I Got 99 Problems and a Box Ain’t One

It is always a point of concern when a cat is surrendered with a history of inappropriate elimination in the home. Having a shelter protocol in place to address each animal is beneficial to rule out particular causes. Evaluation of the inappropriate eliminator should always include analysis of the home environment, behavioral causes, and medical Read More…

Kitten, puppies and ascarids, oh my!

As kitten season marches on, shelters across the country are pulling out their Strongid and their Nemex and are vigorously deworming kittens. It is common knowledge that all young animals have worms, and that frequent deworming is necessary. But why is that? This week we will be diving into the specifics of the large roundworms Read More…

Kitten season is coming!

Brace yourselves, kittens are coming! In case you didn’t know, kitten season is upon us and shelters across the nation are already receiving their first batches of kittens. If your shelter or rescue hasn’t started prepping for kitten season then now is the time! After the winter solstice (Dec 21) queens will start going into heat Read More…