Parrots are intelligent and engaging pets that need hours of attention every day. When an emergency leaves your schedule changed for a few weeks and you can't keep such a close eye on your high demand pet, you may come home one evening to find your parrot is missing most or all of its feathers. Play the role of a pet detective to discover why your bird is yanking out its feathers so you can solve the problem and restore their health.
Hi! My name is Lisa Caldwell, and I often refer to myself as the cat lady. My husband isn’t as proud of that title as I am. Oh, he loves our cats. It’s just that every time he says no more cats, it seems I find a poor little kitten stranded in the snow or wandering the streets. We have a nineteen-year-old cat, a twelve-year-old, and three cats under the age of two. Each one has been rescued or came from the local Humane Society. We also have an eighty-five pound dog who thinks he’s one of the cats. I never bring a new kitten into the house and just toss them into the mix. I have a particular method of introducing a new pet into the household. I am going to share how this works, also how we feed and care for new kittens. Enjoy!