Here are some pet holidays for November:

November is National Pet Awareness Month.

National Senior Pet Month.

Pet Cancer Awareness Month.

Pet Diabetes Month.

First full week of Nov: National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week.
 
National Cat Week - First week in November
 
Nov. 17: National Black Cat Day

Coming in December:

Dec. 10: International Animal Rights Day
 
PET FOOD NEWS
 
Worried about pet food safety? Report Problems to the FDA!
 
Monitor the latest recalls:
 
 
 
Shelter feed links:

http://bit.ly/Food4Animals
 
animalwebaction.com
(It's in French, but you can tell where to click to help the animals.)
 
 
 
 
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Helpful Links:
 
From Dr.Andrew Jones:
"I recently posted a NEW video on How to make a specific cancer remedy at home.  It is backed by science, and showing some pretty impressive results with people. I personally would be doing exactly this if I were to have another dog or cat with cancer."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvvKUWhWcQU
 
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Nov. 8, 2017
Disturbing but Urgent Information About Pet Food
 
Greed and politics are not unique to any one country when it comes to the issues of the day, such as feeding the people, or our pets. We need to pay close attention to the quality of the foods we eat and the foods we give our pets because we are the only ones who truly care about proper nutrition for health. The following information illustrates this point.
 
This article is about dog food in Latvia. So why am I sharing it with you here, in a
cat newsletter? It involves cat food, too, though it's not the highlight of the story and was not studied as the dog food was. I present it to you for a couple of reasons:
 
1. As a loving pet owner (cat or dog or other animal) it is truly up to us to "do our homework" when providing the best care and safe products.
 
2. This story illustrates clearly how the authorities, the government, the big companies, the "powers that be," etc. will completely ignore consumers in order to perpetuate their profit agendas. They categorically do not care about us or our pets and will strongly deny any connections between their products and our health, unless it's to say it's all good. Now, more than ever, it's definitely Buyer Beware!

http://eng.lsm.lv/article/society/health/toxic-substance-found-in-dog-food.a247068/

More links to help you do some investigations on your own:

Why Cats Need Canned Food:
www.littlebigcat.com
Cats are true carnivores, requiring a meat-based diet.
 
How big corporate interests try to control us:
 
 
How Kibble Cleans Your Cat's Teeth:
http://catcentric.org/2015/10/07/just-how-does-kibble-clean-your-kittys-teeth/
(Hint: It doesn't.)
 
 
 
Humorous and heartwarming
 

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