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  • Posted on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012

    Tips For Finding the Right Hypoallergenic Cat

    Hypoallergenic Cat

    The idea of the hypoallergenic pet might be a slight exaggeration. Because even hairless cats produce the protein that causes allergic reactions, folks with cat allergies can still get itchy in the eyes and congested in …read more »

  • Posted on Thursday, June 21st, 2012

    Healthy Eating for Your Cat

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    As a cat owner, it’s your responsibility to make sure that your feline is receiving optimal nutrition. If yourfeline has become a bit tubby or doesn’t seem to have the same spunk that he used to, …read more »

  • Posted on Friday, June 8th, 2012

    How to Give Your Cat a Flea Bath

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    The sighting of fleas and their eggs can be a harrowing experience for any feline owner, and it’s certainly a possibility this year. The winter’s balmy temperatures have led to a rise in flea and tick …read more »

  • Posted on Monday, June 4th, 2012

    Keeping Your Cat Indoors During Summer

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    While it may be tempting to let your feline roam in the great outdoors and enjoy everything the warm weather has to offer, you may be putting your feline at great risk. Traditionally, most cat owners …read more »

  • Posted on Friday, May 11th, 2012

    Getting your cat to a healthy weight

    Over a long winter, you may begin to notice your waistline expanding from a lack of activity, but if you’re not up and moving, there’s a good chance that your pet is doing the same. For …read more »

  • Posted on Monday, May 7th, 2012

    All About Catnip

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    If you are a cat owner, you and your feline friend are most likely familiar with catnip. If you don’t own a cat you have most likely heard of it before or seen it for sale …read more »

  • Posted on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

    Unique beauty: The Tortoiseshell Cat

    Tortoiseshell Cat

    Tortoiseshell cats are named for their distinctive coloring – a combination of patches of black, brown, amber, red, cinnamon and chocolate.  The size of the patches varies from a fine speckled pattern to large areas of …read more »

  • Posted on Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

    Seven Steps to Toilet Training Your Cat

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    Toilet training your cat is not difficult to do. It only requires some time, patience, and the right tools. We’ve outlined how to toilet train your cat in 7 easy steps. This toilet training process will …read more »