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How Long Can Cats Hold Their Poop?

By Phil / September 19, 2020

If you’re planning a long journey with your cat, it’s natural to wonder; “How long can cats hold their poop?” The last thing you want is a messy accident while they’re in their carrier. It’s not just poop you need to worry about. You don’t want a cat urinating in their box either as the […]

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Why Does My Cat Lay on My Shoes? – 3 Reasons

By Phil / September 19, 2020

Cats love to lay, chew, attack, and play with shoes, slippers, socks, and most footwear for that matter! It’s a relationship that I’m sure goes back as long as cats and shoes have coexisted. As to why they love shoes, there are some explanations…. Why Does My Cat Lay on My Shoes? If you own […]

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Can Cats Eat Corned Beef? (Spoiler – It’s Too Salty!)

By Phil / August 29, 2020

Cats can and will eat corned beef. It’s not a good idea though, corned beef is cured in rock salt and sugar and will potentially cause stomach upset, if not worse. Stick to fresh meats, or even better, kitty treats. What’s in Corned Beef? The ingredients used in most canned corn beef are few and […]

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Can Cats Eat Radish? (It’s Not Recommended)

By Phil / August 29, 2020

Cats can eat radish, but they really shouldn’t be doing so. This peppery tasting vegetable isn’t toxic, but it is known to cause stomach upset. Plus, it offers no beneficial nutritional content for your meat-eating feline. What About Radish Leaves, Sprouts, and Microgreens? If you’re asking because you are growing radishes or microgreens and you’ve […]

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Can Cats Eat Kiwi? (Benefits of Fruits for Cats)

By Phil / August 29, 2020

As long as you remove the peel and cut up the fruit into small pieces, cats can eat kiwi. Remember to introduce new foods in isolation so you can be sure your cat is not allergic to it. Cats become members of the family. So it’s only natural to want to feed your beloved pet […]

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Can Cats Eat Feathers? (Risks To Be Aware Of)

By Phil / August 21, 2020

Cats will sometimes eat bits of feathers, either from the prey they’ve caught or from their toys. It’s not good for them as feathers can’t easily be digested, are potentially sharp, and can potentially cause intestinal issues. The problem is, it’s not always possible to stop a cat chewing on feathers. All you can do […]

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Can Cats Drink Green Tea? (Actually – Yes!)

By Phil / August 21, 2020

As strange as it may sound, cats can drink green tea – yes. Not only is it OK, but cats can also benefit from the compounds in what’s commonly called “one of the world’s healthiest drinks”. As long as it’s caffeine-free and given in moderation, your kitty will be better for it. Here’s what you need […]

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Do Cats Come Around When Someone Is Pregnant?

By Phil / July 24, 2020

One of the more interesting old wives’ tales around cats and their sixth sense is whether or not they can tell when someone is pregnant. Like most cat-related superpowers, it’s hard to validate and back up with science. Yet, there is no end of anecdotal evidence that cats can sense things long before we can […]

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What Language Do Cats Think In? (Meows?)

By Phil / July 11, 2020

Cats are interesting animals. They are known for being loners, self-sufficient, distant, and mysterious at times. I think I speak on behalf of all cat owners when I say that we often wonder what our cats are thinking. Which brings up an interesting thought – what language do cats think in? Do they think in […]

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Where Do Stray Cats Go During the Day?

By Phil / July 11, 2020

It’s estimated that there are anywhere between 35-75 million stray cats across the United States. That’s a lot of stray cats! If you’re looking for a particular stray, maybe even your own cat that’s missing, you need to know where a stray cat is most likely to go during the day. It’s hard to say […]

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