How to keep cats healthy? Sharing information, tips and knowledge is very important to My Kitty Care. Vets, groomers, pet grief therapist, anyone who contributes to help us achieve that, those who do it professionally and those who do it for personal reasons, we are happy to hear from you. Let’s talk about cats!
- check out Claude West’s guide on what to NOT feed your cat, to sign up for the guide, go to:
Dr.Turtesky at The Veterinary Clinic of East Hampton,
New York 631 324 7900
Update on Dutch, a stray Dr. Turetsky housed at The Veterinary Clinic of East Hampton: he was adopted and now lives with another cat, Gwen.
Here’s a great way to find a vet near you: Find a feline vet
from the American Association of Feline Practitioners
Love Your Cat: Kitty Care, chapter 2, video shows professional groomer, Gerry Bethune, how to groom, bathe and check your cat’s general health.
Mindful Tails, Mary Bruce www.MITAILS.com and www.taviandfriends.org Mindful Tails is an inovative technique to keep your cat calm and healthy. Tavi and Friends adopts cats, especially ones who need special care.
Cherished Pets, is run by Jo Ann Davis who speciializes in pet bereavement. Ms. Davis is a trained therapist, who is sensitive to the difficult and confusing impact the loss of our pets have on us.
Jo Ann Davis www.Cherishedpets.net
Carole Wilbourn www.thecattherapist.com
author of several books about cats including
Think Like A Cat
www.pnscience.com Pet Nutritionals Science, Rosemary Szepesi & Dr. Myron Seligman