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• Paws for Health: Preventing Heat Stroke in Dogs & Cats - 9and10News
• How can you spot heatstroke in cats and dogs? Here are warning signs as the US sizzles - The News&Observer
• Protect pets from summer heat - Moultrie News
• Blood Pressure in Cats - The Co;umbian Blogs
• Blood transfusions in cats - VetCandy
• Dogs and Cats Can Donate Blood (But Most People Don't Know) - Psychology Today
• How to calm a cat in heat - NY Daily News
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PETA Senior Vice President Daphna Nachminovitch - “When cats and dogs are dying on the streets and in shelters across the country every day, stemming the homeless-animal overpopulation crisis is the greatest gift that we can give companion animals.”
More than 6 million dogs and cats end up at animal shelters every year, and half of them must be euthanized, many simply because there aren’t enough good homes for them. In addition, “no-kill” policies like those at the nearby Edison Municipal Animal Shelter—which charges surrender fees, requires surrender appointments, won’t accept animals with behavior problems or without veterinary records, and turns animals away if the shelter is full—can cause desperate people to abandon animals to fend for themselves. The only effective, long-term solution to the homeless-animal overpopulation crisis is spaying and neutering.
• The 5-month fix for cats - UFHealth Podcasts
• Katz Tales: Preparing your lady cat for spaying - TheStar
• Calls for caution over mass neutering of stray cats - CyprusMail
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