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Mid Michigan Cat Rescue

Cat Health and Behavior

Cat and Kitten Wellness Plans

A Wellness Program to keep your cats and kittens in tip top shape!

Bringing Home Your Cat

What to do after adopting your cat!

Integrating Your New Cat

How to integrate your new cat into his new home.

The Importance of Claws

Why cats have claws and why declawing is so discouraged.

Alternatives to Declawing

So you've decided not to declaw! Yay! What are the alternatives?

Outdoor vs Indoor

Why you should keep your cats indoors.

Upper Respiratory Infection in Cats

In a typical shelter, many cats are taken in every day, some of which have never received proper health care, and many of who are already carrying infectious diseases. Some cats show no signs of illness. Upper respiratory infection or URI is the cat equivalent of a human cold or flu infection, and this disease often affects cats and kittens.
Get the facts and learn how to treat this infection!

Ringworm in Cats

Ringworm is a fungal infection of the skin that is transmitted by contact with spores. Ringworm is zoonotic which means it can be transmitted from animals to humans.
Get the facts and learn how to treat Ringworm now!

Poison Plant List

Pets, especially puppies and kittens, tend to explore their world by putting everything in their mouth. This may help them learn about their environment, but it can also be harmful. Many plants are dangerous.
Learn which plants are OK and which it may be time to put outside!
Mid-Michigan Cat Rescue Inc. | 1117 Tulip St. Grand Ledge, MI 48837
Phone: 517-622-4653 | Organization Website: www.mid-michigancatrescue.com | Director's Email: sarahvicary@yahoo.com