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The holiday season is fast approaching. No doubt, this is one of the most awaited events of the year. And even three months before Christmas day, most households are preparing their home for the celebration. Christmas decorations are put up. Are you one of those early people who set up everything early?

Nothing is wrong with this. But think about the safety and security of your pets. If you have a feline friend at home, be wary that she may get too nosy, getting near your decorations, sniffing them, and even biting them. Records show that most cat owners say their cats commonly experience having Christmas decorations lodged into their bodies, especially in their digestive tracts. The most common items being lodged in cats’ bodies include string-like objects (e.g., string and lametta). Christmas dishes may also cause unwanted incidents in pets. Cooked poultry with bones may lead to injuries.

Consult your veterinary clinic Apple Valley, MN about the best ways to protect your pet from various health issues.


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