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Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Why Does My Cat Scratch Me?

Cats can seem like very fickle creatures. One minute they are cuddly, rubbing you, and love being pet. The next minute, they have scratched you and you are now bleeding! Why would a cat do such a thing? Well, scratching is actually a natural instinct for a cat.  ...

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Why Does My Cat Have Diarrhea?

I remember the first time I found that my cat had diarrhea, I was terrified-is he sick? Can I help him? I had no idea what to do. If this is you, then you can relax. Cats get diarrhea for a variety of reasons. Often it is simply something...

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Can Your Cat Get a Cold?

Although cats do get an illness similar to the common cold, it is not the same illness as the cold human's get. The cold that human's get is a virus. Viruses are almost always species specific. This means that it can only be spread from human to human, and...

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Sick Cat Symptoms

Cats are quite healthy in general. They do not get sick often, and even when they do, they hide their symptoms very well, so it may be difficult to tell if your cat is sick. They do not show real signs of sickness until they are quite ill. However,...

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
What If My Cat Has a Fever?

Many people have asked me what they should do if they think that their cat may have a fever. The first thing you should do, is find out whether the cat actually does have a fever. Cats are fickle, and we may think they are sick when they are...

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Choosing the Best Cat Carrier

Just about every cat owner needs to use a cat carrier at some point. The reasons are many: moving, going to the vet, brining the cat to a boarder, etc. It is never a good idea to travel with an uncontained cat, no matter how well-behaved the cat is.  ...

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Curing Cat Constipation

Prior to attempting to cure or treat your cat's constipation issues, you will want to make sure that your cat is actually constipated. Stress can cause a cat to refuse to defecate, making it look like constipation. Constipation is the difficult or infrequent passage of stool. Most cats run...

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Siberian Forest Cats

Siberians are a very popular cat breed. This article goes over them in detail.

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
A Few Tips about Cat Body Language, and Some Helpful Cat Advice

You do not own your cat - everyone knows that cats own the humans that live with them, so it is up to you to learn cat body language, and find all the cat advice you can lay your hands on, in order for you to give the new feline addition to your family the kind of life it expects to have, during its stay with you.

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Cat Refusing the Litter Box? What To Do

In general, cats are very easy to train to use the litter box. The reason for this is because naturally, cats use sand or dirt to do their business in. They also love to have something to scratch after they have gone. Because it is usually so easy to...

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Grooming Your Cat For Summertime

Like many furry animals, cats' fur gets thicker in the winter to help protect them from the cold weather. When it gets warmer, they no longer need this fur, so they shed it. This works well in nature, and definitely helps your cat deal with the change in temperature, however, this is brutal to a clean home which now has loose cat fur everywhere!

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Creating a Safe Home For Your New Cat

Congratulations on adopting a cat! Hopefully you are reading this before you have brought him home, but even if he is already in your house, there are some preparations you need to do to make sure that both you and the cat are as comfortable as possible during this transition period.

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Care and Feeding of Your Russian Blue Cat

Have you ever seen a Russian Blue cat before? They are absolutely gorgeous. They have silvery-blue fur (officially called "Blue" for competitions). Even besides their unique color, these cats have a very distinctive look to them.

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Kitten Development: Week By Week

Taking care of a newborn kitten is no easy task! It is important to know what to expect at different points of a kitten's life. Whereas a human baby can take a couple of years before it is able to walk, talk , and eat by itself, all of this happens in a kitten in a matter of weeks! Thus, the first weeks of a kitten's life are very important.

Pets & Animals
by sallykittens
8 years ago
Weaning Bottle Fed Kittens

Anybody who has been the caretaker of a baby kitten knows that one of the most important duties is to wean your kitten properly. I will explain when is the best time to do this as well as the best strategy for weaning.

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