The Most Popular Cat Breeds: CFA Top Felines of 2016

Post Views: 372 The top 10 cat breeds by popularity in 2016 were as follows according to the Cat Fanciers’ Association. Exotic Shorthair Cats Sometimes referred to as the “lazy man’s Persian”. The Exotic Shorthair has the Persian cat appearance but with short hair, and thus minimal grooming requirements needed. Petfinder owner ratings indicate that the Exotic Shorthair has a mellow, docile, easy-going personality, much like the Persian cat breed. Ragdoll Cats The Ragdoll is a large breed, topping the

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Ten Random Facts about Cats That You Should Know

Post Views: 333 How much do you know about cats? Cats along with dogs and birds are one of the most popular pets among the masses. Since they are considered as one of the most popular buddies to be around with, we decided to list down ten facts below. Random Facts About Cats 1. The average cat sleeps about 18 hours every day This is a lot of time, however, longer sleeping hours is necessary for a cat to have

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The Ultimate Guide to Cat Proofing Your Home

Post Views: 361 Bringing a new pet cat into your home can be a great experience, but it is essential that you prepare your home for your newest family member. Cats are inquisitive creatures, and this can sometimes get them in trouble, put their lives in danger, and make you upset by the damage that could be done. Before bringing a new cat into your home, consider cat-proofing your home to make the environment safer for your new pet. Here

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Do You Want an Indoor or Outdoor Cat?

Post Views: 587 Before getting a cat, one of the things that you should consider and discuss with others in the household is where your new pet is going to live. Some cats live indoors, some outdoors, and others spend time in both places. Deciding on what is best for your family and your pet is something that the entire family should decide together. Benefits of Being Indoors Safety from Animals: When your cats are living inside they can only

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3 Cat Food Myths You Probably Buy Into

Post Views: 535 Learning what to feed a cat introduces the fancier to a host of food options. Which cat food is best? Is canned-cat food bad? Are there cat food brands to avoid? Discover three cat food myths, half-truths and their realities that help you make informed choices. Cat Food Myths: Kibble is the Best Cat Food. (a.k.a. the “canned-cat food is evil” myth) This myth is born in the basic convenience that dry kibble represents when compared to

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Emergency Cat Kits: A Must-Have for All Cat Owners

Post Views: 733 As careful as you are, accidents happen. An emergency cat kits can mean the difference between life and death for your cat if you need to administer first aid before a vet trip. The following items should be gathered and stored in an easily accessible area (preferably all in one well-secured box). Note that many of these things are useful for human emergency aid as well. Emergency Cat Kits Highly Recommended Items : Sharply pointed tweezers for

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Some Cool Reasons Why Do Cats Knead

Post Views: 635 Kneading is a common behavior in cats, and almost all cats do this. However, different types of cats knead in different ways based on their preference and nature. By the kneading motion, we mean the moving in and out of the paws against a soft or pliable surface. Cats usually use their front paws to knead and sometimes, it feels as they are making dough for cake. Cat kneading is not a serious problem and, in fact,

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Helping Feral Cats- Trap-Neuter-Release Programs

Post Views: 375 We heard from the news how the increasing population of feral cats is affecting some people’s livelihood. They associate that an increase in free-roaming cats number causes an imbalance in the ecosystem and most people who are affected are the ones working on a farm. Even if it is a happy feeling to see cats around, it is good to control the feral cats population. Today, we will discuss how we can help decrease feral cats numbers

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Things They Do Not Tell You About Kittens

Post Views: 284 I recently adopted a kitten, and it is a gorgeous little thing. However, behind the cuteness is hard work. I will look at some of the things I have learned about kittens over the past few months. Kittens Sharp Claws Expect many scratches during your first few months. Kittens love to play and play often involves their claws. Not only will you feel the pain during playtime but also when they are curled up on your lap

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Cat Rescue – The Guide

Post Views: 293 When you decide that your home and lifestyle be suitable for having a cat, you then need to decide whether you would like a kitten or an older cat. Cat rescue homes are a great place to find an older cat or a kitten that you can take as your next pet. Remember that not all cats have had a bad time in the past, and they may need rehousing because their owner has passed on or

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