Brrr. Winter’s Chill is Back in Tallahassee

With lows forecasted to be in the 20s the next few days, it is time again to bring in the plants and pets.   But what happens when you can’t provide warm shelter to outdoor animals?

I found myself in this position when a stray cat decided to choose my house as a preferred place of shelter.  Though emotionally I have adopted the cat, I am unable to bring it indoors due to my indoor cat potentially being positive feline immunodeficiency virus (similar to human HIV.  So what’s a cat lover to do in my situation?

The Humane Society of the United States offers several tips for caring for outdoor cats during the cold winter nights.  Check out the link for how you can help our outdoor feline friends.

www.m.humanesociety.org/issues/feral_cats/tips/caring_cats_winter.html

About Creation's Care Pet Sitting

Having an undying love for animals of all shapes and sizes, it is no wonder that Virginia jumped at the opportunity to share her passion for animals with other animal lovers through Creation's Care Pet Sitting. Affectionately known as "Aunt V" by all her four legged furry friends, Virginia spent five years in the equine industry, serving as a therapeutic horseback riding instructor for individuals with disabilities before beginning her pet sitting career. Virginia is an active volunteer with the Companion Animal Rescue Endeavor (C.A.R.E.) in Tallahassee and supporter of the ASPCA.
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