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Poison Prevention Month

Poison Prevention Awareness Month

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Did you know that March is Poison Prevention Awareness Month? Our pets tend to get into things they shouldn’t. Here are some ways to prevent them from ingesting something poisonous and what actions you should take if they do. Out of Sight, Out of Mouths Keep medications, cleaning products, and other toxic items out of…

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Cats mark their territory

Cats Mark Their Territory

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Do cats mark their territory? As much as cat owners love their cats, most are probably don’t like when their cats urinate outside of the litter box. It’s annoying, smelly, and not always easy to clean up. Our first—and possibly second and third—reaction is to be irritated and think the cat is behaving badly for some…

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cat and human food

Cats & People Food Go Together?

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The sound of a can opener opening a can of tuna can make the cats come running. The smell of the chicken resting on the kitchen counter can make cats think it’s for them, and look at you like you’re in the wrong when you chase them off. They think any food that smells good…

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GetYour Cat to the Vet with Less Stress

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Regular vet visits for your cat are essential for a longer, healthier, and happier life! Many cats, however, do not travel as well as their canine companions! If you have a hard time getting your cat to the vet without a struggle, here are a few tips to make the trip to your veterinarian less…

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8 Exercise Games for Indoor Cats

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According to a recent survey conducted by Pet Obesity Prevention, more than half of cats are overweight or obese.  While treats are to blame, so is inactivity . Beyond weight management, exercise can  help reduce and even eliminate aggressive or destructive behavior in cats as well, according to the ASPCA. Of course, we know each cat has a unique…

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