I introduced a new kitten the household about 3 months ago. We already had a cat and she didn't take to the new addition at all. After 3 months they are getting on ok but every now and then the original cat starts hissing, growling and slapping me and the new cat. There is no attempt to hurt the kitten or me but she just suddenly has a change in personality. I'm wondering if I should take her to see a vet or a animal therapist (weird i know). Do animal therapists exist in Singapore. I'm sure she just need something to calm her down.
Hi there I'm posting this for a friend. Pls take a look at the link with picture (flyer). We're looking for caring and responsible people to look after these two dogs. Thank you in advance!! p.s.: No money transaction involved. http://www.olxsg.com/2-cavelier-king-charles-mini-poodle-cross-breeds-up-for-adoption-iid-13416284
There is a special educational program on 30 Aug (Sat) 10am on Alaska Dogs at JSSC Toa Payoh Lor 1 and anyone interested can join this 60 min live program about Alaska dogs. For those who like to know more about operating an Alaska dog farm, they are encouraged ask questions to the presenters about their dogs during the program (presenters in Alaska). More details at http://www.connect1000.com/event.cfm
Are snake sightings quite common in Singapore especially around residential areas? My husband spotted a 50cm long thin black coloured snake last night in our condo complex. We don't live near alot of bushland so i'm wondering where he came from. I'm terrified of snakes, so will be watching where I walk from now on. Has anyone come across many snakes where you live?
I just caught my 5 month old kitten eating the leaves from a bunch of roses. I know I probably shouldn't have flowers in the house with a kitten but I have guests and wanted the house to have flowers and look nice. Does anyone know if roses are harmful or poisenous to kittens and or cats.