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Dogs and Cats Forever is participating in the “Free the Shelters” campaign that ..
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Founded in 1980, Living Free was among the first privately funded, no-kill animal sanctuaries rescuing cats and dogs from imminent shelter euthanasia. We carry on that mission today, and are working to increase public awareness so that soon all shelters can become no-kill. We believe every animal has a right to live with compassion and dignity, and we provide hope until they find their forever home.
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We also have a cage free cat adoption center and a network of foster homes for friendly, adoptable cats and kittens (as well as dogs/puppies we encounter while assisting cats) that have been rescued. favorite this post Jun 27 ▻ FREE Spay/Neuter/Vaccinations for CHELSEA Cats and Dogs
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It’s not uncommon for veterinary visits to start with the staff giving the pet a big welcome. That’s because veterinary professionals love animals and want to shower them with love. But to cats and dogs, unsolicited attention of any kind (petting, hugging, kissing, even direct eye contact), can seem threatening. During a Fear-Free visit, the animal sets the pace for the interactions. It may take a few moments, but waiting for the pet to make the first move goes a long way toward reducing fear and establishing trust.

Here are 10 actions every practice can start taking today to make veterinary visits less fearful for pets:Free Spay & Neuter Certificates (vouchers) and Discount Spay & Neuter Coupons are available for Los Angeles City residents at all six (6) LA City Animal Shelters. Please be sure to bring a valid photo ID with you. Each household is eligible for discounts for 3 dogs and 3 cats. Feral cats and stray dogs do not qualify for this program.Cathy Kangas, founder and CEO of PRAI Beauty, sponsor of the event, announced Dogs and Cats Forever in Fort Pierce will benefit from the “Free the Shelters” campaign that sponsors adoption fees at animal shelters across the country. The no-fee adoption event is June 22 to 30.Proponents of grain free diets sometimes claim that grains are an unnatural source of nutrition for our pets. They argue that ancestors of our current-day dogs and cats did not eat grains. However, it could be argued that potatoes and other forms of carbohydrates are no more “natural” for our pets than are grains. Fortunately, our pets (dogs and cats alike) have evolved to be able to digest grains as well as many other sources of carbohydrates (including potatoes).During this time, not only will all pet adoption fees will be waived, but the shelter will be offering free rabies vaccinations as well as free spaying and neutering services. Adoption fees for the shelter normally are $85 for dogs and $75 for cats.First, contact your local shelter, rescue group or humane society. Many of these groups have programs that distribute free cat food and dog food to those in need. The best place for your cats and dogs is with you, so they will do what they can to help you keep your pets.