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  • Maintaining the Perfect Cat Diet

    If cats ran the pet-food industry, the recipe for a good, nutritious meal would read as follows:

    "Take one small mouse from the freezer. Thaw. Put in a blender and hit frappé. Serve at feline body temperature [more…]

    Found in: Cats
  • Caring for Kitty Teeth

    Ensuring healthy teeth and gums for your cat is one area where you and your veterinarian must work together. Dental scalings and polishings by your veterinarian are an important part of preventive medicine [more…]

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  • Choosing a Cat or Kitten: Which Is Better for You?

    When people think about adding a cat to their lives, they seem to automatically think "kitten." And why not? A kitten seems to make perfect sense, a little fluffball who'll grow into your household and [more…]

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  • Clipping Your Cat's Claws

    The hardest part of clipping your cat's claws is getting your cat to cooperate. Sometimes this task requires a tremendous amount of patience. But remember, if you get only one claw done a night, don't [more…]

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  • Controlling Feline Parasites

    Cats pick up all kinds of parasites -- both internal pests, such as worms, and external ones, such as fleas and ear mites. Your veterinarian may ask you to bring in a fresh stool sample to check for the [more…]

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  • Dealing with Hairballs

    Veterinarians call them trichobezoars, but cat lovers call them "hairballs," or, more commonly, simply "gross." Whatever you call them, hairballs are a normal part of living with a cat and are usually [more…]

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  • Questions to Ask a Cat Breeder

    Reputable breeders are not only happy to answer questions but also welcome them as the sign of the caring buyer they want to share their cats and kittens with. You can find out a lot about the breeder [more…]

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  • Understanding Feline Vaccinations

    Call them "shots" if you want, but vaccinations deserve a lot of respect for cutting the rates of infectious disease in cats. A series of vaccines for kittens and annual vaccines for cats are still believed [more…]

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  • Preventive Healthcare for Your Cat

    Preventive care for your cat — just like for you — is more cost-effective than crisis care, and easier on both your pet and your bank account in the long run. The following lists give you some preventive-care [more…]

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  • A Start-Up Kit for Kittens and Adult Cats

    Whether you’re adopting a playful kitten or a full-grown cat, you want to welcome your new feline friend to his or her new home by having all the essentials already in place. The following list contains [more…]

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  • Signs Your Cat Needs Immediate Veterinary Attention

    If your cat gets injured or becomes ill, you may need to make a quick trip to the vet or to the emergency care facility. Following is a list of some symptoms that require your cat to see a veterinarian [more…]

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  • Medical Supplies for Your Cat

    Home care can be extremely difficult when a cat is frightened, leading to injuries for both owner and cat. But if you give your cat medical treatment at home, make sure that you have the first-aid supplies [more…]

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  • Cats For Dummies Cheat Sheet

    Caring for a cat requires both emotional and physical tools. The emotional is the love you lavish on your feline friend; the physical requires stocking your home with things you need to care for your cat [more…]

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