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grooming long-haired cats

Tips for Grooming Long-Haired Cats

Long haired cats are gorgeous! Who doesn’t love the sight of that soft flowing fur? If you have a long haired cat or are planning to bring one into your family, you will want to learn the basics of grooming a long haired cat. Show cats don’t look as good as they do without any […]...

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Care for Older Cat

Proper Care for Older Cat

Not long ago, cats were considered seniors at eight years old. Today, it’s not unusual for veterinarians to have feline patients in their twenties. Thanks to improved nutrition, living indoors, and advances in veterinary medicine, cats live longer and are now considered older at 12 to 14 year...

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what can you give a cat for pain

What Can I Give My Cat For Pain?

A kitty in pain is famously difficult to deal with, for many reasons. Cats are known for hiding their discomfort — if possible a cat will proudly mask his symptoms and oftentimes his owner could go weeks without noticing anything is wrong. Another obstacle is that cats are allergic to a lot of the...

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safe cat health

5 Tips How to Save the Cat’s Health

Keeping your cat healthy, groomed, and well fed is important. Take a look at these five easy tips for maintaining your cat and you’re sure to have a lovely companion for many years to come. Congratulations on getting a new cat! Whether you’re a new cat owner or someone with a few other furry, fo...

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Special Diets for Cat

Why Do Some Cats Need Special Diets?

As humans, we count calories and carbs. We strive to take in five to nine servings of vegetables and fruits each day, while avoiding too much sugar and salt. Why? Of course we want to look good in our new jeans; yet a more pressing reason is the desire to be fit, healthy, and pain […]...

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Nutrition for Cat

What Is Proper Nutrition for Cat?

To live a long, healthy life, your cat needs proper nutrition. Here are some things to consider when selecting an appropriate diet for your cat. Necessary Nutrients Cats are obligate carnivores, which means that they rely on nutrients found only in animal products. Cats evolved as hunters that consu...

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cat grooming basics

Cat Grooming Basics

When it comes to keeping clean and tangle free your cat will need a helping hand from you. We share our top grooming tips and advice with you. Cats are neat freaks. In fact, if you’re a cat owner, you know firsthand that your cat is a fastidious groomer. After all, it seems to spend […]...

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How Often Should I Feed My Cat?

Check the pet food aisle at your local supermarket, and you’ll find dozens of varieties of food to entice your cat. Feed your cat too little or the wrong kind of food, and he won’t maintain good health. Feed him too much, and he’ll get fat. But you can help get your cat off on the...

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first month of cat adoption

Tips for the First Month of Cat Adoption

Be prepared should be your mantra when bringing a new cat into your home. Cats are particularly sensitive to new surroundings and some may hide under a bed or in a closet for days or even weeks. You can avoid pitfalls with your new cat and help him or her adapt more easily by following […]...

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get rid of fleas

Natural Ways to Prevent & Get Rid of Fleas on Cats

Independent as they may seem, our fabulous feline companions can’t do everything on their own-and this includes fighting off fleas. Being too sensitive to essential oils, and the fact they lick themselves so much, makes natural flea repellents for cats trickier than it is for dogs. Many natural me...

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