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Understand and Communicate with Your Cat

Friday, March 13th, 2015

Understand and Communicate with Your Cat

Fluffy purrs when you stroke her head. Your hand moves down her back, along her soft fur. You feel the pleasure of connecting with your feline friend.

Suddenly her teeth or claws meet your skin.

Your cat didn’t turn into a monster. She gave you feline messages that she’d had enough, but we humans tend to be dense about understanding cat-speak.

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Moving Your Home with Dogs and Cats

Sunday, December 7th, 2014

hand_holding_house_150x150 - Moving Home with Dogs and Cats
You’re moving to another neighborhood or to another state. To your cat or dog, the only difference is the traveling time. Moving to a new home is a major uprooting for dogs and cats.

You can help the move go more smoothly for your pet as well as for yourself. If you start preparing well before the move, the adjustment will be easier for all of you.

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What to Do if Your Cat Is Afraid of Fireworks

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

fireworks-150x150It is not just dogs that can be afraid of fireworks, cats can find it very distressing too. While for dog owners it is fairly easy to tell that their pet doesn’t like the noise, cat owners are often unaware of the fact that their cat is uncomfortable.

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Excessive Meowing: When Your Cat Talks Too Much

Wednesday, November 1st, 2006

Fluffy meows when she’s hungry, when she wants attention, when she smells food…and sometimes for reasons unknown to us. Her meowing may be conversational, or it may be annoying. Especially when we’re trying to fall asleep at night.

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How to handle a jealous dog

Wednesday, February 1st, 2006

You and your honey are spending some quiet time together. Your honey touches you, and your dog whines, growls, or tries to get between the two of you. Or perhaps a new baby has joined the family, and your dog has become withdrawn or aggressive.

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Cats and Stress – How to deal with a stressed cat

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She might become aggressive or withdrawn.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.

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Travel with Dogs

Wednesday, July 13th, 2005

You’re planning your vacation, or you need to travel for other reasons. Should you take your dog with you? If you take him, how do you prepare for travel with your dog? The answers depend on your dog, the traveling type and distance, and the destination.

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Separation Anxiety in Dogs

Wednesday, May 4th, 2005

While you were out, Fido scratched your door, chewed your shoes, and urinated on your living room carpet. Your neighbors tell you that they hear your dog howling whenever you aren’t home.

Separation anxiety: causes, symptoms, and treatment

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