People who advertise their pet as Free To Good Home, or ask for a small amount of money, do so with the faith that their pet will be well looked after.
Some of these pets will be lucky and go to genuinely caring people. However, there are too many people posing as good, caring people wanting to take the animal in, when what they are actually interested in is cruelly exploiting animals for their own ends.
Much like fine wine, pets age well. The bouncing out-of-control puppy, the sometimes fractious adolescent, and the highly energetic adult give way to a sweet and mellow kind of dignity by the time a pet turns eight years of age or so.
If you’re thinking about welcoming a senior pet into your home for the first time, here are several reasons why adopting a senior pet
Cats are the most popular pet in the United States. They are intelligent, affectionate and mysterious creatures.
Despite this popularity, and perhaps because of their air of mystery, there are many misconceptions about cats that cause both social and physical problems for these animals. The following myths aren’t only false - some may contribute to ill health for your cat if you believe them!
Scammers have been around since the dawn of time, taking advantage of trusting individuals to get what they want. In the age of the internet, scamming has taken on a whole new, and more dangerous identity.
Whether they’re posing as a prince from a far-off country interested in sharing a fortune with you or an