This was posted by Soledad Gallego at the Solano/Napa County – Pet Detectives Facebook group:
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I’m missing my cat. She’s a small Bengal cat about two years old and responds to the name Bella or Gato. She was wearing a blue collar with roses. If found please message me. She’s dearly missed by me and my family.
One important thing is to stock a pet first aid kit. Which would include: an assortment of bandages, pads and rolls of gauze, tweezers (for removing splinters, debris from eyes, etc.), pet thermometer, bottled water (enough for 5-7 days). To learn of more items to add & other ways to be prepared, please click on, The Contemporary Pet
Update (4-28-17): They’ve all been rehomed. Stephanie is involved with bird rescue. If you’re interested in fostering/adopting birds, then, let me know & I can get you in touch with her. This was shared by Stephanie Durham at the Solano and Napa County Animal Rescue Facebook group: Hi, everyone. This campaign has a twofold benefit. Getting us out of this, unpleasant (to put it mildly), studio that we’ve been in for three years (read our most recent post about it) & being able to do more for the animal rescue, etc community. I volunteer with the kitties at the local shelter & we’ve adopted in the past. Your prayers, good thoughts, positive energy & shares are much appreciated. Thanks.
One thing, 80% of orange tabbies are male. I already knew the majority of them are. They’re not sure why, though. I’ve had three orange kitties in my life. The first was when I was eight to 18. It was my & my grandma’s. He had wandered onto our property. We lived in a more rural area just outside of town. We’d often get strays. Though some belonged to somebody & we made sure we got them back to their person. When I was 28 to 30 & living (renting from) with my grandma again, she adopted an orange cat. After I married, I would still see him, when I/we visited my grandma. 2 1/2 years after my husband & I married, we adopted our first kitty together. An orange male who was four. He crossed the Rainbow Bridge a couple of months ago. He was 19 1/2. All three of them were major loves. Several of the kitties, at the shelter where I volunteer, have been orange. Orange ones also tend to be more mellow. Please go to, I Heart Cats, to read the rest of the list.
Cats can make great gardening companions. Besides lazing in the sun & chasing butterflies, there are plants they like to nibble on. Unfortunately, some plants can be toxic & dangerous for your favorite feline. To find out some safe ones, including, catnip (one that many kitties enjoy), please go to: Simon’s Cat
What is it with cats and cardboard boxes? We used to have the occasional delivery and as a treat we would let the cats play with the empty box for a couple of days. Lately there have been more deliveries, so I piled several in a heap in the dining room and let them get […]