Cats and Dogs for Adoption: PetSmart Saves Lives

The more you pet your cat, the more relaxed it will get. It might even close its eyes and snooze.
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A: Pet owners also need to understand that a microchip is only one part of your pet’s identification system. Your pet also should have a collar with tags on it. With cats you want to use breakaway collars so they don’t get caught when they’re climbing.
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So now that you've decided you'll stand by your pet no matter what (don't make me link you to even sadder articles on shelter life), let's crunch the numbers. Pets are a serious financial undertaking, so you need to budget accordingly before you take the plunge into parenthood. I'm going to focus exclusively on cats and dogs in this post, so if you're looking to get another kind of pet, like a bird, ferret, rabbit or lizard, make sure to do your own research before heading to the pet store. WebMD Pet Health Feature: "8 Common Cat Problems and How to Solve Them."
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