We’ve all seen examples of the “perfect” cat, who will curl up with you on the couch and let you pet and brush him for hours, and who sleeps peacefully at the foot of your bed all night long.
In reality, cats are individuals just like their humans, and they have their own ideas about… well, just about everything!
One of our fabulous recent cat adopters has a question about their new family member’s “biting” behavior:
“…how can we keep her from biting when she gets overly excited. At night when we are sleeping she will jump up and bite our hands to wake us up to pet her, or if she’s sitting by us and we are petting her, she gets so excited that she will randomly attack our hand… why does she do this and how can we make her stop?”
There are two separate issues at . . . → Read More: Cat behavior: Love Hurts! When your cat says “FANGS for the new home!”
Forget Me Not Animal Shelter now has both cat buildings and dog buildings open and accepting adoptable pets – YAY!
Unfortunately, the only way we can continue accepting dogs into the adoption program is if more people sign up to volunteer as dog caregivers. We are losing two of our primary dog caregivers, and will no longer have enough volunteers to provide the necessary daily care for us to safely and humanely house dogs. Please do not make the mistake of thinking “someone else will do it” – so far, Someone Else has not stepped up, leaving us in danger of closing just when we finally got going. We need your help!
There are 14 caregiver shifts per week: 7 morning shifts, generally starting around 8:30 (although a bit earlier or later is OK), and 7 evening shifts, generally starting 5:30-6:30.
Depending on the type and number of dogs . . . → Read More: Volunteer to help dogs