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Brandy 🌈💙🐾 Honouring Brandy 🐾💙🌈 Brandy, you came into our lives, and brought such boundless joy. When you left, you took pieces of our hearts. Miss you Forever. 🐾💙🐾


Mia January 22nd, 2012 to October 19th, 2023 Mia gave us almost 12 years of pure unconditional love. It was an honour to have had her in our lives and to have had the ability to take care of her. She was a huge part of our family and everything we did, we did [...]


In loving memory of our sweet Foley December 18, 2011- November 22, 2023 Foley was such a character, very funny, loving and also sensitive. He loved convincing people that being 3 legged from birth was no big deal. He loved his chuck-it balls, squeaky tennis balls and especially squirrels. His absence is definitely felt [...]


Sweet Bella has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge and her family wishes to share these loving sentiments: Bella was the cuddliest, floppiest, funniest, most loving best friend a girl & family could ever ask for. She gave us 16 beautiful years of nothing but constant love. Her favourite thing to do hands down was [...]


April 4, 2011 - November 24, 2023 We are heart broken over the loss of Coco who has been a loyal and loving friend for 12 1/2 years. She was the best employee and never missed a day of work (as i work from home). Every morning started with a Coco Hug and a [...]

Enrichment and Toys for Cats

Indoor cats may live in under-enriched environments that can contribute to physiological stress and behaviour disorders. This can lead to aggression, urine marking, house soiling behaviours, over-grooming and displacement activities. Proper enrichment makes their environment more physically, socially and temporally complex by increasing novelty and opportunity to express species appropriate behaviours. Enrichment includes visual, [...]

Congratulations on Your New Kitten!

A kitten can be an exciting addition to any family, but they are also a lot of work, so we have compiled some information to make the transition a little smoother. If you don’t have your kitten yet, here is a list of things you might want to think about before you bring one [...]

Litterbox Training

Most Kittens will take to a litterbox with very little effort on your part. Kittens generally like to be clean and will use a litterbox in the house to achieve this. If your kitten or cat is not using the litterbox, we recommend that you consult your veterinarian to rule out a medical problem [...]

Kitten Proofing

Remember that kittens are baby cats, so you need to kitten-proof your house, just as you would baby-proof for a new baby. Although kittens do not tend to chew on things as much as puppies, it is still a good idea to protect your kitten from dangerous objects. Keep cords, wires and toxins out of [...]

When to Call the Vet

Emergencies: This is when your pet should see a veterinarian right away: Pale or blue gums Difficulty breathing Collapse Dizziness or circling Extreme bloated abdomen Severe weakness Seizures Sudden severe pain Severe bleeding Body temperature more then 40 °C or less than 37.2 °C Please call your veterinarian if you see these things: Vomiting [...]

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