Petting Aggression in Felines: How To Nip It In The Bud

On 1 Apr, 2017

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Cat’s Whiskers: Kitty’s Amazing Sensory Tools

On 1 Mar, 2017

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Tail Talk: How to Better Understand What Your Cat is Telling You

On 1 Feb, 2017

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“Handling Cats Correctly: Proper Feline Etiquette is Essential”

On 19 Dec, 2016

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Do Cat Colors Influence Their Chance of Being Adopted?

On 1 Dec, 2016

Myths surrounding black cats have existed for eons. These magnificent cats have been considered by many folks to be omens of evil or, on the other paw, to bring good luck to those people they encounter. However whether these cats are frightening or heralds of fortune, these beautiful and misunderstood felines engender strong feelings in humans that range from loathing and fear to devoted adoration.

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Inappropriate Elimination Issues in Cats

On 15 Nov, 2016

Cats exhibiting inappropriate elimination issues can be extremely frustrating for their guardians. In fact since this problem some behavior is so often considered totally unacceptable by their guardians that it frequently results in these kitties being surrendered to shelters, relegated to roam unsupervised in the great outdoors, locked up in a cage or ultimately euthanized since these cats are thought to be unadoptable. However, since cats cannot speak to us, consider inappropriate elimination as their way to tell their guardians that something is wrong.

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Senior Cats Require Loving Care: Considerations for Elderly Cats

On 14 Nov, 2016

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Is Kitty Kitchen Counter-Top Surfing Wise? Veterinarians’ and Owners’ Opinions Differ!

On 14 Nov, 2016

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Cats in Pain: Please Seek Prompt Veterinary Intervention

On 14 Nov, 2016

Cats are masters at concealing their pain as an instinctive survival strategy. However most “tuned in “kitty guardians will recognize some of the subtle symptoms that indicate their cat is in pain. Several of these signs can range from a loss of appetite, personality changes, aggression, limping, hiding, hissing or growling when touched in painful body areas; to depression, panting or rapid breathing. Since pain in cats may be indicative of a serious underlying medical condition or injury, it is essential that the guardian take their cat to their vet for evaluation and treatment as soon as possible.

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Litter Litter Everywhere

On 6 Nov, 2016

While most cat owners probably won’t consider cat litter to be one of the most exciting topics; being knowledgeable about what are the most appropriate and acceptable types of litter that cats will use consistently isin reality, one of the most important aspects of excellent kitty care.

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