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Suitical Recovery Suit for Cats X-Small in Black Camo. Professional alternative to the Cone of Shame. Suitable for wound and Bandage protection, Hotspots, Skin Diseases. Recommended and used by thousands of pet owners and vets worldwide.

Jinny 1 Image by jdco Suitical Recovery Suit for Cats X-Small in Black Camo. Professional alternative to the Cone of Shame. Suitable for wound and Bandage protection, Hotspots, Skin Diseases. Recommended and used by thousands of pet owners and vets worldwide. Professional alternative to the “Cone of Shame” (Elizabethan Collar) Protects your cat’s wounds and bandages Protects skin diseases Allows use of litter tray Protects hotspots The original full body Recovery Suit for your cat.Recommended by thousands of pet owners, veterinarians, physiotherapists, groomers and breeders worldwide. Protects wounds and bandages– Reduces the annoyance and stresses your cat may experience, compared to wearing an Elizabethan Collar.– Helps prevent your cat from touching the affected area.– Our exclusive design enables air to circulate around the wound whilst keeping it dry.– Helps keep patients warm after an operation. The inside of the suit is light colored allowing any fluid discharge to be easily seen. If the wound leaks, a porous sheet or incontinence pad can be inserted inside the Suit or between the double layer on the belly section. Skin diseaseIt offers protection where it is required and helps prevent possible damage to the skin caused by scratching or biting. Allows use of

Loving Pets Fish Bella Bowl for Cat, X-Small, 1/2-Pint, Lilac

4,931 Cans of Cat Food Arriving Image by rikkis_refuge But when you divide it between 638 cats, that’s only 7.73 ounces each. About the equivalent of one can of regular cat food plus one can the size of the Fancy Feast. Most of the cats here consider that far less than a full day’s meal. But the cupboards are bare of dry and at approximately 1:57 p.m. on Monday one of the 638 cats will reach into the food bowl for a bite, and get the last morsel. Where will dinner come from? 1,257 little eyes are looking at you (we have 17 one eye-ed cats, and Little Charlie was born with none) and pleading for salvation. The dog pantry is full of dry and they have offered to share with the cats. Especially since Vincent forfeited his spoils as the winner of the Spring Fundraiser, and donated it all to the dogs. Who by the way, have most generously, helped many of the animals at Rikki’s Refuge pay for their food and medical care. Even though this is a most generous offer, the cats are disgusted at the very thought of eating dawg food. But the dogs are begging

Loving Pets Fish Bella Bowl for Cat, X-Small, 1/2-Pint, Metallic Ocean Blue

Starting out… Image by hehaden This is one of Jazz’s kittens at the rescue centre. They’re about 7 weeks old now and they’re being shown to potential adopters. It won’t be too long before they’re old enough to "leave home". Jazz is a wonderful mother, but you can see that she likes to have a break from them every now and again. While I was there on Monday the kittens were all allowed out for a run around. Jazz took the opportunity to shoot through the swing doors to the staff area for some peace and quiet. She ate a whole bowl of food while I kept the little ones entertained! Loving Pets Fish Bella Bowl for Cat, X-Small, 1/2-Pint, Metallic Ocean Blue Veterinarian recommended stainless steel interior resists bacteria Removable soy-based rubber ring prevents spills and reduces noise Dishwasher safe, remove rubber ring before washing Available in 8 new designer styles Holds approximately 1/2-pint Express yourself and capture the heartfelt way you feel about your dog or cat with Bella Bowls, sophisticated blends of fashion and function. Veterinarian-recommended stainless steel and patent-pending Bella Bowls add 8 new designer styles that fit your home décor and your budget. Dishwasher safe, each bowl