Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Happy 1st Birthday, Troy Bolton!!!

Today is not really the day Troy was born, but the day when he was rescued from the street. That day is very special to us so i declared September 16 as his birthday. He was so little when we took him home from the street. He's skin and bones but he's so cute and lovely. All cats are! No matter what breed they are, they're all so wonderful and precious creatures on earth.

I created this slide show for Troy, these pics reminds me of how Troy gave us joy and laughter at home.

Happy 1st Birthday, Troy.
Always remember we love you soooo much!

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Friday, September 11, 2009

And So We're Back!!!

After so many months of no-updates and no-posts, we're back again and want to share you this cat video i found on youtube. The cat is sooo adorable. Also check out his own youtube channel. Enjoy!

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Friday, March 6, 2009

Taking a Cat's Temperature

Just as with humans, a rise in a cat's body temperature indicates a problem, and a thermometer is an essential part of your home care kit. A thermometer with a narrow bulb end is best. To use it, shake the thermometer down until it reads below 96 degrees Fahrenheit / 35 degrees Celsius and cover it halfway with petrolium or K-Y Jelly. Hold the cat's tail, gently insert the thermometer into his rectum, and hold it there for at least a minute. Then remove the thermometer, wipe off the jelly with a tissue, and take the reading. A cat's normal body temperature is about 101 degrees Fahrenheit / 38.5 degrees Celsius. An elevated temperature in a cat is anything over 102 degrees Fahrenheit / 39 degrees Celsius and can indicate a number of conditions - some serious, some not - ranging from simple excitement to infection.
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