As a cat owner, you might not think you need to familiarize yourself with your town's laws regarding domestic animals. However, depending upon where you live, you might be surprised to find what you can and cannot do with your cat.
Many towns have laws that prohibit animals from roaming freely. For example, Lorinc, Hungary, which recently passed a law stating that cats may only be on the streets if they are on a leash. Mississippi has a law prohibiting cats from being out on the streets if they are "rowdy." If a rowdy cat is caught outside, both it and its owner will be placed in jail. Exactly what separates the "rowdy" cats from the regular cats is unclear, but it can be assumed that catcalls and caterwauling is probably involved.
If you consider getting another cat there are some things that you should take into account, since this decision shouldn't be made as in a spur of a moment. There are many cat owners who simply think of buying another one and deal with this afterwards. But this can be really an issue for both of the cats once they face each other, since they tend to be very territorial by nature.
Throughout this article, we will point out at you some of the things to consider when planning buying another cat:
* If you own already many cats, you might have the surprise to see them reacting badly and thus ruining the balance that it may take a while before it is re-established. It is no such thing telling you how your cat-s will react when meeting the new cat. However, the best thing to do when introducing the new cat to the old one(s) is to isolate them in a room for several days and thus they will get used to the smells. Afterwards you should keep an eye on them to see how they interact.
Please join us for a wonderful meet and greet fundraising event to benefit rescued animals.
When, Where & How Much?
Sunday, February 26, 2012 from 11am to 4pm
Radisson Hotel, Jefferson Road
Event tickets cost $25 in advance or $35 at the door.
Event Tickets will include a buffet lunch from 1:00 to 2:00pm followed by dessert. Free coffee will be provided throughout the day along with a cash bar. There will also be live music.
~Information for vendors~
You do not have to be a registered non profit - 501(c)3, to participate in this event.
Tables cost $25 each. Groups with tables can take advantage of this event by having raffles, 50/50 drawings, and sell items to raise funds for your group.
We will provide tablecloths, tables, 2 chairs per table. There are no outlets available.
If you are searching for the perfect family pet, be it cat or dog, think twice about the color black. Do you have a pet color prejudice? Read the following before you look, and review your feelings about the color of your future pet.
1. Black dogs and black cats are passed over more than any other color.
Animal shelters are normally bursting at the seams with adoptable pets However, black dogs and cats are routinely passed over for others, so much so that shelters call this phenomenon the "Black Dog Syndrome."The reasons range from fear to preconceived ideas.
Thanks to a generous response to our call for donations, RIT Cats made nearly $1,450 for the 2010 Jumble Sale. Thank you, everyone: those who donated goods and those who bought them.
And a special thank-you to our hard-working volunteers: We quite literally could not have done it without you.