Parasites and Indoor vs. Outdoor Cats
Just yesterday Dr. Becker posted a very informative article on cats and parasites. Her bottom line is that your cat is most protected from parasites (and many other dangers) staying indoors, or having limited/supervised outdoor access. The article is based on a study done by Auburn University.
This is especially helpful information for expanding your pet care knowledge, as well as information to consider if you ever plan to add more cats to your family in the future!
Dr. Becker also lists several ways to help your “captive” cat thrive indoors!
Click here for the full article —-> Study compares the health of indoor versus outdoor cats
Raw food options at EOTL
for your fav-furrr-ite feline
If you are interested in feeding a species-appropriate diet to your sweet kitty, End of the Leash carries plenty of options! Stop in at one of our locations and chat with our knowledgeable staff to see which is best for your cat.
Don’t forget the dog—NEW treats from Bocce’s Bakery!
Lots of new treats just in from Bocce's Bakery! We have new crunchy, soft and chewy, and training bites in in many different varieties.
Stop in to check them out!
HAWS PETS OF THE WEEK
To learn more about how to adopt through HAWS, please visit their adoption page. You may also give them a call at 262.542.8851.
Introducing Glacier and Snowball! They're a year and a half old, Californian mix, rabbits in need of a forever home. These girls are friendly and good with handling. Despite being sweeties, this bonded pair has been at HAWS since November of 2018. Glacier and Snowball enjoy chilling out and being read to. Do you have a copy of "The Tale Of Peter Rabbit" lying around? If so come to HAWS and meet your new snuggle bunnies!
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