4 Things to Think About Before Declawing your Cat – Free PLR Article

Word Count: 320 Summary: Declawing is a major surgery known as onychectomy, performed under anesthesia, that removes the tip of each digit (from the first knuckle out) of the cat’s forepaws. Keywords: pet,cat,cat health,pet health,declawing,onychectomy,cat declawed Article Body: Declawing is a major surgery known as onychectomy, performed under anesthesia, that removes the tip of each digit (from the first knuckle out) of the cat’s forepaws. There is a slight chance of death in the surgery, and a declawed cat may have an increased risk of infection and life-long discomfort in its paws. This surgery is not recommended for an adult animal and is considered an act of animal cruelty in some countries (see below). People generally have cats declawed to …

Trick or Treating

In the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Canada, it is customary for children to go trick or treating on the evening of October 31. They dress up in costumes, wigs, makeup, or masks and go from door to door (usually in groups of four or five). They knock on the door or ring the doorbell and cry “Trick or Treat”! The homeowner opens the door and drops a treat (usually candy or cookies) into the bag that each child is carrying. The “trick” part of the trick or treat cry is actually a threat to do harm to the homeowner or his property if a treat isn’t forthcoming. Small children, of course, have no intention of hurting the …

Halloween Parties

Halloween parties have gotten to be more popular every year. It’s not hard to see why. A Halloween party practically gives itself. The decorations are dictated by the holiday — they will be orange and black, there will be pictures of black cats with their backs arched and their ears laid back, there will be pictures of bats and witch’s cauldrons. There are no gifts to buy and no cards to send. You just need a bowl of punch and some finger food and you’re all set! Right? Well, yes, but do you know what you are celebrating and why? The word “Halloween” originated in the Catholic Church. It is a contraction (some say corruption) of All Hallow’s Day or …

Black Cat Superstitions

Most people will not admit to being superstitious. Maybe that’s because the definition of a “superstition” is an unreasonable belief based on ignorance or fear, or both. Nobody wants to appear ignorant or fearful. Yet you will find well-educated, very successful people who will not walk under a ladder or who will bury the pieces of a broken mirror or who throw salt over their shoulders if salt is spilled. You’ll find people who, if a black cat crosses their path, turn around and go home or take another route to their destination. Black cats are somehow associated with evil, with witches, and even with illness. Black cats have been blamed for everything from a run of bad luck to …

Dealing With Stress

Word Count: 341 Summary: Stress and anxiety are probably involved to some extent in a great many of the causes for clients coming for hypnotherapy. Working with clients for hypnotherapy in High Wycombe and surrounding areas I notice that stress and anxiety are everywhere and can cause many problems if ignored. Relaxation exercises, and other stress management techniques can be very helpful in overcoming stress and anxiety caused by everyday life. Self Hypnosis is also very beneficial and hypnos… Keywords: stress, hypnotherpay for stress, hypnotherapy high wycombe Article Body: Stress and anxiety are probably involved to some extent in a great many of the causes for clients coming for hypnotherapy. Working with clients for hypnotherapy in High Wycombe and surrounding …

Beauty Foods: What You Eat Affects How You Look

Word Count: 576 Summary: We’ve all heard the old adage, “You are what you eat.” But what about the connection between your food and your face? Keywords: Beauty Foods: What You Eat Affects How You Look Article Body: We’ve all heard the old adage, “You are what you eat.” But what about the connection between your food and your face? Most articles about nutrition focus on the role of your diet in maintaining optimum internal health and warding off disease. For example, many articles talk about how the antioxidants found in fruits and vegetables can fight free radical damage to your immune cells, your organs and your DNA. Well guess what? The same phytochemicals, vitamins, nutrients and minerals that keep …