Rabbit now walks AND has a new home! Enjoy this update from the Huffington Post.
Dr. Sherry Sanderson, a board-certified veterinary nutritionist, helps explain what fruits are safe for your dog to eat.
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8-year-old Domestic Shorthair Cat
Owned by Sherry Sturgis
Twin City, Ga.
Editor's note: Albert's story was written by his owner Sherry Sturgis
Albert’s case depicts what the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine’s Teaching Hospital is all about. Albert was found as a stray under a car. Little did I know I was rescuing a kitten that would impact my life forever. He was my first child. He walked with me and loved me through years of difficult infertility, infertility treatments, a miscarriage, and then the success of a pregnancy. Albert slept on my belly throughout my pregnancy and welcomed home a new baby “brother” in 2011. He lived, loved, ran and played, like most cats; he just required more care and attention ...