures! Thank you for sharing!

  5. Thank you for the info. Love the pictures of your babies. They are just beautiful.


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