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Website with info that may help other furkids

Diane HooperDiane Hooper Member Posts: 314
edited 2 January, 2016 in Food & Nutrition
Happy New Year, All! I'm not on Catster much, but I wanted to share with you a website I built. It's basically a compilation of information I've learned due to my special needs kitties, Pookie and Bonnie. I make no promises as to whether the information will help your particular pet, but there may be something there that you find useful. I hope the information is received in the spirit it's intended. Please feel free to check it out: Again, Happy New Year, and Best Wishes for a Pawsome 2016! ;P |bb|
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