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    Recipe For Catching A Runaway Cat – Sardines, patience, and LOTS of wine!


    December 11, 2014 – Lost Cat Sawyer


    "Sawyer!" 

    Nothing.

    "Sawyer!"

    The snow removal crew had just finished clearing Deb’s driveway and all was still and quiet. So quiet, she expected - she hoped - that she’d hear even the faintest rustling or meow from her 1.5 yr. old cat, Sawyer. 

    But not a sound. Only that deafening stillness you hear on a winter’s night after a really heavy snowfall. 

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    Topics: Finding lost pets, Lost Pet, Lost Cat, Lost poster, Cat

    Lost Cats (and Dogs): Your pets versus 4th of July fireworks

    Do you know what day is historically the busiest day of the year in animal shelters all across the country? It’s the FIFTH of July.

    Do you know why? Yup, you guessed it… fireworks!

    In reality though, that’s only partially right. The real reasons are a bit more involved than just “fireworks.” And to truly do something about the staggering number of pets that wind up in shelters each year on July 5th, it’s important that you be aware of these reasons. Of course, it’s even more important that you’re aware of and take the easy steps to prevent your cats and dogs from becoming lost and also increasing your chances of being reunited with them should your preventive efforts fail.

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    Topics: Finding lost pets, Independence Day, Thundershirt, Dog Stress, Microchip, Fourth of July, Animal Shelters, ID Tags, Dog appeasing pheromone, 4th of July, Lost Pet, Fireworks, Fence for your dog, Feliway for cats, Dog GPS, DAP, Canada Day, Guy Fawkes Day, Shelters, Anxiety in Dogs, Fence your yard, Blog

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