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Dealing with Cat Allergies

Cats are one of the most loved pets in the world, no question about it. More than 50% of all households in the United States own dogs and cats. Although cats are much loved animals, cat allergies are one of the common forms of allergies. Statistics in the past have shown that over 10 million […]

Heartworm Treatment for Cats

As most pet owners already know, heartworm treatment for cats and dogs isn’t the same. Never, under any circumstances, should you give your cat heartworm treatment that is designed for a dog – or vice versa.  Even though you may own both dogs and cats, you should always give them medicine that is designed for […]

Bonding with your Cat

There are a lot of experts out there who say that cats are strictly independent animals. These very same experts will also state that cats have chosen to associate with humans due to their strategy of survival.  Although many argue with this statement, there are many who agree as well – although those who agree […]

Keeping Your Cat Healthy

To keep your cat healthy the basic things you’ll need to provide are shelter, food, and fresh water.  No doubt you’ll give you cat far more than that, but despite the best care, cats can get sick from time to time no matter what you do. Here are some tips to ensure you’ve done everything […]

Grooming Your Cat – Is it Necessary?

No cat likes being dirty, and despite a cat’s naturally ability to ‘lick itself clean’ it’s often up to you to help ensure your cat stays clean.  Grooming is very important, as it helps your cat maintain a healthy coat.  Brushing is the most effective grooming technique, as brushing helps to remove loose hair and […]

Giving a Cat a Pill – How Brave Are You?

Giving a cat a pill can be a nightmare. Seasoned vetinarians quake at the task. No cat wants something shoved down his throat, and he will fight you tooth and nail to prevent it. Although most cats are small in size, you’d be quite amazed with how much power they actually have. There are ways […]

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  • Cleaning the Litter Tray…

    Cleaning the Litter Tray…

    Almost everyone, adults and kids alike have a natural fondness for cats. They are loving, quiet, and very playful pets that can become a treasured family member. Although most of us have a fondness for cats, that fondness can rapidly diminish when it comes to the litter box.  Even the most hardened cat lover may […]

  • What To Do About Bad Cat Breath

    What To Do About Bad Cat Breath

    Cat owners know for a fact that bad cat breath can be downright awful. It isn’t too much different from bad human breath, as both are caused by bacteria found in the mouth that breaks protein down and releases the sulfur compounds out into the air. Sulfur smells really bad on its own, which is […]

  • Tips To Stop Your Cat From Spraying

    Tips To Stop Your Cat From Spraying

    Anytime your cat backs himself up to a door or other object in your house, lifts his tail, and releases urine – you have a problem. This problem is known as spraying, and is very common with cats kept indoors. Even though it is a very annoying problem, it’s a problem that can be solved. […]

  • De-clawing: The Cruelest Cut of All

    De-clawing: The Cruelest Cut of All

    Cats use their claws for various purposes. Claws are important to cats, as they are an essential part of balancing. If you’ve ever noticed a cat jumping and latching on to a high object, you’ve probably noticed that he uses his claws to pull himself up. When climbing trees, cats tend to use their claws […]

  • Harnesses and Leads

    Harnesses and Leads

    Kitty Holster cat harness is soft, lightweight, comfortable, safe and secure. strong, ultra-lightweight harness secures with wide velcro closures to keep your cat safe and sound in unfamiliar surroundings.This breathable, washable cotton harness with undyed lining is suitable for all skin types and climates.

  • Cat Training Books

    Cat Training Books

    Think it’s impossible to train a cat? Think again! Yes, you can learn to understand your cat. No, cats are not always aloof. No, they don’t ruin furniture out of spite. Most often feline “misbehavior” is the result of owners not understanding their cat’s needs.

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