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    Keeping Your Cat Safe from Falling Out of High Windows


    In one week alone, eight cats were injured after falling from high rises when warming weather in 2015 resulted in more people leaving their windows open. In fact, cats fall from windows so often that veterinarians have given it a name: “High-Rise Syndrome.” 

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    Topics: Cat Safety, pet safety tips, Summer Pet Safety Tips, Cats Falling, High Rise Syndrome, Feline High Rise Syndrome, Falling Cats, High Rise Syndrome in Cats, Cats Falling from Heights, Cats, Blog

    Pets Shouldn't Do Yard Work


    Yard work. Some of you love doing it and some get others to do it for them. Whichever it is, it's a good idea to keep your pets inside.


    Power tool culprits:
    lawn mowers, weed whackers, hedge trimmers. AND the projectiles they fling about, like rocks, sticks and other debris.

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    Topics: Dog Safety, Cat Safety, pet safety tips, Summer Pet Safety Tips, Garden

    Flat-Faced (Brachycephalic) Cats and Hot Weather


    There's a lot of talk in the summer months about the dangers of Heat Stroke in dogs, but as a cat person you may be wondering whether or not the heat can affect your cat in the same way. The short answer is, yes. Though it happens less frequently, cats can also suffer from heat-related illnesses such as Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke during these warmer days.

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    Topics: Cat Health, pet safety tips, cat health problem, Summer Pet Safety Tips, cat health questions, cat health issues, Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stress, Heat Stroke, Brachycephalic, Blog, Heat Stroke in Cats, Cats and Hot Weather, Cats and Breathing Problems, Cat Tips, Feline Asthma, Heat Stroke Risk Factors

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