Posts Tagged ‘cat’
Tuesday, February 14th, 2012
A cat is an excellent choice of pet for animal lovers, especially those who may not be interested in going outside early in the morning to walk a dog. While this may allow you a few extra minutes in your warm bed, the stench of a freshly-used litter box may drive you out of the room. Whether you live in a small apartment or have trouble with the litter box smell in a particular area of your house, following these tips will help mitigate the infamous cat urine odor
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Friday, January 14th, 2011
Cats are wonderful pets as many cat owners will attest. However, the pet odors associated with cats often create havoc in many households. It is quite possible to enjoy cat ownership and eliminate pet odors associated with cats if you possess the skills and remain diligent in your efforts.
Continue Reading: Easy ways to eliminate pet odors from your home. »
Thursday, January 13th, 2011
Cats. They’re endlessly amusing, warm and cuddly, delightfully playful, independent and aloof, and… destructive. Our feline companions seem to have a knack for shredding upholstery, drapes, and rugs to ribbons, regardless of their owner’s feelings on the matter. Though some people believe their scratching is done out of spite or poor manners, this frustrating behavior is perfectly normal.
Continue Reading: Why Cats Scratch »
Thursday, January 13th, 2011
Buying pet insurance for cats and kittens has become more popular as the cost to take your kitten or cat to the veterinarian has become more expensive, particularly if your pet lives to the fullest of its “nine lives.” No two pet insurance plans for kittens and cats are the same, so it is important to shop around for the best price and coverage that you can get.
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Sunday, January 1st, 2006
She might become aggressive or withdrawn. Perhaps she is restless or more emotionally needy. Some cats under stress mark their territory more by scratching, spraying, or urinating or defecating in inappropriate places. They may become more vocal, hide, spend more time outdoors or indoors, lose interest in food, groom themselves excessively, or even mutilate themselves.
Continue Reading: Cats and Stress – How to deal with a stressed cat »
Tuesday, October 4th, 2005
Your cat cleans herself every day. Tongue to fur, Fluffy grooms every part of her body. Do you need to groom your cat as well?
You might not need to groom her, but by grooming your cat, you can help maintain her health while bonding with her.
Continue Reading: Grooming Your Cat – Tips and techniques »
Friday, September 23rd, 2005
You vaccinate your dog or cat for rabies. Distemper. Feline leukemia. Or do you? If you do, how often? If you don’t, why not? The answers to these questions are less clear-cut than they were a decade ago.
Continue Reading: Cats, Dogs, and Vaccinations »
Wednesday, October 1st, 2003
Pet microchips are becoming increasingly popular around the world. But along with it’s popularity increases, the debate over microchipping animals has heated up as well. And even as some cities are passing laws to mandate them, other pet owners would like to see them outlawed. In this article, we try and shed some light on mysteries behind microchipping.
Continue Reading: Should I microchip my pet? »