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The Basics - Cat Brushing and Nail Trimming

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Keeping your cat's coat groomed and nails trimmed are key to keeping him healthy. If you want to maintain both his coat and nails in between professional groomings or prefer to groom at home, these tips will help make the job easier.

Keeping your cat's coat groomed and nails trimmed are key to keeping him healthy. If you want to maintain both his & Read more �

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Why Do Cats Get Hairballs?

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Cats are extremely clean pets, and are constantly grooming themselves. Their tongues are built in such a way that once hair is on it, there is only one way for it to go, down the hatch. Hair is not digestible, so it just sits in the stomach, turning and churning, until it's a mass of hair, mucous and digestive acids. & Read more �

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What Makes a Healthy Diet For Your Cat?

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You know it's important to feed your cat a healthy diet, but what exactly does that mean?

A healthy diet is one that offers your cat balanced levels of all essential nutrients including:  

You know it's important to feed your cat a healthy diet, but what exactly does that mean?

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Proper Feeding For Your Cat From Kitten to Adulthood

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The kitten life stage is marked by an abundance of energy and growth. To support your cat during this stage and ensure she grows up healthy, strong and happy, she requires foods with higher levels of protein, fats, vitamins and minerals to meet her growth and high energy requirements. Feeding food specifically created for kittens is vital since & Read more �

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Litter Box Lowdown

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Cats and kittens are naturally very clean animals, and most kittens are litter box trained by around 12 weeks old. However, the stress of moving to a new home may cause kittens and adult cats to forget their littler box habits. Following are some hints to make sure they practice what they've learned.

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Spaying or Neutering Your Cat

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To protect your cat's health and help control pet overpopulation, you should have your cat spayed or neutered by the time they reach 6 months old. The procedures have many additional health benefits as well.

For Female Cats
Spaying prevents unwanted pregnancy, prevents cancer of the reproductive system, and eliminates the potential for infections of the uterus later in life, & Read more �

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Microchipping Your Cat

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A collar tag with current information is an important first step in keeping your cat safe, but they are not foolproof. Cats can slip out of collars, and collars can be removed. That's why microchipping is a smart idea. Pet microchips are small identification devices that look like a grain of rice. They are implanted safely beneath pets' skin, similar to & Read more �

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The Skinny on Scratching

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It's just a fact of life that cats scratch - in fact, it's a very healthy behavior. It helps to keep the nails clean and helps your cat shed the nail sheath periodically. The tricky part is training her to use something other than furniture or door frames. The best choice is to offer a sturdy scratching post or other & Read more �

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Take Control of Spraying

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To modify your cat's natural urge to mark their spot around the house, here are some ways to take control of spraying.

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Cat Advanced Nutrition Food

April 22, 2009

If you're looking for a nutrient and energy-dense food for your cat, advanced nutrition food may be the right choice. & Read more �

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