We’re receiving policy statements from all sorts, of businesses and organization so we thought you might want to know about KittyCorner’s policies in these worrisome times. First, it’s safe to pet and cuddle with your pets. According to the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association, “There is no evidence that dogs or other pets can contract or spread COVID-19.” This is … Read More
By Micaiah Catherine Jean Borchers Chances are if you live in a rural or even suburban environment, you live close to feral cats – skittish, roughened wild cats that may look like they need some human help, only to run away when approached. These cats aren’t tame and in no way willing to be a house cat and are … Read More
By Donna M Condliffe It is true to say that our pets are part of the family and we are a nation of animal lovers. Statistics show us that 7.3 million people across the UK have a Dog or a Cat and in fact 43% of households have at least one furry, feathery or scaly friend. Did you know that … Read More
Christmas came a few days early for our kitties. For the second year, the Staff, doctors and nurses at the Upstate emergency department collected items for KittyCorner at Christmas, and there were so many treats, toys, snuggly blankets, and too many other things to mention.
By Nedda Wittels Today, many rescued animals experience PTSD. They need help to heal before they can integrate into your family. Animal Communication and Energy Healing are two powerful tools to assist them. Why do so many animals experience trauma today? Many of the reasons are similar to those experiences that can cause PTSD in humans. ~~ Too early … Read More