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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.
- cecilia levallois
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My cat Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui was named after the Incas¨ best emperor and like the monarch, my Pachacuti was a macho macho being. He refused to tolerate spaying, and every time we attempted he fled. He died with his virility completely intact, mangled by a pair of chowchows while chasing an alluring queen in heat. Playful, insolent, rowdy and noisy, he was his cousin Vespasian´s best friend. His mother Rojita Xepacachimba had already preceded him over the Rainbow Bridge when she died on July 15th 2005 due to childbirth. Obviously a historian´s cat, he might be teaching Inca history over there. I miss his loud yowling and his bites.Cecilia Ruiz de Ríos, Nicaraguan historian.