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Phil

I have always had cats, both growing up and now as an adult. I have been a pet behavioral therapist for a number of years now. I started this blog to help other cat owners, with advice, tips, best product reviews, and to create a warm and cat friendly community.

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Automatic Cat Litter Box Reviews

By Phil / July 21, 2015

Cleaning out a cat’s litter box is one of the least fun tasks of owning a cat. I’m sure you’re not going to disagree with me there. The good news is, there are some automatic self-cleaning cat litter boxes on the market. Technology has come a long way in recent years, so whatever you think […]

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Interactive Cat Toys All Cats Love

By Phil / July 19, 2015

Chances are, you cat is pretty lazy, right? Especially if it’s a few years old, and you tend to its needs so all it has to do is eat, sleep, eat, and sleep. Cats were not always this lazy. The modern domestic cat is coming off the back of a few generations of cats that […]

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How Old Do Cats Have to Be to Get Fixed

By Phil / July 17, 2015

It’s estimated that between 5 and 8 million animals are euthanized across the US each year. This is a staggering and upsetting figure, and a result of the lack of neutering and spaying of animals. New cat owners are usually unaware of how old do cats have to be to get fixed. It’s often calculated […]

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Best Grain Free Cat Food: A Solution for Food Allergies

By Phil / July 7, 2015

You may have heard of grain free cat food. It’s becoming a more popular choice among cat owners as it’s believed to be healthier for our kitty’s. But with so many different types and brands of cat food on the market, how do you tell what is best for your cat? We’ll take a closer […]

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Best Cat Trees for Maine Coons

By Phil / July 1, 2015

Cat trees are one of the most important, and fun pieces of cat furniture you can buy. There are few things more satisfying to a cat owner than seeing their cat entertain itself for hours on end. In this article I thought I’d look at the best cat trees for Maine Coons in particular. Maine […]

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Best Cat Litter for Odor Control

By Phil / June 28, 2015

If there is a downside to owning a cat, it would be the smell of their poop. Let’s not skirt around the issue. There are few things worse than arriving home after a long day to be greeted by the foul smell of used litter. Personally, I have tried almost every brand of litter on […]

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How Can I Litter Train My Kitten

By Phil / June 23, 2015

Bringing a new kitten home for the first time is an exciting moment. There are a few things on the check-list to have in place. Food, comfy bed, toys, scratching post, and litter tray are just a few of the more important items. Whether your new kitten is going to be an indoor cat or […]

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10 Ways to Stop a Cat Being Bored

By Phil / June 21, 2015

Whether you have an indoor or an outdoor cat, cats get bored from time to time. Just like we do if we don’t have enough to keep us entertained. So as a cat owner, it’s up to you to find ways to stop a cat being bored. This doesn’t need to be a chore, it’s […]

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8 Bizarre and Interesting Cat Related Facts – [Infographic]

By Phil / June 21, 2015

Cats are wonderful creatures and there is no shortage of fun and interesting facts. But here are 8 of the more bizarre and interesting cat related facts that will probably take you by surprise. Cats Are Ambidextrous There has been extensive studies into the behavior of cats and their preferred paws. It’s actually been discovered […]

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10 Tips to Help Calm an Anxious Cat

By Phil / June 19, 2015

No one wants an unhappy kitty. Anxiety in cats is a very real problem, and it can upset the balance in the household. Especially if you have more than one cat. Cats are emotional animals, but are not good at showing exactly what is making them anxious. When you bring a new cat into the […]

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