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Enter AUTOSHIP25 in the promotion code on the shopping cart page prior to checkout. Then click on Click to Apply. Promotional offer valid for online orders only. Cannot be combined with other offers.*Autoship Promotional offer excludes Acana, Orijen, Fromm, Royal Canin and The PetWay products.

 

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Free shipping is offered only on eligible items, with your online order of $49 or more. Items shipped free will be shipped by our most economical carrier. Free shipping promotion excludes select manufacturer items, prior purchases, addresses outside the contiguous U.S. and APO, FPO or DPO addresses. Minimum purchase requirement excludes shipping and taxes.

Large quantity orders may require additional shipping fees. Please contact our customer service team at 1-800-343-7680 to request a quote.

Orders being shipped to a third party business address will be considered special orders and require a quote from our customer service department. 

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Local Delivery

Local Delivery is available to select locations in the Southeast Virginia and Northeast North Carolina area. The cost for Local Delivery is FREE if your order total is $49.00 or more. If your order total is less than $49.00 there will be a $5.00 delivery fee. If you are unsure if your zip code is included in our Local Delivery area, use the estimate shipping feature in your shopping cart to verify.

Local Delivery is only available Monday-Friday, it is not available on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Orders will typically be delivered in 1-3 days. If you need your order sooner, please try our free Curbside Pick-Up option.

URGENT: Must include phone number for Local Delivery. If you have any questions or need to make special delivery arrangements, please Contact Customer Service at 1-800-343-7680.

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Curbside Pick-up

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  1. Shop with us online at www.carealotpets.com 24/7 to place your Curbside Pick-Up order. Can't find what you're looking for online? Give us a call, Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 6 PM, at 1-800-343-7680.
  2. We’ll get everything together and give you a call when your order is ready for pick-up at your chosen store.
  3. When you arrive, park in the Reserved Pick-Up location.
  4. Call 757-457-9411 and choose the option for your store location to let us know you’re here.
  5. We’ll bring your order out to your car for you!

ATTENTION: Orders placed before 2 PM will typically be ready for pick-up the same day. A picture I.D. matching the name(s) on your order must be shown.

Only in stock items will be fulfilled with your order. We apologize for any inconvenience and will contact you with any fulfillment issues.

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Abyssinian

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Abyssinian

The Abyssinian is a medium-sized cat with a very elegant and regal look. They have strong, lithe bodies and long, slender legs. Their small paws are oval-shaped. Their heads are wedge-shaped and round. The ears are large, pointed and set far apart. Their eyes are large and almond-shaped. The coat should be fine, short and close to the body. Their tail is long and tapers to a point. The most common color is ruddy; however, red, blue, fawn and silver are also seen. White should only been seen around the lips and lower jaw. Too much white in this area or on other parts of the body is considered a fault.

Temperament The Abyssinian cat has a lively personality, showing interest in all activities around him. He is also a very "people oriented" cat. Abyssinians enjoy being with their humans and are very intelligent, affectionate and loyal. This breed is highly sensitive to their owner?s state of mind, happily keeping them company during good times, and sharing in their sorrow and sadness during bad times. The female of this breed prefers to be the only cat in the home.
Weight 9-16 lbs.
Health Problems This breed is prone to Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA), neurological storage disease and renal amyloidosis, which is a form of kidney disease.
Living Conditions The Abyssinian should be in a household where people are usually home. They hate to be confined and need plenty of space. They will appreciate a garden full of trees and high places.
Exercise The Abyssinian considers playing with their owners to be a daily routine. They display a certain affinity for water and are said to be good swimmers and excellent climbers.
Life Expectancy About 9-15 years
Grooming This breed?s coat is easy to care for. Brush and comb through occasionally and polish with a damp chamois to bring out the coat?s shine. Use a rubber mitt to remove dead hairs. They are light shedders.
Origin The Abyssinian is considered to be the cat that Ancient Egyptians worshipped looking very similar to mummified cats that have been discovered. The earliest identifiable Abyssinian is a taxidermal exhibit still residing in the Leiden Zoological Museum in Holland. This ruddy ticked cat was purchased around 1834-1836 from a supplier of small wild cat exhibits and labeled by the museum founder as "Patrie, Domestica India." Although the Aby as a breed was refined in England, its introduction to that country and others may have been the result of colonists and merchants stopping in Calcutta, a major port for the Indian Ocean. The first Abyssinians to be imported to North America from England arrived in the early 1900s, but it was not until the late 1930s that several top quality Abys were exported from Britain to form the foundation of today?s American breeding programs.

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