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Will Your Cat Be Safe ?

Fine Cats & Kittens

October is the month to give careful thought and consideration about your cats safety. There are a lot of nuts out their cat lovers. Your cats don’t have to be black to have someone want to harm them, and it’s not just Halloween night that you should have concern about. There is volumes of information out their folks on this subject, so lets all educate ourselves and be loving cat protectors in this month of October.





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Did You Know ?

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Health Benefits of Pumpkin for Cats

By Rebecca DiFabbio

And while pumpkin is a good source of vitamins A and C, which help support vision and immune system health, Meyers advises that it’s not necessary to use pumpkin as a vitamin supplement. “Cats are generally not deficient in these vitamins if they’re on a well-balanced diet,” she says.

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Pumpkin also contains zinc, which can help improve a cat’s skin and coat, and cucurbitacin, a biochemical compound that is thought to have some activity against intestinal parasites. However, with a well-balanced diet and proper veterinary care, most of these concerns can be taken care of without the need for pumpkin.

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Cats N’ Coffee


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Cattails in My Coffee


While calmly sipping coffee of a morn,

And contemplating on why I was born,

I watch the cat climb softly to my lap

To primp and preen, then settle down to nap.


As he begins to wash his whiskery face

He will not keep his wandering tail in place.

And while it’s waving wildly in the air

I try to track it down-it’s never there.


It wiggles to the left as I reach right

And rebounds again in rhythmic delight.

I resume my reaching as it rises up,

Then comes down to coil in my coffee cup.


The tabby turns translucent eyes on me

As if to tell me, “There! now do you see?

If not for you my tail would still be dry.

Why can’t you humans be as calm as I?


And cleaning caffeine of his copious fur,

He curls into a ball, begins to purr.

A call upon his dreams he plans to keep,

So he proceeds to promptly fall asleep.


Poem by Sharon Brown

Sharon Brown, a deceased cousin of Stuart Johnson, wrote this in 1975