Greetings, and thank you for checking out my blog. Nurse Nancy is just a few days away from arriving at a website near you and I wanted to give you an idea of what you’re in store for.
In case you haven’t guessed, this is a blog dedicated to improving the lives of pets, primarily cats and dogs. And one of the best ways to make sure your pet lives along, healthy, happy life is to get them spayed or neutered. Not only does it make their lives better, but it also can improve your life as well. Spayed and neutered pets have fewer health complications and they’re less likely to pee on your clothes, furniture or other household items.
There’s also a financial benefit. As a taxpayer, a large chunk of your money is being spent to house, adopt and euthanize homeless cats and dogs. In fact, in 2009, clinics in the Metro-Denver area spent over One-Million dollars to house, adopt and euthanize cats alone. And it’s not just homeless pets that need to be spayed and neutered either. Cats and dogs who are cared for in good families also need to be spayed and neutered since they are responsible for the majority of pets that end up in shelters or on the streets.
So follow along, make comments, send photos of your pets for the blog and help me spread the word about the importance of spaying and neutering you furry friends!