What to do if your cat is suddenly lethargic

By MARY KEARL | Featured on PetCareRx

Cats are great at many things, and sleeping is at the top of the list. However, it is possible that a cat can sleep too much, which may be the result of lethargy. Is your kitty just taking a cat nap or could something else be going . . . → Read More: What to do if your cat is suddenly lethargic

Does Your Cat Have Whisker Stress?

By Dr. Sarah Wooten | Article Featured on PetMD

If you are noticing that your cat is all of a sudden making messes with her cat food, pulling food out of her bowl to eat on the floor, or is more finicky about her food, some say that whisker stress could be to blame.

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5 Subtle Yet Visible Signs that Your Cat is Aging

5 Subtle Yet Visible Signs that Your Cat is Aging

By Jessica Vogelsang, DVM | Featured on PetMD

“Cats are the great pretenders.” So goes one of the common tropes of feline ownership, and in many cases it’s true. Cats are subtle creatures, not ones for making a big scene whenever they feel under . . . → Read More: 5 Subtle Yet Visible Signs that Your Cat is Aging

What Food is Best for a Cat with Diabetes?

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What Food is Best for a Cat with Diabetes?

The great majority of diabetic cats have what is called Type 2 diabetes. This means that, early in the course of the disease at least, they are still producing levels of insulin that should be adequate for normal body function. The . . . → Read More: What Food is Best for a Cat with Diabetes?

7 Things You Can Do to Make Halloween Safer for Your Pet

Oregon Veterinary Specialty Hospital wants to make sure your pets have a fun and safe Halloween! Here are 7 things you can do to make Halloween safer for your pets!

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What Do Cats Think About Us? You May Be Surprised

What Do Cats Think About Us? You May Be Surprised Unlike dogs, our feline friends treat us like other cats, author says.

BY Christine Dell’amore

| Article Featured on National Geographic

Since cats first got their adorable claws into us about 9,500 years ago, humans have had a love affair with felines.

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8 Surprising Facts About Puppy and Kitten Nutrition

Original Article By PetMD

Think you know all there is to know about puppy and kitten nutrition? Are you aware that puppies and kittens are more sensitive to nutritional imbalances than adults, for example? Or that excess calcium intake can cause a puppy to develop orthopedic disease?

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Here’s How to Train a Cat to Do 5 Life-Changing Things

Original Article By Damon Beres

Yes! You can train a cat to come on command, use a toilet, and more—and it’s all much easier than you thought. . . . → Read More: Here’s How to Train a Cat to Do 5 Life-Changing Things

10 Tips for Bringing Dogs and Cats Together

10 Tips for Bringing Dogs and Cats Together

Original Article By Animal Planet

The war between cats and dogs is a topic of debate from Hollywood to hometowns. Multiple-pet owners have examples of cats that buddy up to their canine companions, of dogs chasing cats off their turf, or of the two species respectfully . . . → Read More: 10 Tips for Bringing Dogs and Cats Together

Why would a cat stop using the litter box?

Original Article from Animal Planet

When a cat stops using the litter box, there’s always a reason. Your first impulse may be to shout at the cat, but that will just frighten and confuse him. Cats are not vengeful, and he is not going outside his box to get back at you for pushing . . . → Read More: Why would a cat stop using the litter box?