The Snotty-Nosed Cat

“I didn’t know dogs and cats could get colds…” said a co-worker to me the other day in response to my comment about Lexington having a bad snotty nose. Yes, indeed, cats get colds as evidenced by Lexington’s snot-crusted right nostril and cheek, and runny right...

The Dogged Cat

Lexington’s two front legs make a languid stretch out from under his chest; first the left, then the right with his big paws leading the way.  He props himself up into a sphinx-like position, yawning as he awakes from napping on the porch.  He looks at me, blinks, and...
Veterinary healthcare workers need our love!

Veterinary healthcare workers need our love!

All pet patients are important to a veterinarian healthcare worker I bet the last time you took your cat – or dog, or bird, or horse – to the pet clinic, you weren’t thinking about how many pet patients your veterinarian healthcare professionals sees...