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Plants Poisonous to Cats: Toxic Plants to Avoid

Knowing the most common indoor and outdoor plants that are toxic to cats just might save your cat’s life. No one knows exactly why, but cats are notorious for nibbling on plants and flowers, even though cats are obligate carnivores (most of a cat’s diet should be meat). Cat grass growing kits are popular with cat owners since they provide...

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Why Do Cats Eat Grass?

Cats are quirky creatures with many curious habits, but one odd behavior that has long puzzled cat lovers is grass eating. Though indoor-outdoor cats obviously have more access to the green stuff, even indoor cats are known to nibble on blades of grass if they go outside for some fresh air or to explore. Cats are obligate carnivores, which means...

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How Long Do Cats Live?

Cats have co-mingled with humans for thousands of years. During that time, cats have ingrained themselves in our lives as well-loved and well-cared for pets and family members. As to how long cats live, that depends on many different factors, which we’ll go over in this article. The average lifespan for cats is 15 years, but this varies from cat...

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Cat Vomiting: Causes and Treatment

It’s always upsetting when you notice your cat vomiting, never mind the mess that needs to be cleaned up. But how can you know if your cat’s vomiting is harmless or something to be concerned about? Vomiting, also called throwing up, is the emptying of the cat’s stomach contents. Cats vomit for many different reasons. Some of the causes of...

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Signs of Poisoning in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Cats tend to be less susceptible to poisoning than dogs: they tend to be fastidious eaters, avoiding anything that they are not sure about, whereas dogs are more likely to wolf down anything in front of them.  Nonetheless, cats do sometimes eat toxic substances, and they can be exposed to poisons in other ways. too. Keep reading to learn the...

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The 10 Best Cat Chew Toys

The best cat chew toys provide a non-destructive outlet for your cat’s urge to gnaw. They’re enticing, safe, and some of them support oral health and hygiene. Because it’s a chewable toy with that can gently remove oral debris, has a fresh mint scent, and is just the right weight for batting and tossing, we chose the Petstages Fresh Breath...

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Do Cats Have a Sense of Taste

Do Cats Have A Sense Of Taste?

Cats do have a sense of taste, but it's significantly different from ours. Let's talk about your cat's sense of taste and what makes it unique. Like people, cats have five main senses: touch, sight, hearing, smell, and taste. Of the cat senses, a cat’s hearing is the most powerful. Cats also have a great sense of smell. A cat’s...

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Homeopathy For Cats: What You Need To Know

Homeopathy is a medical philosophy that has many users effectively worldwide for acute diseases and chronic conditions. It is used by people but given to animals alike to cure diseases in a more natural way. The main idea of homeopathy is to cure the disease from its roots. It does not only treat the symptoms as in conventional medicine. Homeopathy...

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Green Roads CBD Review

We’ve rated Green Roads on price per mg. CBD, product variety, quality/safety, and more. Read our Green Roads CBD review to learn how this brand stacks up. The We’re All About Cats Standard – Rating Green Roads On What Matters We’ve rated this CBD brand on six criteria for quality. Here’s how it rates in each of these six crucial...

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