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Month: December 2009

  • Choosing the Best Cat Litter

    Birds won’t do it, dogs won’t do it, and guinea pigs can’t do it. The cat is one of the rare pets to understand how to use a bathroom facility (litter box) almost from infancy. No wonder most people consider cats to be among the cleanest (and smartest!) animals. Some History And Cat Litter Factoids: …

  • Feeding Kittens: A Guide

    If you’re thinking of adopting a kitten, whether three weeks old or six months old, he’s going to require proper nutrition and care. Feeding grown cats can seem a simpler task since most do well on a good dry food with a little wet food thrown in. Feeding kittens can be a bit more complex. …

  • Litter Training Kittens and Cats

    Using the litter box is second nature to most cats. Training kittens to use a litter box is usually as easy as showing them where it is and dropping them in. When you’re introducing your new cat to your home, the litter box should be one of your first stops. Let her sniff it a …

  • Should I Choose Two Cats from the Same Litter?

    You’ve decided to bless your home with a feline but the question is: two cats or one? Adopting two cats has its benefits and its drawbacks. Here are some considerations: Two Cats or One? Cats, unlike dogs, don’t crave packs. Imagine a cat at a cat park – they’d probably just ignore each other. Some …

  • Cat Flea and Tick Treatment Options

    The flea is the most common parasite to infect both cats and dogs. When fully grown, a flea looks like a pinhead-sized red or brown dot and will usually be concentrated around the neck or base of the tail on your pet. There are at least seven different varieties of fleas in North America. The …

  • Traveling Across International Borders with Your Cat

    When traveling with your cat, every national border crossing is governed by its own set of requirements. While cats tend to be homebodies, not all cats fit the stereotype. Some cats love to travel, and, of course, if you are relocating to a different country, you will want to take the whole fur family along. …

  • The Importance of Cat Nutrition

    What is a healthy cat diet? With the wide variety of options on the market, this question can be difficult to answer. Nutrition is a critical component in cat wellness and behavior, and what you choose to feed your cat is not a decision that should be taken lightly. Ideally, you will reach the right …

  • Heartworm Treatment for Cats

    Heartworm is a parasitic infestation transmitted to dogs and more rarely, cats, by bites from infected mosquitoes. Heartworm is a potentially fatal health threat and often requires aggressive, prolonged and painful treatment. Prevention is Easier Than Treatment Heartworm disease is easier to prevent than it is to treat. The first line of defense in preventing …

  • How Should I Choose a Vet?

    Most people like to choose a vet or pet clinic that is close to their home. Not only does this make it more convenient, but it is also important to have a vet or animal hospital nearby should your cat experience a medical emergency. Most cats don’t like to be confined for a car ride, …

  • Heartworm Symptoms in Cats

    Heartworm in cats is variously treatable. It is important to know the symptoms, causes and areas at risk and to be prudent in treatment. Although heartworm disease in cats was once confined largely to warm and wet areas, it has now spread globally. What is Heartworm? The dirofilaria immitis is a roundworm parasite that travels …

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