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The Holocaust at Miami Dade Animal Services

The Holocaust at Miami Dade Animal Services There is a great tragedy that has been on-going in Miami Dade county, and in spite of protests, petitions, and calls for action, it continues. The Miami Dade Animal Services (MDAS) shelter currently has a 91% kill rate, which is the highest of any shelter in the country. In 2009, more than 20,000 animals were euthanized out of 27,000, of which 85% were considered healthy and...

New Babies!

Isis delivered 3 gorgeous, healthy kittens on 1/8/11, 2 males and 1 female. They will definitely be either blue or seal point, but we won’t be able to confirm that for a few weeks. Aren’t they just gorgeous? Remember, you can see them live on the Kitten Cam! I am already taking deposits on these kittens and they will be ready to go to their new homes as of April...

KittenWatch Begins!

Isis officially begins KittenWatch today, which means she could be having her large litter at any time now! We always broadcast a live webcast from the kitten nursery so everyone can watch. You can watch it...

Kittens Due Jan 6th!

We have some very exciting news! Our last breeding between Isis and Hercules was successful and we will be expecting kittens on January 6th! After a thorough vet checkup, we have confirmed 5 (potentially 6) kittens, and they will be Seal, Chocolate, and Blue Points. If you would like to reserve a kitten, please email me for deposit instructions.

Siamese Cat keeps his dying owner awake long enoug...

Persistent feline earns place in Hall of Fame Cat keeps his dying owner awake long enough to call 911 Tyson is a Siamese cat who is getting the royal treatment after his licks saved the life of his owner. We’re talking a sheepskin-lined carrier, limousine rides, a medal, a certificate, a place in the spotlight and all the cat food he can eat for a year. Eight-year-old Ty is deservedly enjoying all the pomp and...

Katana – 04/25/06 to 02/19/10 – Foreve...

My beloved Siamese queen, Katana, passed away last Friday. Nearly a month ago, her health started to decline rapidly and she was diagnosed with Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia (IMHA), which is an auto immune disease. The prognosis in cats is never favorable, so we all knew it was a long shot. After weeks of hand feeding, medications, supplements, multiple vet visits, and all the nursing in the world… she finally...
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