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  • Why You Should Have a Pet?

    01 August 2010

    Firstly, pets give the owner accompaniment and friendship. A dog, say a poodle, provides valuable accompaniment. The French ladies who stroll around with their well manicured poodles find comfort in their well groomed dogs. Some dogs are sporty and young...

  • Dealing With Cat Allergy

    03 August 2010

    For cat lovers, the most awful situation is when they contract cat allergy. You are extremely fond of your pussy and adore it a lot. However, you have realized that with the cat around, you are having a tough time in terms of your physical health. Cat...

  • Litter Box Training For Your Cat

    04 August 2010

    So you think that you can't train your kitten, huh? Perhaps you've heard somewhere that cats can't be taught tricks because of their independent nature, or maybe you've just never heard of anyone teaching cats to do tricks. Well, most cats can learn various...

  • Eliminating Odor From Cat Litter Boxes

    05 August 2010

    Eliminating odor from the litter box is a very difficult task but it really is important for your cat’s health. We try to clean the litter box a few times a day but that isn’t always easy. Most cats will use the box 5-6 times per day so without question...

  • Grooming Your Cat

    06 August 2010

    Your cat does a good job of keeping his fur free of mats and tangles with his tongue, but you can help him out, and help him avoid hairballs. Brushing, and grooming your cat can help develop a closer relationship, and let him know that he is loved. Cat...

  • Bathe a Cat

    07 August 2010

    Depending on your cat or the situation at hand you might consider giving your cat a bath. This is usually not recommended, but there are times when you have to do what you have to do. Some cats don't mind it, especially if you start at a young age, but...

  • Cat Behavior: Aggression

    08 August 2010

    There are many problems related with cat's behavior that causes irritation. More knowledge regarding them will enable us to deal with them in a better way. Excessive Meowing More often than not meowing is cat's way to get your attention. The meowing may...

  • Dental Health and Oral Diseases in Cats

    10 August 2010

    Although cat owners may have sharp eyes at spotting symptoms of illness in our furry friends, many of us have taken a more casual approach to dental health. It is not surprising, therefore, to learn that 85% of adult pets have periodontal disease, and...

  • Cat Body Language

    11 August 2010

    Cats communicate a variety of messages using cat body language. Examples include arching their backs as a signal of fear or aggression, and slowly blinking to signal relaxation. As is the case with dogs, the tail is often used as a signaling mechanism....

  • Cat Spraying

    12 August 2010

    Cat spraying (also referred to as urine marking) in inappropriate places is one of the most frustrating behavior problems which unfortunately is also the number one feline behavioral problem that leads to re-homing or even euthanasia of cats. However,...

  • Cats Vocalizations

    13 August 2010

    Cats are very expressive, communicating with a wide variety of noises, as well as the positions of their tails, ears, eyes, whiskers, and fur. Cats produce various types of vocalizations. These range from the common meow, to cat calls, to hissing etc....

  • Cats Shiny Fur Coat

    15 August 2010

    Everyone knows that cats spend a lot of time primping, cleaning themselves and generally making sure that every hair is in place. What many people don’t know is that despite their extensive toilette, cats need the help of their owners to stay well groomed....

  • Adminstering Medicine To Your Cats

    16 August 2010

    Giving a cat medicine can be difficult. Many cats don’t like receiving medicine and may try to scratch or bite their owners to avoid having to take it. However, with patience and plenty of “helpers,” cats can take medicine just fine. First of all, it’s...

  • Cat Scratching

    17 August 2010

    Taking care of your pets is not an easy task. Different kinds of pets show different kinds of tendencies and at times it is very difficult to understand them. If you have a cat, the problem becomes more difficult as she is not as expressive as a dog....

  • Cat's Behavior and Problems

    19 August 2010

    Territorial Behavior and Problems Do you ever wonder if maybe you're the one losing your mind and your cat is quite normal? Why do they do this to us? We love them, in fact we worship them, but still they deliberately leave puddles in our shoes, on our...

  • Cats Grieve

    23 August 2010

    It is not unusual for us to have more than one pet in our lives. We have more money and leisure time to spend on our pets than we did years ago and so more and more of us are choosing to live with two or more animal companions. This is great for us, as...

  • Nocturnal Activities in Your Cat

    25 August 2010

    Why does your cat like to scurry around the house at 3 A.M., meowing up a storm and batting balls across the hardwood floor? Cats are nocturnal. It's normal for them to be active at nighttime. If you find this behavior annoying, don't punish your cat....

  • A Cat As A Pet

    03 September 2010

    So you think you might want to get a cat, and don't know where to start. You no doubt have dozens of questions running through your mind: "Should I get a male cat or a female, a kitten or an older cat?" "I'd really like a purebred (name your favorite...

  • Abscess And Your Cat

    09 September 2010

    What is an Abscess? Abscesses are accumulations of pus that usually form as a result of puncture wounds inflicted during cat fights. (real fights or mock fights) There can be causes of abscesses other than cat fight wounds, for example foreign bodies...

  • Cats Nutritional Needs

    18 September 2010

    Of all the carnivores, the felids are the most specialized meat-eaters. The cat thrives with very little, if any, direct ingestion of plant material. Of course, just as an herbivore such as the cow needs specialized digestive and metabolic processes to...

  • Cat Ringworm

    04 October 2010

    Ringworm is an infection caused by a fungus that grows in the superficial layers of the skin, hair or nails. It has nothing to do with worms. The scientific name for ringworm infection is dermatophytosis, and fungi which cause the disease are called dermatophytes....