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Cat E-collars Help To Track Your Cat's Activities Online Posted By : Cat Collars

Wed, 23 Nov 2016 00:00:00 -0500

Owning a pet cat is very easy. Taking care of the same is a tough job. You have to keep track of her habits. Feeding time is very important. You would also have to give her the flea medication from time to time. It would be natural for you to forget a couple of activities due to your busy schedules. It would be great if there were an arrangement by which you would get the reminders on your phone.

Why A Cat Tree Is Good For Your Cat Posted By : TammyThomas

Sat, 29 Oct 2016 00:00:00 -0400

Cats love to climb! Help keep your furniture and decorations safe by adding a cat tree to your home. It will keep your cat occupied and happy thus helping to protect your furniture and possessions. Here are some quick reasons why every cat lovers home should have one.

The Important Stages In A Kitten's Life: How Fast Will Your Kitten Grow Posted By : N Cinneide

Thu, 08 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Just like having a child, it can be incredibly fulfilling bringing a kitten into your family and watching it grow up. It takes only a year for your cute little kitten to mature into a cat. It can seem hard to believe but it will happen fast. Being prepared is the goal here. So what are the key milestones for a young cat?

Does Your Cat Need A Collar And Leash? Posted By : N Cinneide

Mon, 29 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

A leash can help you keep control of your cat when you don't want her to stray too far away, but still get some exercise. Even if you never plan to take your cat for regular walks like you would a dog, you still need to insure that your cat can tolerate the collar and leash. You will need to take her to the vet and getting her used to it now can help considerably. There are specific collars, harnesses and leashes designed for the cat that you can use.

Where Does Your Cat Nap? Make Him As Comfortable As Possible Posted By : N Cinneide

Wed, 24 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Giving your pet his own snoozing area gives you the ability to take back all of the space in your house that he has taken over. You may even want to give him several places to call his own to keep him happy! You'll find a cat bed that fits your tastes, and your pets, because there are so many out there to choose from. You'll find a colorful cat bed in fun pet prints that will add a touch of whimsy to the room you put it in. You'll find designer brands to choose from as well. You can also choose based on how the bed feels too.

How To Stop Your Cat Scratching And Ruining Your Furniture Posted By : N Cinneide

Tue, 23 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

It's natural for cats to scratch but often it destroys your good furniture. Thankfully there are some things that you can do to relieve the problem. Many people watch in sadness as their cat destroys virtually everything that he can get his claws into. You can improve this behavior. To do so, you need to know why he is doing what he is doing.

Can You Really Train A Cat? Is It Worth The Trouble? Posted By : N Cinneide

Fri, 19 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Cats are notoriously independent and have a mind of their own. Can you really teach a cat new tricks? Cat owners often think that their cat is just too moody to listen. Some owners feel their cats are un-trainable simply because they are arrogant. The fact is many times pets don't obey because they don't understand what you want from them. So, if you have tried to train your cat, you may not be doing it right.

If You Seriously Want Your Cat To Be Happy And Healthy, You Must Help With Grooming Posted By : N Cinneide

Wed, 17 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Although your cat may take the time to clean himself through licking his paws and face, he does still need you. Cats don't want to be dirty and they need you to help them stay clean. Grooming your cat has to happen. You need to do it to remove the loose hair on the cat. Brushing your cat's hair will keep it from ending up in his stomach. It is not easy to digest and often the cat can only get rid of it through hairballs. If they can not spit them up, they are likely to clog the intestinal tract. Grooming can also remove dirt and debris from the coat. It can help you to check for fleas and ticks too.

It Is Possible To Give Your Cat A Bath, And Come Away Scratch Free Posted By : N Cinneide

Tue, 16 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Although your cat doesn't realise it right now, after some tender loving care and a little shampoo, he will appreciate it. Cats hate water, that much is easy to see as he lashes out at you with his claws when he gets anywhere near it. Why would someone want to bathe their cat, then? Well, they are dirty and can become flea infested just like a dog, so they do need them. Sometimes, you'll just have to do it. The key is to not bathe your cat more than once a month as you will damage his skin and his hair if you do so more than that. And, you can do it.

Claim Your Share Of Happiness With Charming Tonkinese Cats Posted By : Cody Holpp

Wed, 06 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0400

'The words cat and cute are not only similar to hear, but are quite similar literally as well,' said a former TV presenter. Like dogs, cats also have a special place in the drama called life. Cats, like happiness come in different shapes, sizes and colors. One such colorful breed is the Tonkinese cat. Like the Canadian hairless cat, the Tonkinese cats have originated from the lands of Canada. This is a medium sized cat breed, a cross between 2 beautiful cat breeds - the Siamese cat breed and the Burmese cat breed.

The Fascinating History of Hairless Cat Breeds Posted By : Cody Holpp

Wed, 06 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0400

'Dogs have owners while cats have staff,' goes a famous saying. Ancient Egyptian royalty considered cats as a holy blessing, while there have been instances during medieval Europe, where beautiful women were judged on their ability to look similar to cats. Cats come in different breeds, sizes and colors. One of the most mysterious cat breeds is the hairless cat, which appeared from time to time in Europe and United States. Such was the fascination for this breed that many rumors popped out from time to time.

How To Keep Your Cat In A Garden Posted By : Tim Berrisford

Tue, 28 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0400

This is a national dilemma, but every day hundreds of cats are killed on our nation's roads. Fact! So how do we prevent our beloved pet cats from becoming another road traffic statistic? A few years ago we moved into a quiet suburban area which backed onto a relatively busy road, but when our daughter begged us for a kitten it was too difficult to deny her. Her first kitten brought her much happiness until one night a few months later she didn't come home, the next day we found her kitten her lying squashed by the road only a 100 yards away from home. Once we had all recovered from these sad times I promised her another cat as long as I could cat-proof our garden.

Techniques On Removing Cat Urine Smell: Pet Smell Removal Discussed Posted By : Karen Winton

Wed, 01 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Cat owners know for a fact that the smell of urine from their pets can be really irritating and can even make some people unhealthy. Removing cat urine smell, therefore, is an important task, which may not be as easy as a breeze, but, is something that can be done. How? Here are some ways of eliminating pet odor that you can try in order to bring about effective pet smell removal...

Cat Litter Choices For Today's Cat Posted By : Nancy Shepherd

Sat, 30 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0400

At first, there was dirt. Cats meandered freely, scratching a "cat hole" wherever they pleased, then overlaying their business to elude discovery by predators. The really favored cats roamed near a house with children, where there was often a sandbox for the kids to play in. This sand was the high end dirt of the early days -- dirt that was simple to dig in, quick to scratch over, and relatively easy to shake from the paws.

Cat Health Problems Explained Posted By : Wayne T

Tue, 12 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0400

When we feel pain, we can tell someone that something is wrong and that he or she would be able to take you to the hospital. Pets cannot, but watching how they act can tell a lot. That is why it is important to be aware of a cats actions and attitude. Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) is the disease most feared, and in fact, is the leading cause of death in cats. It is caused by a coronavirus infection and the worst is that the symptoms are very common with other ailments, so it's really hard to tell.

Prevent Your Pet Becoming Ill From Feline Urination Problems Posted By : Josie Anderson

Wed, 30 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Whilst some of the causes of feline urination problems are medical, others are behavioural. In either case, reputable pet insurance should offer you financial protection from the costs of treatment. If your cat has started urinating around the house, the first thing to do is to take them to the vet as they may have a urinary tract infection. If this is the problem then your vet will probably prescribe a course of antibiotics. However, if your vet gives your cat the all clear then you'll need to consider other possible reasons for your cat's reluctance to use its litter tray.

Cats Whiskers - Natural Protection Against Danger Posted By : Josie Anderson

Fri, 25 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Pet insurance will usually pay up to up to a specified amount each year in vets bills if your cat gets into a scrape, is injured or falls ill. Cat insurance can also provide financially protection if the cat gets ill and needs medication as a result, including complimentary therapy. Good pet insurance may even pay the vet directly to be more convenient for you and your beloved animal. Whilst these financial benefits of pet insurance are very reassuring, it's also important to recognise the natural protection against danger that your pet already has - such as whiskers. Whilst whiskers might initially seem like a charming feature of your cat's face, they're actually an important sensitive tool for your cat.

Cat Supplies Posted By : Alexander Sutton

Tue, 01 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0500

When you're in the market for cat supplies, try shopping online before you go elsewhere. Many cute cat supplies are sold online and the proceeds benefit charities for animals. Look for sites that support humane societies and no kill shelters. See what kind of work the organization does. Then, if you find something kitty needs, you can purchase it from them feeling good that you're also helping other animals at the same time.

Diabetes in Cat, Feline Diabetes Symptoms, Diet, Treatment Posted By : Ryan Mutt

Wed, 18 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Diabetes mellitus, sugar diabetes is a complex and common disease. The feline diabetes is affecting the cats in an alarming rate. The feline diabetes mellitus is incapable to produce insulin towards balancing blood sugar or glucose levels. If it is not treated timely, it leads to weight loss, loss of appetite, vomiting, dehydration, severe depression, and functional complications, and it leads to coma and death. The disease affects one in four hundred cats. Symptoms are similar to humans. The disease occurrence rate of cats is less than dogs.

What Can Clicker Obedience Training Do For Your Cat? Posted By : Giles Garner

Mon, 21 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Does your cat go to the bathroom in the right place all the time? Is you kitten loving and cuddly, and does your cat come to you every single time you call? Learning some clicker training basics may be the best thing for you and your cat. Actually cats are noted for doing their own thing, and many people think cats are just plain un-trainable. Cats may be harder to train than other animals because they want to do what they want to but they can be conditioned to make them do what you want to.

My List Of The 5 Top Benefits Of Small Cat Flaps Posted By : Shaun Baird

Sat, 05 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Small cat flaps are interesting and unique, and yet a lot of people are simply not aware of the benefits and pitfalls that you come across when buying pet flaps. I hope these 5 free tips will remove any doubt.

What Should You Really Feed Your Cat To Maintain Healthy Blood Sugar Levels And A Healthy Cat Posted By : Bob Held

Fri, 07 May 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Cats are carnivores! In the wild and in zoos they eat raw meat. Their food does not contain carbohydrates. Carbohydrates convert to sugar in a feline's digestive tract. Their bodies simply do not process blood sugar like they should and this plant-based nutritional product (WSNO Glucose Support Formula) helps their body metabolize blood sugar more efficiently.

Cat Doors Types and Selection Tips Posted By : David Hensley

Sun, 18 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Cat doors are small size doors that can be attached to the prevailing back doors. Cat flaps are also available which can be installed to the windows of the house. Cat doors and flaps can be bought easily online and from various pet shops offline. The main function of the cat door is to allow cats to enter and exit as they please. The cat doors can be opened from both the sides and gets closed magnetically.

5 Points To Look At Prior To Deciding To Follow Any Family Pet Feline Posted By : Peter Pensten

Thu, 01 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Exactly how young is the pet? Not to tell apart on the cat's age, but you will find particular factors to mull over. Initially, the kitten's age can ascertain exactly how well he'll change to your lifestyle. On the whole, elder cats are less gregarious, less lively, which makes them perfect buddies for people who prefer much more serene times. Younger cats tend to be lively, which means they are perfect pals for people who simply prefer to take pleasure in watching their pets do a variety of delightful things.

What Are Cat Enclosures? Posted By : Brian Gallo

Thu, 25 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Cat enclosures can be defined as any structure that confines a cat to a given area. As you have likely figured out, if you search for that term you will find a collage of different "enclosures". Below I have listed several different types of enclosures, starting with the more traditional and representative structure of cat enclosures.