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With Easter quickly approaching, please remember that Easter lilies are poisonous to cats.  Even the slightest nibble of a flower or leaf can be deadly to cats.  Kidney failure is the primary organ affected 3-5 days after exposure.  Symptoms are vomiting, salivation, anorexia and depression.  Kidney failure typically follows and the signs are increased thirst and urination, dehydration and lethargy.

Please remember to keep these beautiful flowers out of your cats' reach.

 

Struvite Crystals!!!  Has anyone ever had this happen to their cat?  Ughhhh, we went through this horrible disease with our male cat Buster.  After several trips to the Vet and finally getting PU sugery, I am happy to say he is doing well.  If you have never heard of struvite crystals, cats get them from their diet.  Mainly too much magnesium in their food. Their PH level is off forming crystals.  These tiny crystals block them and the cat cannot relieve themselves.  If not caught early, this is fatal to cats especially to males.  Keep a close eye on your cats to make sure they are going to the bathroom and not grooming themselves excessively in this area.  Other signs are going outside of the litterbox, trying to go to the bathroom every couple of minutes, crying when they are going to the bathroom.

 

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Check out the write up on the trees donated to the Central Florida SPCA's Shelter in the current issue of Pet Planet Magazine

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 Thinking of great gift for your furbaby for Valentine's Day? - Get them a Pet Tree House!  Enter code VALENTINE at check out and get 10% off you order!  expires 2/14/2012    

 Wishing you and your pets  a Happy and Safe New Year! 

 

Join us Saturday, December 3rd for Pet-A-Palooza!  A music festival for you and your pets.  There will food, drinks, music and shopping.
http://1059sunnyfm.radio.com/pet-a-palooza/       11/27/11

Halloween safety is essential for pets' health
Tricks and treats can spell trouble for pets this Halloween, so veterinarians advise keeping pets home because the holiday is a common time for pets to get lost. In addition, candy can contain substances toxic to dogs, such as chocolate or xylitol, an artificial sweetener. Pets should also be kept away from candles, and if owners choose to dress up their pets in costumes, the American Veterinary Medical Association says the costume should not impede the animal from opening its mouth or breathing and hearing normally  

 It was a great day yesterday at the 2011 Wiggle Waggle Walk.  Over $80,000 was raised for the Orlando SPCA!  Visit our facebook page to see all of the picures

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pet-Tree-Housesllc/153860451303715       

Pet Tree Houses has won the Small Business Story Contest hosted by Google and American Express.  Check us out November 25th on Youtube's homepage and throughout December.
http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=5gL8vT_kRqg

With Christmas around the corner, many of us are starting to decorate.  Here are some ways to Pet-Proof your Christmas Tree

 

1.  Make sure your tree can't be knocked down
2. Cover the tree holder so your pet doesn't drink the water.
3.  Be careful using glass ornaments in case your cat knocks them off and they shatter.
4.  DON"T DECORATE WITH TINSEL!
5.  Tape down or cover the electric cord.
6   Sweep up the pine needles if you have a real tree.
7.  And last but not least - Decorate your cat's Pet Tree House with Cloth Toys and Plastic hooks so they have their own Christmas Tree and they won't even bother with yours!!!! 

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