Huh..it doesn’t exactly look painted, but maybe someone’s idea of a mean joke?
A cat in Bulgaria is feeling a little bit green lately.
According to multiple reports the furry feline has been roaming around the streets with other cats, but failing to blend in due to the bright hue of its fur.
Locals originally thought he was painted as an act of vandalism, and set up a Facebook group to catch the guilty parties.
But as it turns out, it’s reported that his illuminating fur was caused from taking some cat naps in a bunch of synthetic green paint inside of a garage.
With all the sick facebook pages encouraging animal cruelty, this is good to know.
If you witness cruelty on Facebook, abuse to children or animals in videos or pictures, please do not report to Facebook; if you report to Facebook the evidence will be destroyed.
INSTRUCTIONS for REPORTING ANIMAL CRUELTY and PEDOPHILES on FACEBOOK.
- Do NOT Report to FaceBook.
- Click HERE to Report to INTERPOL
- Send INTERPOL the URL to the Picture or Video you want to report.
- For Example: Click on THIS LINK: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=398371743619562&set=vb.178059602250237&type=2&theater
- THEN Click HEREfor INTERPOL Report Page.
- Put your Email Address in the Appropriate Box, Put “GRAPHIC VIOLENCE ON FACEBOOK” in the Subject Box, and then paste the “URL” going to the Photo or Video you wish to report – with a brief message to INTERPOL (see below for sample).
I have been witness to blatant animal cruelty (or child abuse) on Facebook at the following link:
These images are extremely disturbing and…
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Nice work, Officers!!!!!
Let’s hope and pray every single dog recovered from the scene will be given amazing vet care and a second chance at life with new and loving families.
Vick’s dogs showed us that happily ever after is very possible for even the most scarred, traumatized dogs.
Let’s hope no one gives up on these guys!
It’s more important than ever to discover safe, healthy homemade dog treats!
You’ll have to pardon my lack of editing savvy and camera skills, but Shiloh does have her own channel on Youtube now, and while we’re planning better content to come, we recently did a little OraPup Review.
We plan to make some videos revolving around DYI dog treats, other product reviews, maybe some canine fashion shows..who knows? It seems like a really fun way to share in a like-minded community of dog lovers, so we look forward to getting some better stuff up there soon!
OraPup, “Tastes Better than Butt!”
We also made a “Dog Tag” Video where we answered 20 questions about Shiloh.
And, we’re happy to report that we were able to help rescue a dog in Arizona, so of course I made a little video about his rescue story here too!
Hope to see some of you give us a visit on Facebook or the Youtube!
Shiloh’s Dog Boutique
Our Shiloh is on a low dose of Prednisone, and has had some behaviorial changes lately. Namely, she gets horribly startled if you touch her while she’s sleeping, and will respond by growling and even snapping. This is SO not her usual personality, so I’m really glad her dose has been going lower and lower over time. Hopefully it’s now safe to just take her off. I will be discussing this with the vet soon. Have any of you had these issues with Prednisone in your dogs?
Steroids are used in veterinary medicine quite often. The physical side effects are well known and well documented. In people and rats, there are psychological and behavioral side effects ranging from anxiety and depression to an increase in aggression. This is due to the complex effects of steroids on the brain that involve multiple neurotransmitters.
Do dogs have psychological changes as a result of receiving steroids? A recent preliminary study suggests that the answer is yes.
The study that was done with respect to steroids and behavior changes in dogs was a small preliminary study that will serve as a base for more thorough and in-depth studies that are needed to really answer this question. In this preliminary study, 33% of dogs showed behavioral changes. The changes that the owners reported are as follows:
- an increase in the startle response
- food guarding
- decrease in activity level
- increase in avoidance responses
- irritable aggression
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