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To keep your cat from scratching where you don't want them to, spray a fine mist of vinegar over the area. Once it's dry you wont be able to smell it, but kitty will, and she/he won't scratch on the area. You need to re-spray the area any time kitty shows interest in the area again. This also works for flower beds and other areas you don't want strays to be in.
Cold weather has arrived. Just like you need and want shelter from the rain, the cold, and the wind don't forget to offer your dog some as well. A rain proof dog house with a few blankets will do the trick. Make sure your friend's water dish is full as well, even in the cool weather fresh water is a must. And check your dog's collar, winter fur can make once lose collars tight.
2.) Preserve a safe community enviroment by securing stray/abandon animals.
3.) Decrease stray/abandon animal population by ensuring prospective adoptive pet is appropriate for customer.
4.) Coordinate with veterinary clinics for education of the public in regards to rabbies vaccination, spaying, neutering, and proper care of ill or injured animals.
5.) Heighten public awareness for proper pet care/safety and importance of spaying/neutering.
6.) Increase publlic awareness of city orinance requirements reguarding pet control, ownership licensing, and registration.
7.) Maintain an adequate number of professional animal control personnel.
8.) Increase public involvement in fund raising and donations for the Animal Control Shelter.
Adoption is easy. The fee is $20 for dogs and $15 for cats
hours of operation are:
Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday 9 am to noon