Has Your Cat Developed Allergy Symptoms? Take Them In To A Vet For Help

Posted on: 5 May 2017

Taking care of a cat is different and more challenging than caring for a child because they are not able to communicate with you what is wrong in an understandable way. This means you will need to do your own research to get ideas on the cause of health issues that your cat recently started having. If you have noticed anything pointing towards allergies, you should schedule a vet appointment right away.
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Notice Your Cat Seems Anxious After A Move? 3 Ways A Visit To The Vet Can Help

Posted on: 5 May 2017

A change in location can be stressful for any cat, but when the change also mean a long drive to a new home and settling into their new space, it can lead to problems. If you've noticed that your cat appears more anxious due to pulling out their fur, eating less, or simply acting strangely in another way, it could be a sign that your cat is experiencing anxiety over the move.
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3 Ways To Memorialize Your Cat

Posted on: 13 February 2017

Your cat was undoubtedly a part of your family, making their death nothing less than a tragedy. Memorializing your cat is a great way to grieve their loss, while also honoring their life and expressing your love. If you're looking for a unique way to go about this process, here are some ideas. Scrapbook Consider creating a scrapbook to collect and showcase your cat's life. In preparation, start collecting all the pictures you have of your cat.
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3 Ways To Curb Your Cat's Scratching Habits

Posted on: 9 February 2017

Cars can be a lot of fun to have around. The problem is that they can be destructive. Cats scratch at things like your furniture and draperies in order to help get rid of old claw sheaths and get out fresh new surfaces so their claws stay nice and sharp. That can cause you to end up with destroyed possessions. If your cat is scratching at everything, what can you do to help curb their destructive tendencies?
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