I understand both sides of the argument. Personally, I do have pet insurance.
The vet tells you that you’ll know when it’s time. But it isn’t an easy decision.
My husband shared an article with me awhile back that shared what I thought was an excellent situation for feral cats.
Last weekend, the kittens in my home were very unhappy to have to take a trip to the vet for an FVRCP vaccine.
Cassie is now about 8 weeks old, a diva cat who is very attached to humans. She is also making friends.
Fall semester has begun, and I’m looking to once again incorporate cats into a class project.
(obligatory cat picture. That’s my husband’s foot fyi)
Cute little Cassie, 7-8 weeks old now. Gross tapeworms.
We never did reunite Stuart with his mom and siblings, so he’s been back and forth between a couple of us volunteers.
Yesterday morning, I was getting in my car to head to work, when I saw a cat trying to get into our condo building.