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Help pets handle cold weather #887

Help pets handle cold weather

All though they wear their coats all year round, winter is an adjustment for cats and dogs too. Here are some tips from the American Humane Society to keep your pets healthy during the cold winter:
- Keep pets inside when the temperature reaches 30 degrees with the wind-chill. Dogs and cats can get frostbitten ears, nose and feet if left outside.
- If your dog always stays outside make sure it has a dry elevated house with clean, dry bedding and a flap over the opening to keep drafts out. It is a good idea to add dog door to the garage with a soft cushion in the warmest corner.
- Check all outside water bowls throughout the day to make sure they are not frozen.
- The chemicals used to melt snow on the streets and sidewalks can irritate your pet’s paws. Before your pet goes outside, use petroleum jelly on its paws to protect its paws from the deicing materials.
- Make sure a cat hasn’t crawled under your can seeking shelter and warmth near the engine. The cat could get caught in the fan and be seriously injured when the engine starts. Open the hood of your car or slap it noisily with you hand before starting the engine on cold days to startle any animal sleeping there.

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Thanks to: Alicia - USA. - rec.:Dec 9, 2002 - pub.:Dec 13, 2002 - sent.:Feb 19, 2012
QUESTIONING OUR QUESTIONS #3232

If we don’t like the answers life keeps giving us, then perhaps we should change our questions.

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Thanks to: Walt Haskins - Lahaina, Hawaii - USA. - rec.:Jan 26, 2005 - pub.:Mar 11, 2005 - sent.:Jul 4, 2013
THE BIG PROBLEM WITH HUMILITY #3407

Humility would be much more popular if we could just find a way to flaunt it.

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Thanks to: Walt Haskins - Lahaina. Hawaii - USA. - rec.:Mar 26, 2005 - pub.:Apr 8, 2005 - sent.:Feb 23, 2013
THE LIMITS OF FREEDOM #3357

Its citizens doing anything that they want; that is chaos do not measure the freedom of a nation.
Its citizens being free from worry that is dependency do not measure the freedom of a nation.
Its citizens having their dreams fulfilled by government do not measure the freedom of a nation; that is the responsibility of the individual.
The freedom of a nation however, is measured by the absence of restraints placed upon its citizens by government other than those restraints that prevent its citizens from interfering with the freedoms of others.

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Thanks to: Walt Haskins - Lahaina, Hawaii - USA. - rec.:Feb 25, 2005 - pub.:Mar 17, 2005 - sent.:Jul 5, 2013
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