The Paw Project-Utah Partners with Rescues to Increase Adoptions
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Many shelter cats are less likely to be adopted because they have behavioural problems such as improper urination, hiding and biting due to being declawed. The Paw Project-Utah (PP-U) has recognized that these cats need an assessment of their damaged … please continue reading

Signs of Cat Pain (from Paw Project-Utah)
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Intro: People are becoming more sensitive to the signs of a cat in pain. People are more aware about the emotional state of the domestic cat. At one time, not so long ago, people weren’t even sure whether cats felt … please continue reading

My Interview with Dr. Kirsten Doub, Director of Paw Project Utah
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I recently had the extreme pleasure of interviewing Utah veterinarian Dr. Kristen Doub. She is a cat lover extraordinaire who is greatly concerned about feline health and their welfare. But what is extra-special about Dr. Doub’s practice is her unwillingness … please continue reading