Cat Health and Safety Topics - Michigan Humane Society

Cat Health and Safety Topics

Cats and Obesity

September 30, 2016

If your cat is overweight it is critical to monitor the caloric intake he/she receives from their food and the amount of treats and table scraps given.

Topic: Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: Cats and Kittens
Story Type: Pet Parenting

Hot Weather Pet Safety

May 27, 2016

Tips to help keep pets safe during the summer

Topic: Pet Care, Pet Care: New Pet Basics, Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: All, Cats and Kittens, Dogs and Puppies
Story Type: Pet Parenting

Summer Time Pet Safety Tips

May 27, 2016

Pet owners across the area can use these simple tips to ensure that this summer is a safe and happy season for their pets.

Topic: Pet Care, Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: All, Cats and Kittens, Dogs and Puppies
Story Type: General

PROTECT-A-PET Vaccination Clinics

March 23, 2016

Low-cost pet vaccination clinics to help those most in need

Topic: Pet Care, Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: Cats and Kittens, Dogs and Puppies
Story Type: Pet Parenting

Microchip Your Cat

April 27, 2015

MHS strongly recommends that all dogs and cats be implanted with a microchip in addition to wearing a collar and I.D. tags.

Topic: Veterinary Services, Lost and Found, Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: Cats and Kittens
Story Type: Pet Parenting

Cat and Kitten Veterinary Schedule

April 1, 2015

In order to keep your kitten healthy, there are certain actions that should be taken at specific times as your kitten grows

Topic: Pet Care, Pet Care: New Pet Basics, Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: Cats and Kittens
Story Type: Pet Parenting

Declawing

March 1, 2015

This painful surgical procedure involves the amputation of the last bone of the toe from which the nail grows.

Topic: Pet Care, Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: Cats and Kittens
Story Type: Pet Parenting

Poisonous Plants

March 1, 2015

A guide to plants that can harm your pet

Topic: Pet Care, Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: Cats and Kittens, Dogs and Puppies
Story Type: Pet Parenting

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March for Animals

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