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— My people just found an abandoned kitten on their doorstep, but they don't know much about raising motherless kittens.
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— We can still get cats the care they need if money is an issue -- it just takes some creative thinking.
— My Little Ol' Lady loves me, but sometimes she forgets to feed me -- and that's just the start.
— Every cat coughs some, but long-term frequent coughing can be a sign of a serious problem.
— If you find an ailing or neglected cat, your urge to help might be strong; here's some guidance.
— A kitty with this pain might hide to avoid interaction, or he might lash out when touched.
— Keep your cat safe by using this infographic about poison prevention -- and tell others about it.
— For me to regain patience, sometimes I need to slow down and take a breath -- and the cats help.
— Eosinophilic granulomas, or rodent ulcers, are common causes of pain and facial deformation.
— Here are general guidelines on staying healthy, including the first step of keeping your cat healthy.
— When the time comes, my teenagers will be responsible pet parents of their own.
— Up against a big decision and feeling a little scared and out of sorts? Turn to your cat for guidance.
— These tips will help you get a good start on your cats' care after arriving in a new community.
— These 5 tips will help control infection among foster or rescue cats as well as your own cats.
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— Here are tips that incorporate creativity and forethought for a memorable and respectful event.
— There are plenty of ways to get those little buggers where they belong; here are tips and advice.
— We are furry and cute, but you must teach your children that we're different than stuffed animals.
— You've made the decision to adopt; now it's time to learn the behaviors and needs of different breeds and ages, and which fits you best.
— After the loss of a cat, help your child move through the grieving and healing process.
— Veterinary medicine has advanced, so surgery is safer, but older cats still need extra precautions.
— Once you get used to a new baby, it's not all that bad, except for the noise and the smell.
— Change, such as a death in the family, isn't easy for anyone, particularly cats. Here's how to help.
— Respect means everything, for humans as well as cats, so let's pave the way for feline friendships.
— It's hard! Just 10 pieces of kibble more than you need a day can add a whole pound in one year!
— She was so fat she didn't even want to move, but this obese feline found a new lease on life.
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