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Jun 21, 2017 ... Pet parents beware: Wine, tuna, chocolate, and yarn are just a few of the surprising household items that can kill your cats.


There are many ways that cats can get poisoned by ingesting things commonly found around the home. You can find additional information on Human Foods to  ...


Mar 28, 2013 ... The report said that free-ranging domestic cats kill 1.4 billion to 3.7 billion birds and 6.9 billion to 20.7 billion mammals every year.


Feb 4, 2015 ... Previous attempts to trap and kill cats haven't been very effective, but now a new solution is on the horizon. It's called Eradicat—a combination ...


You may be surprised to find out which household substances are most toxic to your cat. WebMD tells you what to keep out of harm's way.


I didnt't know that antifreeze could kill cats until I read this article and I know many others didn't as well. Now that they told us these dumb teens ...


Jan 9, 2012 ... I copied the question above (typos and all) from a 2002 message thread on the revenge-obsessed website Bombshock titled “How to Kill a Cat.


Jan 19, 2012 ... Distraught single mum-of-one Jayne English, 37, has lost three of her cats, including Squeak, pictured, after the killer struck in Hoo, near ...


Apr 25, 2016 ... If your cat does ingest a dangerous substance, call the Pet Poison Helpline right away at 1-800-213-6680. (And for things to keep away from ...


Oct 29, 2009 ... A wealthy woman who poisoned her neighbour's Abyssinian cats with tuna laced with anti-freeze has been ordered to pay £1,500 in ...