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American Shorthair

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american shorthair
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American Shorthairs are low-maintenance, easygoing feline companions. In spite of their natural curiosity, they are cautious and tend to evaluate a situation before plunging into it. Calm, patient, tolerant, sweet and observant, these cats are also easily trainable. They are affectionate and enjoy being with people. They tend to bond with one special person in the family but will share their devotion with other family members as well. They are not very vocal, save for the occasional expression to let you know that they want something.

Your Cat's Just Been Diagnosed with Diabetes: What You Need to Know

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Although there are standard treatment options for diabetes, diabetic cats can be difficult to treat and every cat responds differently to a given treatment plan. After confirming the diagnosis and determining if your pet has any other health concerns, your veterinarian or Banfield doctor will most likely begin treatment with a diet change and insulin.

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Did You Know ... There are Two Types of Feline Diabetes?

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There are two main types of diabetes mellitus and cats typically suffer from a combination of both.

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How You Can Help Pet Victims of Natural, Man-Made Disasters

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Pets are often victims in man-made or natural disasters. Whether we experience them in our own communities or watch them unfold on national TV, we want to reach out and help them, but may be unsure how to do so.

Here are some general tips on how you can help pet victims in the event of an emergency:

Pets are often victims in & Read more �

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Do I Need to Brush My Cat's Teeth?

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Yes! Home dental care is one of the best ways to help keep your cat's teeth and gums healthy. Use a moistened, soft, pet toothbrush or child's toothbrush, finger toothbrush, gauze around a finger or a cotton swab. Be sure to use pet toothpaste - no human toothpaste, baking soda or salt.

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What Do I Do if My Cat has Fleas?

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Start a complete flea control program immediately. An effective flea control program MUST address three points: treatment of the pet (or pets), the entire house (and car or motor home), and the yard (deck, garage, etc.). All pets that can contract fleas MUST be treated (fish, birds, reptiles and small and furry pets don't need treatment). There are many safe & Read more �

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Did you know ... cats eat in cycles?

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Many cats eat in cycles, a trait passed down from wild ancestors that hunted for food. Don't mistake these peaks and valleys as signs that your cat dislikes its food. Switching pet food brands frequently in response to your cat's whims can reinforce bad eating habits and create finicky eaters.

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Prep Your Home for Your New Cat

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Introducing your new cat to other family members requires some planning, especially if the family includes children or other pets. And if they don't already know, all household members should be shown how to safely handle a cat.

Introducing family members

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How to Keep Cats from Counter-Hopping

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Cats have a natural love for vertical exploration as well as amazing jumping abilities, as most Pet Parents have witnessed. But, for safety's sake, sometimes keeping your cat from jumping onto certain places may be in order, for example, a hot stove or a bucket on a kitchen counter filled with a cleaning solution.

Here are some ways to keep cats & Read more �

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Why It's OK to Let Your Cat Eat Grass

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Many cat owners are discovering that providing their cat with live greenery to nibble on is a safe and healthy way to bring a taste of the outdoors to their indoor cat.

Cat owners may be surprised when they see their carnivorous feline indulging in greenery. PetSmart’s feline expert and veterinarian Dr. Robyn Jaynes, says that Pet Parents frequently ask why & Read more �

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