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Why do cats have such good balance?

 by bora on 16 Sep 2020 |
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Cats are masters of landing on their feet, and for good reason—your pet has several physical attributes that give him great balance. Cats are known for landing on their feet, but this level of feline finesse requires some complicated physics. Thank...

What your cat’s eyes say about him

 by bora on 23 Jul 2020 |
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Cats are subtle communicators, but you can learn more about what your pet is thinking by watching his eyes. Here’s how. We’ve all watched our cats attack their favorite toys, but some observant pet parents will notice their cats’ pupils grow to the...

What you need to know about stomatitis in cats

 by bora on 03 Feb 2020 |
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Stomatitis is a painful swelling of your cat’s mouth and gums. Here’s everything you need to know to treat this serious condition. We’ve all heard of “cat breath,” but your pet’s malodourous mouth can be a serious cause for concern when something i...

Why do cats kick with their hind legs?

 by bora on 08 Jan 2020 |
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Does your cat kick with his hind legs? Bunny kicking can be both a sign of play and aggression. Here’s how to tell the difference.

 Cats sometimes “bunny kick” with their hind legs during play, but this can also be an aggressive or defensive behavi...

This is why we love our pets so much

 by bora on 10 Dec 2019 |
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Pet owners have one thing in common: We love our four-legged friends. Research is shedding light on why so many people choose to keep pets. We love our pets, but think practically about the matter, and you might begin to wonder why. Pets cost us dea...

This is why your cat has a saggy stomach

 by bora on 29 Oct 2019 |
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Most cat owners blame their pet’s saggy stomachs on snacks or spaying, but this belly flap plays a key role in feline anatomy. Many cats have saggy bellies, even if they are not overweight. While some pet parents believe a swaying stomach is caused ...

Help! My cats has gas

 by bora on 03 Oct 2019 |
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Just like humans, cats sometimes pass gas. While this is normal in many cases, excessive gas can be a symptom something’s wrong, from diet to disease. Cats have digestive tracts that are similar to humans’, so it is no surprise that felines sometim...

How to handle an aggressive cat

 by ben on 19 Sep 2019 |
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Aggression doesn’t just cause rifts in your relationship with your cat, but can also lead to serious scratches, injuries and infection. Aggression is one of the most common problems cat owners face. Whether he is lashing out at you or other pets, yo...

Help! My cat won’t eat

 by bora on 06 Sep 2019 |
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Anytime your cat stops eating is cause for concern. Here are a few tips to help diagnose the cause of Kitty’s poor appetite. Cats are capricious by nature and there are numerous reasons why your furry friend might refuse to eat. While some are serio...

How does the Seresto flea collar work?

 by ben on 22 Jul 2019 |
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The Seresto collar provides up to eight months of flea and tick prevention, making it one of the most convenient and cost-effective treatments on the market. With the huge range of flea and tick treatments on the market, many pet owners turn to the ...
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