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Top 5 Calm Cats for Kids

1. Birman

This cat breed loves to love – both giving and receiving it. The Birman is smart and very receptive to training. You may even be able to get your Birman to walk with a leash if you start early enough. 410 more words

Microchipping and Bringing Lost Pets Home

If you find a stray pet, the first thing you want to do is bring it in to us so that we can scan her for a microchip (for free!).  878 more words

10 Strange Cat Behaviors Explained

Chatters at Birds

Some behaviorists speculate that it has something to do with cats’ pent-up frustration of not being able to go outside and catch the bird.

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TAFE essential to a diverse and polychromatic VET system

22 April 2014

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The LH Martin Institute provided a submission in May 2013 to the House of Representatives Inquiry into the role of TAFE. The submission proposed a new national partnership that would supersede the current National Partnership Agreement, which was established in April 2012 at the Council of Australian Governments meeting but has since broken down in key respects such as overall funding of VET and maintaining the capacity of TAFE. 1,065 more words

Vocational Education & Training

The What's and Why's of Microchipping Your Pet

If you’ve ever lost your pet, you know that terrible feeling at the pit of your stomach that you’ll never see them again.  Pet parents find themselves running around plastering posters all over the neighborhood to no avail.  138 more words

One healthy puppy

I am beyond thrilled to say that our puppy Lucy is healthy. I’ve been worried since she arrived, especially since we know absolutely nothing about her parents, where she came from and how long she was wandering outside. 788 more words

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Vet Visits and Vomit

This will be a short post as I was distracted last night and didn’t write a post for today. Now, I am sitting at the hair dresser getting my hair dyed purple! 364 more words

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