Loving Our Little Critters
 

Geri Zahner

WELCOME to this section of our website...As a fellow "little critter lover" you know how we are always looking for ways to help our "babies" live happier, healthier, longer lives. This section will constantly be updated through my ongoing research as well as through STORIES, hints and tips contributed by YOU, our valued readers.
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Your Pets (BOTH Dogs and Cats) are in danger of DEATH if you or
anyone in your neighborhood uses Cocoa Mulch. Get full details...CLICK ON
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Cocoa Mulch is HIGHLY toxic to dogs and cats.

This Snopes site gives additional information:
http://www.snopes.com/critters/crusader/cocoamulch.asp

Cocoa Mulch contains a lethal ingredient called ' Theobromine ' . It is lethal to dogs and cats.
It smells like chocolate and it really attracts dogs. They will ingest this stuff and die.
Theobromine is in all chocolate, especially dark or baker’s chocolate which is toxic to dogs.
Little critters that ingest a lethal quantity of garden mulch made from cacao bean shells develop severe convulsions and die within 24 hours.


Have You Lost a Little Critter?
 
 

Bella the Fawn

Lady Liberty

Niki

Charlie & Louis

Meeko

Princess

Loving Otters

Mourning Doves
 

I'm starting things off with this sweet story
that was sent through an email several years ago...


A lady found the fawn under her step
(they think the doe might have been hit by a car) ...
her Ridge Back dog helped look after it. The family named the fawn Bella.
Once she regained her strength (she was not in good shape
when the family found her) they planned to send her
to some friends who (in the past)
raised two orphan deer and released them to the wild.
Bella was bottle fed and their dog (Hogan) basically took over
and the fawn even shared his bed.


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This is a picture of our Burmese cat, taken in 2007 when she was 13 years old. We adopted her from a breeder when she was 7 years old.
Because she was born on the 4th of July her registered name is Kawpaw's Lady Libearty (No, this is NOT a typo!) of Nakodo...She lets her friends call her "Libby."

Bernadette
Virginia

 



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Our little critters give us so much and ask for so little...just that we love them and do what we can to keep them healthy and happy!
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Throughout this site readers and I will offer suggestions that we have used or have heard about. None of these suggestions or ideas should be substituted for a visit to and diagnosis from your veterinarian. Because we really do love our little critters, we can't encourage you strongly enough to consult with your veterinarian if you feel your pet has a health or behavior problem.