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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.


RECENT ARTICLES:


Can Cats See Spirits, Ghosts And Angels?

We’ve all seen the scary movie where the dog or cat reacts to something no one else in the room can see. Animals have an uncanny ability to sense danger, emotions, and even things we as humans don’t fully understand. Which begs the question, can cats see ghosts? How about angels? Or even demons? Animals may not use a language...

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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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The 10 Largest Cat Breeds – Biggest House Cats In The World

In this article, we’ll get to know the top ten biggest cat breeds on Earth! At the large end of the spectrum, you’ll find cats that have adapted to cold climates, necessitating big paws and massive tails. Others are distinctively tall and leggy. Some of the largest cat breeds are domesticated cats little more than a few generations away from...

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Why Do Cats Hate Water as Much as They Do?

It’s one of the most commonly-asked questions about cats, up there with “why do cats purr?” and “why do cats meow?” Like purring, meowing, and the ability to sleep in positions that might leave you sore for weeks, the feline fear of water almost seems like a defining part of their programming. But...Why? Like so many questions about feline behavior,...

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5 Best Cat Dewormers

Note: Veterinary review of this article includes only the medical information in this article. The veterinarian reviewing this article does not personally endorse, recommend, or vouch for the efficacy or claims of any products mentioned in this article. Whether your cat has tapeworms, roundworms, hookworms, or something else, the best cat dewormer targets your cat’s infestation and eradicates it. Great...

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Basepaws Dental Health Test Review Feature

Basepaws Cat Dental Health Test Review: We Tried It

Do you take good enough care of your cat’s teeth? If you’re like the vast majority of us, the answer to that question is “no”. Between inconsistent—or nonexistent—brushing habits, skipped cleanings, and the difficulty of getting a good look into a cat’s mouth, our cats’ oral health often goes ignored until after it’s gone bad. At least half of the...

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The Complete Feeding Guide From Kittens To Seniors

French author Francois de la Rochefoucauld said that “to eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art.” Feeding a cat looks simple enough at first glance. You buy a bag of food with a picture of a cat on it, dump it in a bowl, and wait for your cat to eat when he’s hungry. It’s an...

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The 8 Best Cat Vitamins And Supplements

We’ve chosen Vet’s Preferred Cat Urinary Tract Chews as the best cat supplement on the market because it’s a veterinarian-recommended, widely-used nutritional supplement that’s appropriate for all cats. Since all cats have different needs, our product roundup includes the best probiotic supplement, urinary tract health supplement, multivitamin, and fish oil. To choose the best vitamins and supplements on the market,...

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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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