How To Pet A Cat – Top 3 Do’s And Don’t’s

When we think of adopting a cat, we humans conjure wonderful images like a cuddle with our new kitty on the couch. Off we go and find this beautiful creature. We bring her home, only to realize that those imaginings of our new cat and attempts to pet are met with tail swishes, scratches, or nips at times. Why, oh...

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Bone Cancer In Cats: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

What Is Bone Cancer In Cats? It’s important to understand the terminology when it comes to cancer in dogs and cats, just as it is in humans: such diseases have a universal language that is shared between species. “Cancer” is the medical term used to describe an aggressive type of neoplasia (from the Greek for “new cells”) or tumor (from...

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551 Most Popular Female Cat Names

Giving your pet a name is as important as giving a name to your kid. It can become an easy job if you have the right choices. Let us list down 550 girl cat names under various categories so it is easy for you to choose. Female Cat Names By Color Female Black Cat Names Bella- This cute girly-girl name...

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Cat Chirping: What Is It And What Does It Mean?

Cats have the ability to make a variety of different sounds. In fact, aside from birds, cats have the widest range of vocalizations of all domestic animals. Everyone is familiar with the most common sounds our feline friends make which include a friendly meow, the purr of contentment, and a hiss to signal anger, but I think my favorite sound...

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Tylenol Poisoning In Cats: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

Tylenol (acetaminophen or paracetamol) is a common poison to affect cats, and it’s often fatal. This article aims to explain the background to Tylenol poisoning, helping cat owners to understand why it happens, what can be done if their cat is affected, and how to prevent it from happening in the first place. About Tylenol Poisoning In Cats Tylenol is...

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Hair Loss In Cats: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

Most cats are constantly shedding some fur and regrowing more. This hair loss leads to all the fur on your furniture and clothing, but it’s normal. However, cats can experience too much hair loss and develop bald spots or areas with thin fur. This abnormal hair loss (also called Alopecia) can be caused by many different health issues, including allergies,...

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Poisoning In Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Just like humans, cats can come into contact with toxic substances that are hazardous to their health. Cats encounter poisonous substances by swallowing them, chewing on them, inhaling them, or coming into physical contact by brushing against or walking through them. When dealing with suspected poisoning in cats, it is important to recognize the signs of poisoning and know what...

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Pica In Cats: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

Does your cat display peculiar behaviour like licking or chewing fabric, bags, cables, rubber, plants, straws, cardboard, and household objects? Rest assured you’re not alone, some days our lounge resembles a paper shredding factory, while other periods our blinds have bite mark dents. Don’t even mention plastic bags, they’re the flavour of this month. Cats who obsessively lick, nibble and/or...

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Intestinal Cancer In Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment​

Intestinal cancer is a relatively uncommon form of cancer in cats, accounting for only a small percentage of all feline cancer cases. That’s good news because, when intestinal cancer does occur, it is a serious condition. Approximately 90% of diagnosed feline intestinal tumors are malignant and metastasis is common. Intestinal cancer has often spread by the time of diagnosis, making...

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Why Doesn’t My Cat Cover Her Poop? Top 6 Causes

Have you ever come home to find your cat’s poop exposed, unsightly, and smelly? Let’s get the inside scoop about your cat’s uncovered poop! Faeces In Communication Instinctively cats deposit urine and faeces through elimination in quiet, secluded spots where disturbance is minimal. Defecation is the technique your cat uses to eliminate solid wastes, although some cats use defecation as...

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