There is no limit to food and pet holidays, and now they are joining forces. According KABC, since Sunday was National Drink Wine Day and Tuesday is National Love Your Pet Day, a couple of clever companies are merging the two together to create National Drink Wine with Your Cat Week. Offers.com and PetWinery.com are
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It’s the epitome of cat behavior. An eight-second clip that has been viewed over 1.3 million times on Facebook, shows a feline sitting in front of a busy metro station escalator, unbothered by the inconvenience she is causing riders. The calico kitty sits almost dead center to where people need to exit, seemingly confident that
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Clicker training for cats is much the same as clicker training for dogs, with one exception. The treat had better be worth the effort! Find what motivates your cat—is it a special treat or food? Time to play with that favorite toy? Maybe he just wants to sit and cuddle while you tell him how
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  He loves his scratching post, chasing toys and stretching out on a soft blanket. In fact, the main difference between Messi the puma (named for football player Lionel Messi) and a regular house cat is not necessarily his size — though it certainly can’t be discounted! — but rather that he enjoys getting a good scrub
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Have you factored expected — and unexpected — medical costs, as well as toys and food, into your pet’s budget? By: sspiehs3 Our pets are full-fledged members of our families, and bringing a new pet into a household is typically a happy occasion. But happiness notwithstanding, are you prepared to handle the financial responsibility of
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Do you brush your cat’s teeth? You should! A vet weighs in with advice on why you should brush your cat’s teeth, how to brush a cat’s teeth and how often to brush a cat’s teeth. First, why should you brush a cat’s teeth? Wondering how to brush a cat’s teeth? We’ve got you covered. Photography
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Over the years, we’ve seen practically every possible behavioral issue in the Cat Behavior forum. Some of these behaviors can stem from stress, others from environmental aspects or a misunderstanding on the owner’s part of the nature of felines. Still, in many cases, the root of the problem is physical problems that have behavioral manifestations.
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Finding out the status of your pet’s condition can inform decisions made about their care. By: StockSnap “I found a lump, and I’m in a panic.” I hear this all the time. I also hear a follow-up comment at times that makes me unhappy: “Just take it off, and I don’t want to know what
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With cats being as cool as they are, there’s no reason you can’t show your love for the feline form every chance you get. You don’t have to go overboard with cat decor — subtlety is the key. But with so many beautifully designed everyday objects for cat lovers now available, it’s easy to add
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Cats don’t get cavities. Did you know that? I didn’t. What pet owners often mistake for a cavity in a cat is something called cat tooth resorption. And guess what? No one really knows what causes it. Here’s the story of what my cat went through, and how I learned about this cat health issue.
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Cats have “besties,” BFFs and buddies. They have family and roommates. Just like humans, they grieve when a friend passes away. What can you do to help them through it? Keep in mind, a cat may not grieve every death. There will be cats Kitty views only as a roommate but not a close friend
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