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Is Your Outdoor Cat Carrying a Stowaway?

October 3rd, 2009 · No Comments · Cat Health, Tick and Flea Control

While it may be true that indoor-outdoor cats have more fun, there are a few unique problems that occasionally plague their owners. You might have decided to let your cat go outside in the hopes that he would rely on the litter tray a bit less. Perhaps you wanted him to find alternative places to […]

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Three Important Tips About Cat Care

September 11th, 2009 · No Comments · Cat Health, cat litter box, Cat Supplies

In taking care of your cats, you have to make sure they have everything needed for a healthy life.  First, they will need food and water bowls that should be easy to clean and heavy so they won’t tip over easily. Make sure your cat has food and water every morning before you go to […]

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Groom you cat weekly to elimate your cat from vomiting up hair balls

September 7th, 2009 · No Comments · Cat Care, Cat Grooming, Cat Health

  A cat vomits for a variety of reasons. Your cat will normally and naturally vomit up hair balls. This is a perfectly natural part of her life and you need to be more concerned if it doesn’t happen, particularly at seasonal changes when she malts. These times will vary, but are normally at the […]

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Cats just love the greater outdoors

September 1st, 2009 · No Comments · Cat Furniture, Cat Veranda, Cat Window Purch

As everyone knows, cats like to go outside during the spring, fall and summer months when they see flowers blooming, birds flying and bees buzzing. However, there are many problems letting your babies outside to enjoy this phenomena because they might get lost, run over by a car or become prey for a hawk. So […]

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What happens to our feline friends in the event of our death

August 26th, 2009 · No Comments · Cat Care, Cat Health

Several week ago I received a telephone call from one of my neighbors about helping him find homes for two adult cats because their owner was going to a rest home and could no longer take care of her feline friends. In my research I found out that each year two million to four million […]

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Why Cats Scratch

July 12th, 2009 · No Comments · Cat Scratching Post

Scratching, to a cat, is a normal behavior. A cat will scratch for a variety or reasons, both physical and behavioral.  They scratch objects for exercise, play, and to remove the loose outer sheathing of the nail.  Cats’ nails shed routinely much like a snake sheds its skin.  They also “mark” their territory with the […]

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