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Why Don’t You Spend Your Lockdown More With Your Pet? Tips For Training Your Cat

Before you get armed for training your cat, learn to be a cat yourself. Yes, place yourself in place of your cat and then evaluate the behavior of your cat. If you are able to understand your trainee, you can be a good trainer yourself, else not. A good starting point for you to learn […]

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How Can You Help With The Stray Felines In Winter? Creating A Cozy Cold Weather Shelter For Outdoor Cats

Some cats love to play in the snow and catch the feathery flakes as they fall. But very cold weather can also be treacherous for cats. Like humans, they can suffer from frostbite, and they can die from hypothermia when their fur gets wet and doesn’t provide as much insulation as usual. One of the […]

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All Information About Cat You Are Looking For: Behaviours And Abilities Your Pet Is Showing

Cats additionally get their food cutback into ¼ shuffle chunks (especially as they are sick and need to be tempted.) And did you know with the aim of 60% of all cats like cold tomato juice? I’ve tried V-8 and it doesn’t seem to be by all tempting. We use this trick to fascinate kidney-failure […]

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How To Train A Cat To Walk On A Harness And Leash? 6 Easy Steps To Unwind Your Kitty Safely

How do you train a cat to walk on a leash? It’s easier than you may think! 6 Steps To Train Your Cat To Walk On Leash You’ll need a harness that’s comfortable, sturdy and easy to put on. Cats tend to resist harnesses that slip over their heads. You’ll have better luck with one […]

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Why Your Kitty Is Not Engaged In Life? Tips To Encourage Your Cat To Play More

I’ve been choosing toys for my upcoming store and thinking about how important it is for cats to play. There are so many myths about cats and play. “He’s too old. “He’s too lazy.” “He doesn’t like toys.” For cats, play is all in a day’s work. A cat is never too old or too lazy to […]

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How To Choose Names And Nicknames For Male Cats? Tips And Unique Recommendations For You

Undoubtedly, the choice of a nickname for a mustachioed pet is a very responsible task. Sometimes this task can drag on for several weeks and the kitten will have time to get used to the usual “kitty-kitty” or “cat”. Today, classic nicknames for a cat such as Vasya, Kuzya, Murzik are not interesting to anyone […]

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How To Choose The Best Cat Harnesses For Outdoor Walk? Types Of Cat Leashes And Safety Tips

With the right mindset, walking a cat with a harness and leash can be as much fun for the human as it is for the cat. Just be prepared to let the kitty take the lead, and choose a harness that’s easy to put on and is comfortable for the cat. These harnesses are our […]

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What To Do With Your Kitty’s Scratching? Secret Tips For Saving Your Couch From The Cat

I just ordered a couch for my cat. If you’re wondering why I would buy my cats a chair, this one is really a corrugated cardboard scratcher from Imperial Cat. Cats love corrugated cardboard because it feels very much like the bark on a tree. Some of my cats are horizontal scratchers. They love to […]

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Understanding Cat Behavior In Different Conditions: Communication Guide For You And Your Felines

Understanding cat behavior is highly complex. Cat behavior is not like dogs. Consulting cat behavior is starts with maximum awareness about cats and their physiology. Cat physiology is different from dogs so many peoples have faced problems with cat handling and caring. So to understand how their cats are thinking, is really difficult. This guideline […]

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When To Neuter A Female Kitten? Advice From An Experienced Cat Owner

When kittens have kittens… I’m so disappointed in my favorite cat podcast tonight. They’re talking about how old a cat should be when she’s spayed and encouraging the person who asked to wait until her cat is seven or eight months old to spay her. But what they’ve neglected to mention is that a female […]

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