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Introducing Your New Kitten To Your Older Cat...

Introducing Your New Kitten To Your Older Cat...

15 Feb / 2016



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So, you read somewhere that introducing a new kitten into your home could be great for your existing cat, for companionship. And you remember how much fun your cat was when she was a new kitten, and you would love to re-live those days.

It is generally thought that cats thrive better with the company of another feline, especially cats confined indoors. But before you rush off to your local cat shelter or breeder, here are a few tips to make bringing home a new kitten as stress free as possible.

Is Your Kitty Happy And Healthy?

Is Your Kitty Happy And Healthy?

14 Jun / 2017



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As a cat lover, you would naturally want to know as much as you can about your kitty's health. Your little bundle of fur can be practically considered as part of the family, so why wouldn't you make sure that he is happy and healthy? 

In this article we will look at a few starting points for your cats health.

Is Your Kitty Ready For Toilet Training?

Is Your Kitty Ready For Toilet Training?

18 Feb / 2016



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At the end of a long day, who wants to sift through a messy litter box? Definitely not! Up until now, the litter-box has been a necessary evil, a small price to pay for our beloved companions. Not anymore! In fact, there's an underground alternative designed for those of us who are ready to kick the litter habit: toilet training your cat.

It Is Possible To Give Your Cat A Bath, And Come Away Scratch Free

It Is Possible To Give Your Cat A Bath, And Come Away Scratch Free

14 Jan / 2016



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Although your cat doesn't realize 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't do it.

Keep Your Kitty Amused For Hours

Keep Your Kitty Amused For Hours

13 Sep / 2017



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Cats and kittens love to play. Kittens especially love to play and sharing your life with them is so much more rewarding if you play with your cat. It is really great fun even if you do pick up the occasional scratch and it is important for your cat’s fitness and well-being too.

How do you keep your cat entertained?
After all a cat is not the same as a dog, you can’t play catch or fetch with a cat – or can you? To keep your cat enthralled and interested in playing with you, you need to have a challenging and ever changing environment. Now before you go off the deep end it is not as bad as you think. All you really need to do is to have a few
cat toys out at a time and rotate them to keep your cat interested. It doesn’t have to be expensive toys either. String, paper, balls and boxes are all great cat toys.

Kidney Disease In Cats

Kidney Disease In Cats

15 Dec / 2017



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Is your older cat drinking lots and leaving big puddles in the litter box? One possible explanation is kidney disease. As the saying goes ‘Common things are common’. And this is certainly true of kidney trouble in cats. Think of kidney disease as a: Good news, bad news diagnosis. The good news is in the early stages treatment slows its progression, whilst the bad news is it can’t be cured.

Far from being all doom and gloom, there are ways of supporting ailing kidneys, especially with an early diagnosis. If treatment starts when the problem is mild, it protects the kidney and makes a real difference to your four-legged life expectancy. And when the condition is more advanced, you can help your fur-friend by keeping her comfortable and monitoring her quality of life.

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