Category: Cat Care Tips

How to Keep Cats from Scratching Furniture

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Scratching is a natural, instinctual behavior for cats. Cats scratch to remove the dead outer layer of their claws, to mark their territory, and to stretch their bodies. The best way to prevent your cat from scratching your furniture, carpeting, or draperies is to provide and encourage your cat to use a scratching post and…

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Fun Activities for Indoor Cats

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Cats benefit from the safety of an indoor environment which protects them from extreme outdoor weather, predators, and cars.┬áCat experts say that the average lifespan of an indoor-only cat is double or more than one that spends time outside. However, confining your cat indoors is not without it’s problems, namely boredom and obesity from an…

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Keeping Your Cat Active with Food-Release Toys

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It’s common for indoor cats to exhibit lethargic behavior, which can cause unhealthy weight gain and complicate their health. But how do you make Mr. Whiskers more active? Pet behavior specialists recommend food-release toys to promote physical activity with indoor cats. If you’re trying to promote active┬ácat behavior, visit your local pet store or an…

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Choosing the Best Cat Litter for Your Cat

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There are numerous varieties of cat litter on the market today. There is no one litter that works best for every cat or every cat parent, so choosing the right litter for your household means taking into consideration both your and your cat’s preferences. Whether you are new cat parent wondering what litter to choose…

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Why In-home Pet Sitting Is Better Than Boarding for Cats

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Leaving your pets when you travel is never easy, but you can make it less stressful for all involved by choosing the care option best suited to your pets’ individual needs. For cats, in-home pet sitting offers a number of advantages over traditional boarding facilities. No Travel Stress Most cats do not like being put…

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