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Water is the elixir of life and it is essential to all living things. Our pets need to have access to water at all times and their water bowls should be filled with fresh water every single day. When our pets don’t get enough water dehydration can occur. Sometimes though, our pets drink too much water and although we know that water is good for our pets, too much is too much. Serious health problems can occur when our pets drink too much water. Sometimes the reason they drink so much stems from psychological or behavioural problems; other times the reason is medical. Either way, drinking too much water is dangerous for pets.
When a pet drinks too much water, its urinary system is also affected. What goes in must come out so thirst and urination are naturally linked.
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My cat Flavius Vespasian Cecilio was born on Saint Cecilia´s Day, Nov. 22d, 2005, the third son from my queen Khurrem Abebé. Named after the Roman emperor who began the construction of the Colosseum, he was wise, prudent, sensible and very loyal. He was a peaceful being and he loved to watch me cook. He was the perfect historian´s cat: pragmatic, practical and with a good eye for detail. I still miss him, but I know he must have a terrific catering service up there beyond rainbow bridge. He is buried in my garden, but he lives on in my kitchen and certainly in my heart. Cecilia ruiz de Ríos, Nicaraguan historian, webmistress of www.cablenet.com.ni/historyarte