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Dear Catster Member, March 16, 2010
Calculating Your Cat's AgeIllustration from The Cat Owner's Manual,
published by Quirk Books
Calculating Your Cat's Age

A popular misconception is that cats age seven years for each calendar year. But in reality, feline aging is much more rapid during the first two years of life. A cat reaches the approximate human age of 15 during its first year, then 24 at age two. Each year thereafter, it ages approximately four "cat years" for every calendar year.

See how old your cat is with
this handy chart ››

Sweep It All.

Swiffer Sweeper VacThe new Swiffer SweeperVac cleans messes big and small in one powerful step. It gets cat food with its vacuum and pet hair with its dry cloth.
Save $5 now! ››

Introducing Royal Canin Wet Cat Food

Royal CaninGive your cat what it instinctively prefers! Royal Canin wet cat food with Macro Nutrient Profile science.
Click here to learn more. ››

Tough on Odor. Gentle on Cats.

Cat's PrideJoin "The Cat's Pride® Group" on Catster and receive a free coupon for any Cat's Pride® cat litter product.
Click here for coupon and offer details! ››

Are You a Cat Breed Expert?

Are You a Breed Expert?Can you tell a Ragdoll from a Siamese? Test your kitty smarts by correctly selecting the pictured breed in Catster's Breed Photo Game and win zealies ››

Can Cats Eat Dog Food?

Can Cats Eat Dog Food?Should you worry if your cat is constantly stealing kibble out of your dog's bowl?
Catster vet Dr. Barchas investigates »

Win a Trip to BlogPaws

Blog PawsCatster blogger Karen Nichols will be at BlogPaws, a fun new pet blogging conference being held in Ohio this April.
Here's how to win an all-expense-paid trip there »

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