You guys look at this little sleepy stretchy black cat!!! Is this not the cutest!? AND IT’S A FUCKING PENDANT SO YOU CAN WEAR THIS LITTLE BEAUTY 😻😻😻
I am slowly falling completely in love with @spillerwoods’ work and I already know I’m gonna completely blow my first back to work paycheck on a little guy like this for my momma... Midnight, Leonidus, Winston Churchill, Agatha Christy, Jet, and finally Schorl... One black cat per decade she’s lived and I only realized this typing this out omg 😿😻 But she deserves a little baby like this to commemorate all her little furry black babies that have come and gone along with the one who’s still here (Shorl)💜
Please excuse my inactivity. Not so much posting but showing love to all you. Been dealing with a lot in life and my phone hasn't been my first priority. I'll be a lot more active once I'm smoking again. I wish you all the best and hope all is well with you guys 💚
For many of us, our pets are just as much an integral part of the familial clan as our parents or children. So when it comes to taking care of our families, we mustn’t forget the health of our furry friends.
Cats and dogs develop cancer at nearly the same rate as humans. There are roughly 12 million new cases of the disease between the two species every single year in the U.S. alone Yet many pet owners fail to consider cancer prevention in the same precautionary terms for their cuddly companions as they do for themselves and other loved ones.
Perhaps most obvious cancer risk factor is pet food.
Most commercially available pet food is loaded with ingredients that run contrary to what cats and dogs need for proper nutrition. These packaged pet foods includes things like genetically modified corn and wheat gluten that aren’t easily digested, and that in many cases go against the grain of proper animal nutrition.
Heavy processing combined with the use of added preservatives, fillers, and food dyes makes the situation even worse – contributing to chronic health problems like obesity, periodontal disease, diabetes, arthritis, and of course cancer.
While convenient, much of the commercial animal food sold as either dried kibble or “wet” food in cans is toxic for pets. Generally speaking, animals both domesticated and wild perform their best on a raw food diet composed of primarily meat and vegetables – not processed grains, rendered fat, and chemical preservatives which are commonly found in many commercial animal food products.
Dr. Patrick Mahaney, a Los Angeles-based veterinarian and veterinary acupuncturist, warns that nearly all commercial pet food is made from substandard “feed-grade” ingredients as opposed to human-grade. Feed-grade ingredients are legally allowed to contain all sorts of questionable contaminants that, if many pet owners knew they were present, would likely switch to other forms of nourishment. These offending substances include:
Mycotoxins, a poisonous byproduct of fungal mold growth that often forms on grains and seeds. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) says exposure to mycotoxins like *contined in comments*...