Edmonton Cat Fanciers ClubECFC is a cat club located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. We are affiliated with The International Cat Association (TICA), and are a Not-For-Profit Society.
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Be sure you keep your pets safe this Holiday Season. In addition to this list: Provide a safe get away. Your house will start to get busy as time ticks down to Christmas and New Years, be sure your kitty … Continue reading
Nail Trimming 101 Angela Hick-Ewing, RVT, St. Albert Animal Clinic Just like us pets require regular nail care to keep them comfortable. Nails that are too long can lead to discomfort walking, foot infections, broken pads and bleeding toes. Some … Continue reading
Quick and easy ways to recognize what is your cats normal routine. -Angela Hick-Ewing, RVT, St. Albert Animal Clinic Every cat is unique in his or her own habits. As a Registered Veterinary Technologist, I can say your veterinary team … Continue reading
A long time supporter of the Edmonton Cat Fanciers Club has graciously offered her services to families displaced or affected by the wildfires of Northern Alberta. Dr. Eunice Johannson Registered Psychologist is offering free group counselling for residents of Fort … Continue reading
Obesity in Pets – A Rising Epidemic Did you know that greater than 70% of Canadian pets have weight problems? Of those pets already battling the bulge about 50% of them are actually clinically obese. 1 extra pound for a … Continue reading
Lilies a Beautiful Catastrophe! -Angela Hick-Ewing, RVT – St. Albert Animal Clinic Lilies and cats should never meet. All parts of the plant are extremely toxic to cats. Even nibbling 1 leaf or grooming off pollen from a paw can … Continue reading
Owning a pet is a life long responsibility. It is always important to research the pet you are getting to ensure it will match your lifestyle. Will the pet be active enough for you or too active? Will the pet … Continue reading
Nerium oleander, commonly known as oleander, grows widely in areas of the southern and western United States. It’s beautiful but can be deadly for many animals, so make sure you know how to treat exposures.
Every holiday season, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center fields calls dealing with several common holiday situations that put pets at risk. Here are some tips that you can share with your clients, post on your Facebook page, or bookmark … Continue reading