animals

Don’t Let Cat Urinating Become A Problem In Your Home

February 11, 2019

Do you own a cat? If you do, then you know what a wonderful and rewarding experience it can truly be. But, you probably don’t like the messed you have to clean up once in a while, especially if you have a cat urinating on carpets and furniture. This is a habit that can be a lifelong one if you don’t do something to nip it in the bud as soon as possible. Usually, it is something that is just behavioral, and something that can be fixed, with a little bit of patience.

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How To Resolve Common Cat Behavior Problems

January 22, 2019

Today’s modern way of life has opened doors for more animal lovers and pet enthusiasts to become responsible cat owners. However as they traverse the path of pet rearing, they are most likely to encounter several cat behavior problems. This is because despite of the cat’s cuddly image and affectionate demeanor, they can also be temperamental and stubborn at times.

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Information For Choosing Rare Mink Ragdoll Kittens

December 19, 2018

Cat lovers are all over the world and it’s no wonder. Cats are self sufficient and affectionate pets that give love as good as they get it. When choosing a cat, specifically a purebred, it’s important to do a bit of studying on each of the breeds. One of the more popular breeds of today are the rare mink Ragdoll kittens.

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FKS or Fading Kitten Syndrome: The Signs and Preventions of FKS

November 28, 2018

Fading Kitten Syndrome is what is used to describe the situation when a kitten dies aged under 12 weeks old. These kittens often fail to thrive and to grow and develop as they should. FKS is similar to SIDs in humans and can be referred to a “mystery illness” when often the exact cause of death is unknown. Most often kittens affected by Fading Kitten Syndrome are born into an unhealthy environment or to a sickly, weak mother cat.

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Cats And Ring Worm

November 7, 2018

Ringworm is a very common form of skin disease that is found in both cats. Although its name makes you think otherwise, this skin disease isnt caused by any type of worm. Its actually caused by fungi known as Dermatophytes that feed on dead tissues found in the surface of the skin, spreading them around the skin of the animal.

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