Re: Pet Health-Reminder

Pet Care. Discussion of topics in relation to animals. Animal care information exchange/support. Support for Animal Rights.

Lilith is the Patron Goddess for this group. She asked that this group be opened. Lilith loves animals and is very strong in support for ethical treatment of animals and for animal rights. All of our Gods love animals, and many have chosen certain animals as their symbol to represent them, such as Satan, the peacock, the serpent; Lilith, the owl; Horus, the falcon; Anubis, the jackal and dogs. Animals are sacred in Satanism.

This group is for Joy of Satan members who have pets, and who care for animals. Satanism is living in harmony with nature and having respect for other creatures that inhabit this planet, along with respect and care for the environment.

This is a support group for assisting with knowledge in regards to animal nutrition, proper care and for animal rights.

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High Priestess Maxine Dietrich
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Re: Pet Health-Reminder

Postby High Priestess Maxine Dietrich » Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:17 am

Re: Pet Health-Reminder

PostSun Aug 12, 2018 3:21 am

There has been a trend within the past few years. There are books out and other sources that give bad advice regarding animal care. For one, promoting "crating" (keeping a dog or cat in a cage in one's house). This often leads to psychological problems for the pet. How would you feel if you were kept in a cage?

Another horrible one is the fallacy that cats don't need much water. From what I understand, this idiocy comes from a falsified history of Ancient Egypt, which they claim cats come from the desert.

I have raised cats for years, their entire lifetimes, and I will tell you, even with wet food, they drink plenty of water.

Plenty of fresh, clean water that is always available is essential for cats. I change and replenish water for both my cats and dogs several times a day.


In addition, there are some decent dry dog and cat food brands out there. They cost more, but are much cheaper than a vet bill.

Go figure who runs the media and gives bad advice. No different from humans "Call your doctor... "Call your doctor... "Call your doctor..."

They want everyone to be sick...$$$$$

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Re: Pet Health-Reminder

Postby DiscipleOfSatan » Sun Aug 12, 2018 10:29 am

In the country i live in, in the past few years they have been massively exterminating all kinds of farm animals periodically, using the pretext of preventing epidemics and the spread of disease. In the most recent mass extermination of animals, veterinary doctors and other specialists proved that the pretext of preventing epidemics was a lie, and that they killed hundreds of thousands of animals for absolutely no reason. Even if hypothetically the disease they used as a pretext really existed (but it was in reality all made up), even then the mass extermination would have been unnecessary because only the infected animals would need to be exterminated, not all animals. There are vaccines hyperimmune serums etc. Exterminating all the healthy animals in all surrounding cities with the pretext of preventing epidemics as they did would have been absolutely unnecessary even if the risk of epidemics which they used as a pretext actually existed. Probably, this was done in order to ruin small and medium farmers so the jewcy corporations can have total monopoly (i don't see other logical explanation)... By the way, all those vegan, 'animal rights' jewcy organizations, which are otherwise very active, and aggressive towards those eating meat, didn't said a word about hundreds of thousands of animals killed under a made up pretext, which proves that they have other purposes, and they don't actually give a f*** about animals.

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Aldrick Strickland
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Re: Pet Health-Reminder

Postby Aldrick Strickland » Sun Aug 12, 2018 1:49 pm

it was on the news back in march of this year. Mcdonalds fries cure baldness.

nevermind all this.

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HPS Shannon
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Re: Pet Health-Reminder

Postby HPS Shannon » Sun Aug 12, 2018 3:36 pm

Cats do need and drink water indeed but what has been found, over time, that eating dry food, especially the kind that is indecent is dehydrating in the long run and though cats drink water, with growing old age, the water they drink tends to become not enough to keep up with their hydration needs.

As I mentioned before there are many variables to the reasons for Kidney disease and cats but much is linked to dry food and also I was told that the neutering process leaves them prone to kidney failure and other endocrine issues because the hormones are removed that are to regulate the body. The kidney essence is pretty much gone with neutering so its important to be extra alert. This also makes sense according to TCM.

Yes, a good quality dry food is not a bad alternative but wet food is better and more natural for them.

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