Suzanne: Here are a few pictures of my handsome little guy. Enjoy! Ana Hi, Suzanne. I was cleaning out my inbox and saw the below e-mail chain. Chew is still doing great but, in the same vein as the stories below, a couple of weeks ago I was doing the laundry (you know what’s coming). […]
At our continuing education meeting this month a great resource was brought up that I have not mentioned before and should have. It is the Indoor Pet Initiative presented by the Ohio State University which I am a graduate from. Please check it out..
Early neutering reduces aggressive behavior in your male and his need to mark the house and furniture with strong-smelling urine. Additionally, he will be less inclined to roam or dart out the door, which could result in a traffic injury, fatality or impregnating a female.
Hello Suzanne, I hope you are doing well. My family and I are hoping to purchase a kitten from you soon. I am not sure if we can specify or get on a waiting list for a particular color. We would really love to have a blue and white male but would also consider […]
Suzanne, I just wanted to Thank you for my Kizzy. She is everything I could have wanted and has brought so much more to me than I could have ever expected. My son left this week for the army and she meets me at the door when I come home along with nightly snuggles. […]
Hi Suzanne, I bought Charlie and Ozzy from you in 2007-08 timeframe. They are wonderful pets – very social and loving and are in very good health. I have had no issues with them. I really love them but my allergies have gotten worse over the last year to the point where, reluctantly I […]
Neutering your male before he is 6 months of age prevents testicular and prostate cancer and greatly reduces his risk for perianal tumors.
Hi Suzanne: We got a kitten ( we named her Stormy) from you in May..she was from a litter of Alistair and Bosley. Stormy is now 10 months old and we couldn’t be happier with her, however precocious and ornery she is at times! ( that’s one of her best attributes, actually) We adore […]
Until she is spayed, a female’s heat cycle will repeat and continue for days and weeks at a time until she finds a mate. Spaying will stop the cycle along with the annoying behavioral issues that come along with it, such as constant vocalization and inappropriate urinating.