Blog: chrystal's fight to own a home!

A frugal woman's dream to own a home while the prices of everything rise!

Showing 2 posts from December 2009 for this blog.
Kitten de-worming
Monday, December 28, 2009

we have recently got a kitten from the animal shelter in our town. When we got the kitten we never asked many questions about her, we were told although that she had been checked recently by a vet and had her first shots!. Now that we have her we are not sure how come there is lack of firm bowel movements. I have consulted the vet with no luck. He was not concerned she was sick enough to be seen. I went to our Home hardware store and the girl there asked me if her tummy was swollen, and it being as it was she told me that the dihereah was more than likely caused by worms! imagine that!!! We bought up a de-worming pills treatment(4.99) and am hoping we can save our poor putty-cat form a cruel vet bill!(ranging from$ 80-$180) LOL anyways was wondering if a cat could be healthy after a treatment? have to wait i guess. She was happy to have a feast of wet food for the pill to activate, so i hope the worms don't have feast as well! Good luck little kitty, and please pray for her to be normal, as it can not be very pleasent to move homes and be sick all the while!

0 Comments | Post Feedback

Monday, December 28, 2009

0 Comments | Post Feedback

St Paul Canada
Blog Home
RSS Feed
Photo Album


Better Living
Budget and Finance
Food Tips and Info
Health and Body
Home Improvement
Valentine's Day


April 2012
November 2011
March 2011
February 2011
January 2011
December 2010
November 2010
October 2010
September 2010
January 2010
December 2009
June 2009
May 2009
March 2009
February 2009
January 2009
© 2020 - A website!
Disclaimer: cannot accept any responsibility for any injury or damage that you may cause to yourself, others, or property when following any advice given on this site. has no control of how you may use information you get from this site and does not attest to the validity of any information found within. Much of this information comes from third parties (newsletter readers and other contributers). Use advice found in our newsletters and on our site with common sense and at your own risk. If you see something in our newsletters or on our site that you disagree with, please let us know. Our goal is print only valuable information and advice.