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Why Do Some Cats Not React to Catnip and Not Others

By Phil / April 5, 2016

As a cat owner you have probably tested your cat(s) to see if they react to catnip or not. If you haven’t I recommend after reading this article you do, some cats really love it and there are some positive benefits. Catnip is available in different strengths. You can buy it as the raw form […]

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How to Keep Cats off Certain Areas of Your Garden

By Phil / February 21, 2016

If you have a garden you spend a lot of time working on and you’re proud of. You probably want to keep cats out, or at least off of certain areas you most cherish. In this article I will explain a few different methods as to how to keep cats off certain areas of your […]

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How to Help Your Visitors with Cat Allergies

By Phil / February 17, 2016

If you have visitors to your home with cat allergies, maybe friends, family, or any other people, the decent thing to do is to make their visit as pleasant as possible. If you have cats, the chances are you do not suffer with allergies yourself. So you might fully appreciate just how life changing it […]

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How to Care for a Pregnant Cat

By Phil / February 17, 2016

If you have a pregnant cat at home, hopefully it’s not a complete surprise and you are somewhat ready. Most people in this situation have planned a litter of pedigree kittens. It’s also an all too common situation for people with a cat that hasn’t been neutered or spayed. Unfortunately too many unwanted litters are […]

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How Can I Tell If My Cats Are Playing or Fighting?

By Phil / February 17, 2016

Watching interaction between cats can be an amusing sight. However, what can look like fun, can often turn to fighting in a blink of an eye. Cats can play hard, and the lines can look a little blurred from our perspective. So are they ways we can spot what is going to turn into a […]

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How Can I Keep My Cats Teeth Clean?

By Phil / December 29, 2015

Being a cat owner is a fun and fulfilling experience. They don’t require an awful lot of work. More so, just a lot of cuddles and some cleaning up after. One of the health issues that arise, more so in older cats, are problems with their teeth. If a problem does arise, it can be […]

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Five Reasons Why Your Cat Might Be Better of Being an Indoor Cat

By Phil / December 29, 2015

In some countries the majority of cats are outdoor cats. Such as in the UK where it’s believed as high as 90% of cats are outdoor cats. This is to say that they have full access to the outdoors, but a lot will choose to spend most their time indoors of course. In the US […]

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Elderly Cat Care Tips and Advice

By Phil / December 29, 2015

The life-expectancy of a cat varies greatly between different breeds. Breed related health issues and other risk factors also have an impact on their life expectancy. Then there is the level of care and the cat’s’ lifestyle that also plays a huge part in their lifespan, and this is where you (the owner) comes in. […]

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Helping Your Cat Deal with Hairballs

By Phil / October 29, 2015

As cat owners, we have all seen our cat throwing up a hairball. It’s not a pleasant sight, and it can be a real pain to clean up. It can be distressing for new cat owners, as it looks like some cats are in pain. But, unfortunately, it’s a completely normal act for a cat. […]

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Dealing with Cat Allergies: How to Still Enjoy Your Cat

By Phil / October 29, 2015

If you are allergic to cats and find it difficult to be near them, you may have accepted that you will never own one. But this isn’t necessarily the case. There are a lot of ways to manage your allergies, and there is a good chance you can live happily with a cat. Some people […]

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