Does your pet think they’re human?

Dog = God.

Now that I have joint custody of my cat Nero, he tends to think he is the centre of my world when he’s with me – well if he understood the concept of a universe, Nero would expand to that way of thinking. Between him and my snake Pi, Nero takes 1st position (as he likes to tell me). Read more

Talk to the Animals – Segment

Live Chats.

Hello Everyone!

Thank you for all your participation regarding your animal babies. I know I said that I would choose the best 3 but there were so many questions that I went a little overboard and answered 8 people’s questions!!

You are more than welcome to share any new insights you may have gotten from this segment.

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Have you ever been given the Paw?

I remember the 1st time I ever realised that my pet was giving me the paw. Her name was Cubby and man did she push the boundaries with her strong will. Cubby was a stray cat that decided she wanted to live with me. Over the course of a month her visits became daily and so did her demand for food. Eventually she would sit next to me and then lie on my lap. That was when I knew she was mine – or so I thought! Read more

Knowing when it’s time.

It’s never easy having to make this decision – knowing when it’s time to say goodbye and how to go about it. Animals, for the most part, have an intuitive side that enables them to know when their time is drawing near. It’s instinctive to them. The hard part is for us humans, especially if the choice is left up to us. Vets can offer their opinions and will assist us and our pets as much as they can, however ultimately it is a family decision.
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Joint Custody – What are the rules?

There are many discussions on what happens when a family decides to go their separate ways and if they have children, sorting out the legalities of custody can be done amicably and with understanding.

There are guidelines on how to achieve this (this doesn’t imply that it is an easy process by any means).  If there are no children and their pets are considered ‘the kids in the family’, what are the rules for custody of the pets? Read more