*  phone # & directions to nearest 24-hour clinic

  *  tweezers to remove ticks, burrs & splinters

  *  antibiotic ointment for wounds

  *  gauze bandage & bandage tape

  *  wound disinfectant

  *  heavy towel or blanket to use as stretcher

  *  Benadryl for allergic reactions

  *  sterile saline for flushing eyes

  *  disposable latex gloves

  *  muzzle

​  *  in evacuation situation, safest place for your pets is with you

​For responsible and kindhearted pet sitting in Meridian, Eagle and Boise

PawsWatch Professional Pet Visiting  ~  288-2810



​  Did you know that you can MICROCHIP your dog or cat at ANY age?

  A simple procedure ~ no anesthetic ~ injected between your pet's shoulder blades. 

  Without identification 90% of pets will NEVER be returned home.  
  Shelters & Rescue Groups routinely scan all incoming animals for a chip.

                 protect  your  pets            remember .....  


    DE-CLAWING is inhumane and barbaric ... 

​   equivalent to the amputation of a human's first knuckle.

    A cat will suffer it's entire life from this cruel, permanent loss of use.


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... and then be loved right back by them!

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​​FERALS are abandoned or lost cats... it is not THEIR choice!

At the cruel hands of human, they are dejectedly left to fend for themselves, young or old or ailing.

As with any other cat, they certainly would much rather by loved and cared for than to be forced to live alone outdoors with no owner.

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​​​​​​​​Love your pets in the best way by having a vet check their health annually

Remember... one human year is equivalent to 5 to 7 years for a pet

Numerous problems could develop within a short period of time that you would be unaware of as animals are instinctively driven to hide suffering, so be on the lookout for these subtle signs:

Change in behavior

Resistance to touch & wanting to be left alone

Sleeping in only one position


Excessive licking of an area

Not grooming

Abnormal body positions

Faraway look in the eyes

Changes in litter box habits


     The sadly misunderstood Feral Cat

       A FERAL's life is extremely sorrowful, undeserving of such lack of love and understanding.

  • Any offspring of this feral cat, will sadly only be handled by other FERAL cats, thus...
  • Without any human contact, it then becomes terrified of the unknown.  So when you see them hiss and running to hide, this is NOT what you may think is 'vicious' acting out, but instead their unfortunate reaction to fear.
  • The FERAL is so fearful, that when it is trapped in order to give it a better life, it will cower to the back of the trap and tremble with fright, often urinating.  It's only goal is to quickly escape... a FERAL will NEVER attack.
  • 10 to 15% of FERALS that are trapped turn out to be already tame abandoned cats, who in desperation take refuge with a FERAL colony.
  • Some FERALS have been left absolutely helpless to protect themselves, after having been pitifully declawed by cruel owners.
  • All too often, an elderly FERAL has lived it's life happily with it's beloved human... until that person passes.  Then enters the uneducated uncaring family members who decide to toss the pet out, as though simply an object without feelings. :( 

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