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DO CATS REALLY WATCH TV?

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At Morris Animal Inn, our luxury cat suites are furnished with TVs that play Critter TV.  Critter TV features a string of clips showing small animals like squirrels and birds darting to and fro. A lot of pet owners ask if their cats really watch the TV when they stay in our suites. The answer is, absolutely! Most cats…

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TIPS TO PREVENT CAT BITING

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If you have a cat, you have probably sustained a couple bites from your feline friend. However, oftentimes a cat’s bite is misinterpreted as aggressive when it was simply their form of play. Read on for tips to help you read your cat’s body language and prevent their biting from getting out-of-hand. It Starts as…

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COULD YOUR LITTER BOX USE SOME HELP?

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You love your cat but there is nothing worse than the odor of cat urine. Long ago, this issue did not plague households when the majority of domestic cats spent their days outside. However, we now know the results of allowing our cats to become outdoor roamers. These risks include getting hit by a car or…

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The Cat Crusade

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At the same time of year when the world shrugs off its brown muddy leaves and dons the lush, verdant cape of spring and summer, an audible mewing sound joins the melody of nature’s song. It’s kitten season! Kitten season begins in early spring and continues through late summer. During this time, unfixed female cats can…

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Social Kitty

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June is Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat month, so if you have always wanted a spunky whiskered creature in your life, now is the perfect time to grant that wish! Cats are filling up shelters, but they all want their forever homes. If you already have a cat, are worried about socializing an older cat, or incorporating a new…

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