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How Much Does It Cost To Own A Cat In 2022

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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The 5 Best Carpet Cleaners For Cat Urine

If you are a cat parent, you absolutely love your fur babies with seemingly unconditional adoration. Cats all have their own, unique personalities and, despite their individual quirks, we can’t imagine our lives without them. However, as with all animals, cat ownership is never perfect and, ‘accidents will happen,’ as the saying goes. This is definitely true when it comes...

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Pidan Igloo Litter Box Review: We Tested It For 3 Weeks

Pidan Igloo Litter Box Video Review The pidan Igloo Litter Box is an attractive enclosed litter box with a unique shape inspired by the Inuit igloo. Its pure, minimalist design is both attractive and functional. A large dome provides your cat with privacy while also containing litter scatter. To use the pidan Igloo, your cat enters the litter box and...

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Science Confirms That People Who Own Cats Are Healthier

Here's good news for cat lovers everywhere: owning a cat is good for your health, and science has proven it again and again. It’s long been known that pets can boost people’s physical, mental and emotional health. Any cat owner can tell you that cuddling a cat can lift your spirits, but studies have also demonstrated that owning pets reduces...

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5 Best Emotional Support Letter Services For Cats

Can Cats Be Emotional Support Animals? An emotional support animal or ESA is simply a companion pet that helps relieve symptoms associated with emotional or psychiatric disabilities. They are particularly beneficial for people struggling with anxiety and depression, though individuals suffering from more severe psychiatric disorders like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may benefit more from a psychiatric service dog (PSD)....

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Bone Broth For Cats: What You Need To Know

Bone broth is a nutrient-rich liquid that has the potential to boost your cat’s digestion, support his bones and joints, and improve his appetite. Even picky eaters love it which makes it the ideal food topper. Plus, it’s a great way to add moisture to a dry food diet for cats. Here’s what you need to know about it, what...

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How Old Is My Cat In Human Years?

We see our small feline friends as family members, yet at the same time, we know that they don’t live as long as we do. We all realize that cats live for somewhere between twelve and twenty-two years, unless unusual accidents or unexpected illnesses take them away earlier than this, or perhaps if they are the exceptional animals that live...

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How To Train Your Cat Not To Bite?

Cats are territorial species born with sharp teeth and talons designed to hunt, catch prey and protect their domain. When a cat is fearful, defensive, aroused, or stressed, it can transform from a loving pussycat to a ‘panther’ in a matter of seconds biting and clawing their way out of a situation. Training a cat to not bite is challenging,...

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Is Sorbitol Safe For Cats?

As a pet parent, you’re probably very familiar with the toxicity of the artificial sweetener xylitol. But what about other artificial sweeteners, like sorbitol? Are all artificial sweeteners poisonous to pets, or is sorbitol safe for cats? About Sorbitol And Cats Sorbitol is a plant-based carbohydrate (sugar alcohol) that is added to many foods and medications as a sweetener. Although sorbitol is naturally produced in plants, it can also be artificially created through a chemical reaction with glucose, which is the way...

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Fostering A Pregnant Cat: What You Need To Know?

If you’ve ever been a foster parent for cats, you know what a wonderful and fulfilling experience it can be for you, as well as for the cats that you foster. Even though it may only be temporary, providing fosters with a nurturing and healthy environment is a very important step to them eventually being adopted into their permanent homes....

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