Each year, many children get rabbits around Easter for pets. While rabbits make great pets, they do involve work and responsibility like any pet. Sure they are all nice and cuddly, but soon the cage will need to be cleaned. They will need to be fed when you got all comfortable on your couch and just remembered that you forgot to feed the rabbit, and then they will get into things that you do not want them near. Plus, possibly leaving a few gifts called droppings around at times.
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Ever wonder what to do about your overweight cat? Obesity in cats is very common and can predispose the cat to diabetes, Hepatic Lipidosis and arthritis. Overweight and actually obese cats outnumber cats of normal weigh and are being seen more and more commonly by veterinarians for various disorders. Weight loss plans in cats needs to be approached very carefully. This page will help you determine what to do about overweight cats so that your kitty won't have to be encumbered by obesity.
There are more cats than dogs in the USA at this time. And 40 percent of those cats are considered to be obese!
You can probably guess the two most common uncaged pets being the dog and cat. But do you have any idea on the third? Rabbits? No. Horses? No. It is ferrets. Those friendly always curious little critters that look like they have fun all day. Now, some of you are probably thinking ...