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Gidget was adopted this evening!! ... See MoreSee Less

Gidget was adopted this evening!!

 

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What a sweetie!

Thank you & God bless you always!! Gidget is a little doll!!!

 

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Are you covered in fur as well?!

Some animals prefer it outside, my great pyrenees would die in the house.

16 hours ago

SpayMart

⚠️10 Things to Know About Cancer in Cats⚠️

1. In older cats, the odds of getting cancer are about 50/50.

2. Cats commonly get certain types of cancer. Most often in cats are mammary cancer (breast cancer), skin cancer (lumps and bumps) and lymphoma (usually in the intestines). However, there are many different type of cancer, and cats can get other cancers, even very rare ones.

3. Vomiting is NOT normal in cats (and it IS one of the signs of cancer in cats).

4. Different cancers have different symptoms. Depending on the type of cancer a cat has, you might see vomiting, diarrhea, changes in appetite and weight loss.

5. Early detection is key to survival when it comes to cancer in cats. The earlier cancer is discovered, the better your cat’s treatment options are. Check your cat monthly for lumps and bumps, feeling all over her body for anything out of the ordinary. If you find a lump the size of a pea or larger, and it’s still there a month later, it’s time for an immediate vet visit.

6. Some cancers in cats are very treatable. Some skin cancers can be completely removed with surgery, especially if you catch them when they are small. Even internal cancers can be treated, depending on the type of cancer and how long your cat has had cancer.

7. Cancer in cats is treated similarly to cancer in people.

8. Chemotherapy usually won’t make your cat sick.

9. If your vet suspects cancer, certain tests can reveal the issue.

10. Cats can live for many years after a cancer diagnosis.

Have any of your cats ever had cancer before? What tips would you add for dealing with cancer in cats?

#Cancersucks #cathealth
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⚠️10 Things to Know About Cancer in Cats⚠️

1. In older cats, the odds of getting cancer are about 50/50.

2. Cats commonly get certain types of cancer. Most often in cats are mammary cancer (breast cancer), skin cancer (lumps and bumps) and lymphoma (usually in the intestines). However, there are many different type of cancer, and cats can get other cancers, even very rare ones.

3. Vomiting is NOT normal in cats (and it IS one of the signs of cancer in cats).

4. Different cancers have different symptoms. Depending on the type of cancer a cat has, you might see vomiting, diarrhea, changes in appetite and weight loss. 

5. Early detection is key to survival when it comes to cancer in cats. The earlier cancer is discovered, the better your cat’s treatment options are. Check your cat monthly for lumps and bumps, feeling all over her body for anything out of the ordinary. If you find a lump the size of a pea or larger, and it’s still there a month later, it’s time for an immediate vet visit.

6. Some cancers in cats are very treatable. Some skin cancers can be completely removed with surgery, especially if you catch them when they are small. Even internal cancers can be treated, depending on the type of cancer and how long your cat has had cancer.

7. Cancer in cats is treated similarly to cancer in people.

8. Chemotherapy usually won’t make your cat sick.

9. If your vet suspects cancer, certain tests can reveal the issue.

10. Cats can live for many years after a cancer diagnosis.

Have any of your cats ever had cancer before? What tips would you add for dealing with cancer in cats?

#Cancersucks #cathealth

2 days ago

SpayMart

Spaying and neutering SAVES LIVES! Unwanted dogs, cats, puppies and kittens are abandoned of surrendered to animal shelters every day!

By spaying and neutering you help to reduce the number of unwanted or lost or discarded or simply unlucky animals who will be euthanized for lack of a home — dogs and cats, puppies and kittens, all shapes, colors, sizes, ages, mixed breed and pure bred. They are euthanized to make room for more of them, again and again.
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Spaying and neutering SAVES LIVES!  Unwanted dogs, cats, puppies and kittens are abandoned of surrendered to animal shelters every day!

By spaying and neutering you help to reduce the number of unwanted or lost or discarded or simply unlucky animals who will be euthanized for lack of a home — dogs and cats, puppies and kittens, all shapes, colors, sizes, ages, mixed breed and pure bred. They are euthanized to make room for more of them, again and again.

 

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You can donate to our spay/neuter fund here: www.facebook.com/donate/583701502060537/

GeeGee adopted tonight!! ... See MoreSee Less

GeeGee adopted tonight!!

 

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Have a long happy life together!

Congratulations

Beautiful! Thank you for adopting. God bless you & your family always!

So cute

GeeGee is gorgeous! Enjoy her and thanks for adopting!

So sweet!!!

Awww! Sweet baby! Yay! Thank you!

She's so sweet!

🤗

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3 days ago

Spaymart Kitten Foster

JPAS Eastbank, #1 Humane Way, Harahan, LA 504-736-6111. Salem, adult male, front declawed ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Such a cutie

what A HANDSOME BOY! I WOULD LOVE to take him home! ! But I can't. Dammit.

His age estimate is less than 3 years

What a looker!

Mayra Cucullu!!

Christina Marie Nelson

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Beautiful Amelia warmed the hearts of this family. Her new name will be Hella, the sister of Thor ( her doggy brother). ... See MoreSee Less

Beautiful Amelia warmed the hearts of this family. Her new name will be Hella, the sister of Thor ( her doggy brother).

 

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Yippee!

Yay! Oh happy day! Thank you!

Too cute!

How sweet. Super cute pic!

Now, THAT'S a beautiful family photo! Thank y'all & God bless you all!!

Sooo Cute! “Hella”certainly will have a lot of playmates. Lucky kitty...lucky kiddos.

Congratulations

Awwh!

Derek A. Coleman

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