|Hero. The reason I'm not decorating with tinsel, Christmas lights or dangly baubles this year. He looks very calm and sleepy here - don't be fooled.|
If you’re putting up a Christmas tree, consider potential hazards to the feline members of your household. The appearance of a tree, covered in lights, baubles and dangly bits, is understandably tempting to curious cats.
International Cat Care has prepared a check-list of festive hazards for the cat owner, including festive foreign bodies (having surgically removed tinsel from a number of cats I can attest this is a real issue), thatyou might want to read or pass on to the cat owners in your life.
On the canine front I was interviewed by Benjamen Judd from ninemsn Pickle this week about Christmas hazards for dogs.
Finally, on the topic of errors, most professionals are taught how to manage errors – but did you know that not all errors are equal. Identifying types of errors is key in preventing further errors. This great post from mindshift explains some types of error.