Mallory Crusta

About

Mallory is the Head of Content at All About Cats. Having produced and managed multimedia content across several pet-related domains, Mallory is dedicated to ensuring that the information on All About Cats is accurate, clear, and engaging. When she’s not reviewing pet products or editing content, Mallory enjoys skiing, hiking, and trying out new recipes in the kitchen. She has two cats, Wessie and Forest.


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Litter Robot Review Feature

Litter Robot 3 Connect Review: We Tested It

Here’s How You Get Started With The Litter-Robot At around $500, the WiFi-enabled Litter-Robot III Connect could be the most expensive device you’ll ever buy for your cat. But is this rotating litter sifter worth the money? After testing the Litter-Robot for over a year, we’re bringing you the details on how the Robot works and my personal experience using...

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6 Hairless Cat Breeds That Are Truly Majestic

They’re Striking. Alienesque. Eternally Nude. They’re cats without fur, and they’re more diverse than you might assume. If you’re like most people, your hairless cat breed identification strategy involves a single breed: the Sphynx. Because the Sphynx is so well-known, it’s easy to assume that it’s the only hairless breed on the planet. The genetic trait is far from common,...

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What Does Catnip Do To Cats & Why Cats Like it

As the only recreational drug for cats, catnip (nepeta cataria) is a uniquely stimulating plant that’s almost as puzzling as cats themselves. Between 67% and 80% of the adult feline population is sensitive to catnip. Sensitive cats react to catnip by going a bit crazy—rolling around on the floor, licking up as much ‘nip as they can, rubbing their heads...

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cost of owning a cat

How Much Does It Cost To Own A Cat

You can care for a cat for as low as $162 per year, but it’s common to spend about $800 annually. Read on for our detailed breakdown of your annual and lifetime costs. In their oft-cited “Pet Care Costs” publication, the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) estimates that a new cat will cost $1,174 in...

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Petlibro Granary Automatic Pet Feeder Review

With a sealing twist-lock lid, anti-theft dispensing rotor, and a desiccant pack to adsorb moisture, the Petlibro Granary has a full suite of features to keep your cat’s dry food fresh, crisp, and secure. These features are built into a chunky little silo-shaped design that makes the Granary unlike any other automatic feeder I’ve tried.  Read on to find out...

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Petlibro Capsule Automatic Cat Water Fountain Review

With five levels of filtration, multiple drinking areas, and remarkably quiet operation, Petlibro’s Capsule cat water fountain is a human-friendly, cat-friendly fountain with a lot of powerful features packed into a subtle, streamlined design.  Read on to find out what my cats and I thought of the Capsule and whether or not it could be a good choice for your...

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Litter Robot Review Feature

Litter Robot 3 Connect Review: We Tested It

Here’s How You Get Started With The Litter-Robot At around $500, the WiFi-enabled Litter-Robot III Connect could be the most expensive device you’ll ever buy for your cat. But is this rotating litter sifter worth the money? After testing the Litter-Robot for over a year, we’re bringing you the details on how the Robot works and my personal experience using...

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Heavy Breathing Cat – The 3 Types Of Heavy Breathing And What They Mean

Breathing difficulties are both a symptom of and cause for distress, both in the respiratory system and throughout your cat’s body. The respiratory system, composed of the nose, trachea, and lungs, is a life-giving system that affects a cat’s entire body. Therefore, changes in your cat’s breath may stem from issues in almost any part of your cat’s body. What's...

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The 5 Best Hairball Remedies For Cats

The best hairball remedies do more than help hair slide through your cat’s body. They treat the problem at its root by supporting overall digestive health. That’s why we chose Cat Lax as the best hairball remedy on the market. This well-known hairball gel contains a blend of ingredients that break up hairballs, prevent new ones from forming, and minimize...

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