Welcome the Fall and Winter of 2015 with a list of pet-related National Days to celebrate! Meanwhile, Burlington and his family  teach us about emergency preparation for households with pets, Squirt offers tips on helping our cats cope with a family member going away to college, and more!

In this issue:

  • Did You Know? A Quiz on Strange Facts About Wildlife
  • Burlington’s Family Prepares For Disaster
  • Humor
  • National Pet Days
  • Squirty’s Words . . . From The Rainbow Bridge: My son is going away to college. How can I help my cat adjust?
  • Head Pressing: A Sign of a Pressing Emergency

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