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Dog Ears Event to Benefit Feral Cat Program

Dog Ears Event to Benefit Feral Cat Program

 

A book-signing event with the author and illustrator of “Feral Cat Stories: From Rescue to Love,” will take place from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 14, at Dog Ears Bookstore & Café, 688 Abbott Road, Buffalo.

The book is an entertaining and inspiring collection of Western New York feral cat rescue stories from participants of the spay/neuter programs of Feral Cat FOCUS. Local author Susan Sellingsloh captures the struggles and joys of people who encounter feral cats and decide to help. The stories show not only the transformation of rescue into love but the efficacy of Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return (TNVR) programs. All proceeds benefit Feral Cat FOCUS of Western New York.  

Is your pet sitter insured and bonded? They should be…

Is your pet sitter insured and bonded? They should be…

Most pet owners know that the benefits of leaving pets at home are numerous. Pets are happier and experience less stress at home; diet and exercise routines are uninterrupted and a pet’s exposure to illness is minimized.

Laura’s Critter Care Hosts Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive to Benefit Homeless Pets of Ascension Pet Foo

Laura’s Critter Care Hosts Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive to Benefit Homeless Pets of Ascension Pet Foo

 

 

 

 

Laura’s Critter Care Hosts Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive to Benefit Homeless Pets of Ascension Pet Food Pantry

 

 

What:    As part of an international effort spearheaded by Pet Sitters International (PSI), the largest educational association for professional pet sitters, the Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive was created to collect pet food for local shelters and pet-rescue groups across the globe.  Proceeds from Laura’s Critter Care’s drive will go to Ascension Pet Food Pantry.

 

Who:    The Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive in Erie County is being hosted by Laura’s Critter Care.

 

Helping Pet Parents Prepare for the Holiday Season

Helping Pet Parents Prepare for the Holiday Season

 

(Welcome to our weekly pet column, courtesy of Pet Connection Programs Inc. of Marilla. We post a new article each week, so be sure to check back on a regular basis!)

As pet parents around the world gear up for the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, Petco shares important reminders to keep pet safety top-of-mind throughout the season. Preparation is key and can help immensely when it comes to keeping pets calm and happy.

Boost Your Pet's Health with These Preventive Measures

Boost Your Pet's Health with These Preventive Measures

 

(Welcome to our weekly pet column, courtesy of Pet Connection Programs Inc. of Marilla. We post a new article each week, so be sure to check back on a regular basis!)

Taking active, preventive measures to support your health is one of the most important things you can do to ward off serious illness. You eat right, exercise, brush your teeth and make sure to get plenty of sleep, all to keep your body running at its very best.

Pet Food Sales to Reach $33 Billion as Consumers Spend More on Premium and Healthy Products

Pet Food Sales to Reach $33 Billion as Consumers Spend More on Premium and Healthy Products

 

(Welcome to our weekly pet column, courtesy of Pet Connection Programs Inc. of Marilla. We post a new article each week, so be sure to check back on a regular basis!)

Driven by increased focus on pet health and the powerful role in pet owner lives of the human-animal bond, U.S. sales of pet food will rise 16 percent between 2015-2018 to reach $33 billion!

American Humane Association, Top Vets Counsel Pet Owners Not to Panic Over Ebola Scare

American Humane Association, Top Vets Counsel Pet Owners Not to Panic Over Ebola Scare

 

(Welcome to our weekly pet column, courtesy of Pet Connection Programs Inc. of Marilla. We post a new article each week, so be sure to check back on a regular basis!)

American Humane Association and the world's top veterinary experts are asking pet owners across the country to exercise caution but not to panic following reports of the Ebola virus in animals such as Bentley, the King Charles Spaniel belonging to the Dallas nurse hospitalized with the disease.