contracted a terrible brain fever. After suffering for three weeks, she became both blind and
The next morning, she opens the curtains and sees a wonderful hot, sunny blue sky and she wonders that there is no time to lose so she quickly dressed up, runs down stairs eat a fast breakfast and off she goes to visit her grandmother. When she stepped outside the house everything seems to be fine but after walking ten minutes
My vision was fuzzy accompanied by a dry throat and an aching body yet, I realized it was over. A beautiful young woman sat beside me when suddenly she asked me a question.
Every day, about 1,500 Americans are expected to die from cancer. Cancer is a disease in which cells divide uncontrollably, destroying vital body tissue. Most people are no stranger to the effects cancer can have on those close to them. I am most certainly no exception. In 2004, Lauren, a
left with a jagged scar where her left eye used to be, through the loss of her eye she gained the
In the beginning of the story the man and his wife love animals and have the favourite black cat Pluto. In the meantime, the man becomes to be addicted on alcohol. Once, after he came back home, he is really mad, and poke one cat’s eye. The man also treats his wife badly and starts hate his cat. One time when he comes drunk again he gets mad and hang his cat. After he wakes up next morning, his house is burned, and the only thing left
Scenario: It 's autumn and, just like any other season, you 're hard at work at your barn. Your barn cats are hard at work, as well, hunting and munching on the overabundant rodent population nesting in your hay. In a brief moment of rest, you remove your gloves, wincing as the cold air hits your dry, cracked skin. One of the barn cats also joins you in your reprieve and you reach down to run your hands through her fur. Briefly, you notice a bit of nasal discharge and some scabs on her paws and face, but you chalk it up to the weather and get back to work.
One day, a sudden shock shook the house that lives a woman named Alice and her cat, Chelsey. Every day was normal to Chelsey until the sudden shock has changed something in her. Chelsey finds out that she was able to talk. She was confused and excited. She didn’t understand why and how she was able to talk. She believes it was probably due to the shock. Chelsey was happy thinking that she might be able to communicate with her owner, Alice. However, Chelsey is afraid of what might happen if Alice knows that she can talk. Chelsey decides to keep this secret to herself and live happily with her beloved owner, Alice. As Alice hurriedly left the house, Chelsey sat in front of the door to see her out. After Alice has left, Chelsey says, “Have a great
As a cat owner, I responded with alarm to last year’s revelation that toxoplasma gondii, a parasite widely found in cat feces, could be to blame for a variety of neurological disorders and illnesses. The “cat lady” myth had a scientific basis! This post on the Discover Magazine website about the many other parasites that can have influence on human behavior and mental health naturally caught my attention.
In conclusion, Most major human infectious diseases have animal origins, and we continue to be bombarded by animal pathogens. People are more likely to be infected by na animal pathogen when they are in direct contact with animals like zoo workers, wildlife veterinarians and hunters. If one of those people become infected with animal viruses they will infect other humans in contact with
Every time I visited her at the hospital, I would find her looking out the window. It’s the same view everyday, so I don’t know why she keeps looking out there. Nothing changes outside that window for the most part. I would visit her five times a week, and each time I see her, sadly, she looks more and more dead, which is clearly not a good thing. Her skin started to become translucent, her breathing became raggedy as if it hurt, her limbs were becoming thin and bony as if she didn’t eat, and it was as if that only her body was alive, not her soul. She let the illness come and take her; she let herself become the illness.
Rose More (Adaptation of Snow White) Once upon a time, there was a young, wealthy girl named Rose More. It was close to midnight and she still couldn’t sleep so she woke up, went outside, and began walking through her neighborhood. A little while later, a small house caught her attention
Caring for any type of animal is not easy. Dogs need to be walked at least three times a day. This helps a dog stay healthy and helps to prevent from their dog going to the bathroom on the floor. Another thing a person must do, even if they think is gross, is pick up their dog’s poop. About once a month they will start to notice that something smells. That person shouldn’t be alarmed, it’s just their dog. There are many different options a person has when their dog needs a bath. They can wash them in their bathtub, have fun cleaning that up. They can bring them to Petco and make it someone else’s problem. Or if they don’t want to spend a lot of money, but don’t want to clean up the mess that their dog will make, they can go wash them themselves at a self service dog wash. Cats on the other hand do not need to be washed. If a person tries to wash their cat they will be scratched by them. Cats also go to the bathroom in litter boxes. It will start to smell bad if a person don’t change it often. Cats also get hairballs. This means a person's cat needs to be brushed frequently because when they lick themselves they swallow hair and then puke it up. Cats and dogs both need to be feed two or three times a day, depending on their size and how much exercise they get. They also get thirsty during the day, so they should make sure their water bowl is always full. Both animals take hard work and a person must be able to have the time to take care of their new animal.
There are many more diseases that a cat can get. I know that you want your cat to be as healthy as possible, but sometimes that is uncontrollable. Remember that cats can get a disease genetically, or through many different ways. If you notice any of the symptoms to any of these diseases I would recommend going to a veterinarian. Thanks for reading this paper to help your cat stay
“Marie, how are you?” she asked her cat Marie. Marie is a long hair, black and white cat with feline leukemia. Marie just kept on purring as Olivia petted her. Even though she didn’t want to Olivia had to get up nevertheless she would have a bigger consequence if she didn’t get up. When she finally