Archive for January 28, 2015
Recently, the strange, true tale of how one cat, which seemed to be dead for all intents and purposes, clawed its way out of its shallow grave and found its way back to its owners has been making its rounds on the Internet.
Ellis Hutson’s cat, Bart, was hit by a car and left for dead on the side of the road. Hutson said that he buried Bart under a foot of earth where he found the poor feline.
Somehow, though, Bart was able to dig his way through the earth, and found his way to Hutson’s neighbor’s front lawn… days later.
With no explanation for how it was possible, telling Bart’s rescuers that he was dead sure the cat had died, Hutson rushed the feline to the nearest advanced veterinary care center, where he immediately underwent the necessary pet surgery to save his new life.
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), 37% of American households have dogs as pets and 30% of homes have cats. Vet care is important when you’re thinking about the wellbeing of your animal, and the AVMA reports that the average dog owner in the United States makes about 2.6 visits to the vet each year. Being a pet owner brings up lots of questions, and you may find yourself asking things like, How do I choose the right vet? or What do I do when my pet has an emergency?
As a pet owner, it’s important to know the best ways to care for your pet, which includes knowing how to choose a veterinarian technician. For anyone who is interested in learning about the best ways to care fo