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Kitten-Proofing Your Home

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Just like new parents must 'baby-proof' their homes, you must 'kitten-proof' yours before your new kitten arrives. Kittens have a lot of energy and they're very curious, so you need to make your home as safe as possible.

Collect all small and breakable objects like nick-knacks and put them in a room that's off-limits to your kitten. Keep the door & Read more �

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Introducing Your New Kitten to Other Pets

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Welcoming a new kitten or cat into your home is difficult if you have other Pets. To avoid a nasty confrontation between your Pets and your kitten, follow these steps.

Prepare a room for the kitten in a quiet area of your house. Put the kitten's food and water in the room, as well as its scratching post and litter & 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?

A healthy diet is one that offers your cat balanced levels & Read more �

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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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Routine Vaccinations for Your Cat

Cats of all ages need routine vaccinations to help them stay healthy. Your cat's vaccination schedule will vary based on her age, overall health, state regulations, vaccination type, and risk of exposure.

In general, kittens usually need several sets of vaccination boosters to provide them with as much protection as possible. Adult cats that are properly vaccinated should receive yearly boosters & Read more �

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How to Teach Your Dog to "Drop It''

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Tired of your dog stealing your socks, shoes and other stuff? Even worse, are you tired of chasing him around the couch to get it back? These tips will help curb that behavior and save your personal items from becoming chew toys:

Tired of your dog stealing your socks, shoes and other stuff? Even worse, are you tired of chasing him & Read more �

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