All about Roxie
Cats and dogs have plenty of fur and the battle of the fur and the household never seems to end. Cats and dogs don’t seem to care much about losing a bit of fur but it does bother many humans. Given that the fur problem for humans is not likely to end anytime soon is there anything we can do to reduce the amount of fur that cats and dogs shed?
The answer is ‘yes and no’ and has a lot to do with the personality of the human not the cat or dog. Dogs and cats shed and that is a fact of life. They can no more stop shedding than we humans can stop shedding. (Humans shed skin cells and lose body/head hair every single day).
- tammy gelean
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- AB, Canada
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Um. I had this cat since I was eight. When we got her she was taken from her mother too soon so it became my duty to feed her with an eyedroper. After that she never left me alone. When I moved out of my moms house I had to leave her behind until I got my own place. My mom called me about two months later telling me there was something wrong with her. I went up to her place (which was about an 8 hour drive away) When I got there I saw that she had loss massive amounts of weight and that her back foot was bald. Upon visiting the vet I was told plain and simple that it was because I wasn't there.
She slept like a human, cuddled with me with her head on a pillow and covered with a blanket. That cat was my best friend. We had to put her to sleep due to cancer and kidney failure. She had been fine until one day everything went. I am sure that she was faking it just to not worry me. Because it was like one day she was FINE and the next I was putting her to sleep.
I miss her more then I thought that I would and nights are not the same. But me and my fiancee have gotten two more kittens to bless outr life. And I know that Roxie is always there with me.