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Is My Cat Pregnant? How To Tell and What To Do?
Hopefully, your cat's pregnancy was a planned event. If this is your pet's first litter, you may be wondering how to tell if your cat is pregnant. If your cat's pregnancy was planned, hopefully you've done some research. If not, you've come to the right place!
How To Tell If Your Cat Is Depressed and What To Do About It?
Depression reduces a cat’s quality of life. Every owner should know how to tell if your cat is depressed, as cats are very sensitive creatures.
Recipe: Balanced Homemade Cat Food Recipe
Before you begin feeding this recipe, discuss the change in diet with your vet or a trained feline nutritionist. They will be able to tell you if this food will provide adequate nutrition to meet your pet's unique needs. It's likely that the expert you consult will recommend adding supplements to this recipe. In fact, a recent study performed on 114 homemade cat food recipes showed that many recipes (even the ones that come from veterinarians) do not have all the adequate nutrients that the “average” cat needs.
What Vaccines Does My Cat Need?
If you've been wondering what vaccines does my cat need, the answer to this question depends on several factors. Your cat will need several vaccinations that are crucial to her health; local laws and regulations require certain vaccines. Your veterinarian will be able to tell you what vaccinations are required and are essential to the health and well-being of your kitten. There are core vaccines that will be required for your cat, but there are also non-core vaccines that your cat may not actually need.
6 Cat Safe Houseplants for Pet Owners
Cats have been known to chew on the leaves and blossoms of indoor plants. This is why it's so important to be careful of the plants that you bring into your home. Do some quick research before bringing in new plants, and make sure to check on the plants that you already have. If you have an indoor/outdoor cat, you'll also need to research the plants that you have in your yard.
Does Pet Insurance Cover Surgery?
DOES PET INSURANCE COVER SURGERY? This may be one of the commonly asked questions of pet owners with beloved canines or felines who are about...
Review: MIRA Safety FirstBreed Collapsible CBRN Animal Ark
To some, this CBRN Animal Ark may seem like a silly product. However, for pet owners living in a situation where chemical, biological and/or nuclear threats are a regular occurrence, this product could save their pet's life.
How To Tell If Your Cat Is Sick
There are many common symptoms of illness that are easy to spot, like vomiting, diarrhea or breathing problems. However, your cat may try his best to hide how he's really feeling. If he isn't showing blatant symptoms, you will need to closely observe your cat in order to notice even the most subtle changes in his diet and behavior.
Why Do Cats Get the Zoomies?
If you've spent time around cats, you've probably heard the term "zoomies". It is the word us cat owners use to describe those random bursts of energy that our cats seem to get from time to time. If you've been wondering, why do cats get the zoomies, the answer might surprise you!
How Long Do Cats Live?
https://youtu.be/tkb1L3_46Yo When you adopt a new kitten, you're probably not giving a whole lot of thought to how long your new pet will live. Sadly,...
Can Multiple Cats Share A Litter Box?
Perhaps the only drawback to being a cat owner is having to clean up the litter box. I don't think any owner enjoys scooping and washing out a litter box, but it still has to be done. If you have more than one cat, you may be wondering can multiple cats share a litter box? Can it be done, yes. Will it have a harmful effect on your cats? Possibly. This guide will explain the problems that you may run into by having only one litter box for multiple cats. It will also address how to prevent those problems and what you can do to make one litter box work for your pets.
Cat Panting or Breathing Hard: Why and What To Do
Some panting in cats is completely normal. An excessive amount of panting or heavy breathing could be a sign of a serious health complication. If you notice you cat panting or breathing hard, you’ll need to assess your pet and monitor him closely to decide whether or not you need to seek veterinary care.