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Tag Archives: cats
Veterinary visits often prove time-consuming, nerve-racking, and financially-draining for families, which are a few reasons why preventative care is so important. More to the point, it is about maintaining your pet’s health as best as possible so that it may
This week, August 18-25, is Take Your Cat to the Vet Week. Veterinarians recommend cats visit the vet once per year, but according to PetFinder.com, fewer than half of all cat owners take their cat to the vet unless they
Some people might laugh at the idea of taking a cat out on a leash, but for many cat owners it is a great idea. Cats enjoy being outdoors, and it can be good exercise for them and their owners.
Many people bring in their animals and try to soothe them during thunder and lightning storms but what about the 4th of July? Sometimes we get caught up in our own plans we forget to think about our pet’s anxiety
A recent article on Yahoo! Shine describes one very unique way that a shelter is raising money. SpcaLA’s Companion Animal Village & Education Center was recently visited by Animal Planet’s film crews to be featured in their “Must Love Cats”
This little gem has been around for a while, but a coworker just sent it to me again and it made me laugh… again. Such a great representation of the differences between dogs and cats!
The following is a guest post from Logan B. Logan is a guest blogger who writes about traveling, pet care, and private jet charters. He is a proud pet owner and a proponent of spaying and neutering cats and dogs. Cats, unlike
A recent article from Daily Mail titled The ultimate cat scan! ‘My kitten alerted me to my cancer because she kept jumping on my breast’ describes a kitty who has become a hero in a non-traditional sense. Wendy Humphreys curiously
Is your cat’s purr good for your heart? Research provides compelling support for this theory. According to a 10-year study at the University of Minnesota Stroke Center, cat owners are less likely to have a heart attack than non-cat owners.