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Why do some cats eliminate outside the litter box?

Why do some cats eliminate outside the litter box?

If your cat is not comfortable with her litter box or cannot easily access it, she probably will not use it. The following common litter‐box problems might cause her to ...
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Feeding an Older Cat

What Should I Feed an Older Cat?

Preventing obesity is the single most important thing you can do to prolong the life of an older cat. Geriatric cats are less active and may require up to 30 ...
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Dental disease in cats

Dental disease in cats

Dental disease can occur in cats of any age, and unless you take specific care of their oral health needs, it can begin to develop in adolescent and young adult ...
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how to feed a kitten

How to feed a kitten?

When they’re first born, kittens basically eat and sleep—and grow. From birth to about 7 weeks old, kittens grow from about a quarter of a pound to about 2 pounds ...
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How much to feed an adult cat

How much to feed an adult cat?

The actual amount of food a cat needs varies among cats of equal weight because of differences in metabolic rate and activity level. Labels only provide guidelines—the actual amount to ...
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Choosing the Best Cat Food

Choosing the best cat food is a difficult task. Here we’ll give you some informations to help you choosing the best cat food for your lovely cats. Commercial rations for cats are sold ...
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CATNIP

What is Catnip and How Does It Work?

I’m sure you’ve heard of the herb catnip, which is a member of the mint family. But did you know that not every cat likes it? The feline reaction to ...
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Lyme Disease in Cats

How to Prevent Lyme Disease in Cats

Lyme disease in Cats is a disease that Cats can get via the bite of an infected tick. This is common in the northwestern and mid-Atlantic United States. The disease ...
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KIDNEY FALURE IN CATS

Kidney failure in cats: definition, causes, signs, diagnosis and treatment    

DEFINITION Kidney failure in cats is the inability of the kidneys to remove waste products from the blood. The buildup of toxic wastes produces the signs and symptoms of uremic ...
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cat asthma

Cat Asthma: What You Need To Know

Cat asthma affects about one percent of all cats. It should be suspected if your cat has a cough or a wheeze or increased respiration rate or effort. If you ...
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