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Be Kind To Pets
is a public education service sponsored
by Asiahomes Internet.
These pictures were published in 1998.
The cat was licking tail end and back. The cause could be itchiness in the
anal sacs which contains two oil glands. Although rarely obstructed or infected,
it happened in this cat. Early veterinary treatment is advised as the cat suffers prolonged itch and bites
off its skin (see arrow in photo).
This Maltese pup was imported as
a 2-month-old from Australia and sold immediately. It died 2 days after
purchase from viral infections in March 1998 and the Buyer cancelled his credit card
payment to the dog dealer. It is best to buy older pups as they are stronger.
How your pets can live to a ripe old age?
Prevention of diseases by yearly vaccination and veterinary check up is
an inexpensive approach.
Itchy eyes, eye discharge, sneezing, coughing, loss of appetite in an 18-year old
Very few cats in the world live up to a ripe old age of 20 years. The above 18-year
old cat is one of the oldest in Singapore.
She had not been eating for the past few days. She was coughing, sneezing and was
not eating for the past few days.
The source of the cat flu virus was the stray kittens brought into the apartment and the
meeting with outside cats. Do remember to vaccinate your cat and dog yearly to protect
them against viruses.
Singapore cat owners don't vaccinate their pets yearly.
This old cat survived after treatment but not all geriatric cats will.
Dogs, as well as cats do need yearly vaccination. If you can spare the time to vaccinate
your pets, you will save a lot of veterinary costs in treatment and prevent suffering of
your pets as viral infections cannot be cured by antibiotics.
There are many pet transport people to bring your cat to the vet if you don't have time to
do so. One of them is Patrick, tel. 4833 833, 4844 844.
Discover how your pets can live longer by reading educational stories in
the Be Kind to Pets
community education project for Singapore pet owners supported by Asiahomes Internet.