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4 Ways To Train Your Cat Out of Obesity

4 Ways To Train Your Cat Out of Obesity

According to a 2008 study by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, an estimated 57% of U.S. cats are overweight or obese. Obesity itself can lead to number of conditions that can reduce cats’ quality of life and may even cost them their life. It is extremely rare for your cat to have a medical reason for their obesity; Their physical condition is usually due to eating too much and exercising too little.  It’s not easy to put your cat on a diet and exercise plan, especially if he lives a sedentary indoor life. But you can work with your...

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4 Common Diseases if You Don't Vaccinate Your Cats

4 Common Diseases if You Don't Vaccinate Your Cats

  Apparently many cats owner have been wondering whether vaccines necessary for their cat. Their love for their pets make them worry about contagious diseases  that may expose them. So if you’ve been wondering the same thing, here is a little information for you about vaccines! Vaccines have been an integral part of preventive health care programs for several decades. No other medical development has been as successful as vaccination in controlling deadly diseases in companion animals. Vaccination is a medical procedure, and the decision to vaccinate is made based on the risks and benefits for each individual cat. To...

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Chloe: The Cat Who Never Gives Up

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Chloe: The Cat Who Never Gives Up

On February, Kucicat partnered up with new adorable cat, named Chloe. She is a well-known because of her strong and lovely personalities. Currently, Chloe is 11 months old. She is a lovely domestic short hair girl. In March 2017, Chloe was rescued by the Kitten Lady Hannah Shaw. She was found in the shelter with a rear leg paralysis. She was a tiny kitten back then. It is suspected that her injury was caused by either being dropped or from a tail pull. Fortunately, Chloe was adopted by a loving parent. Her parents are Val and Charlie. Both of them...

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Brush your Cat to Keep it Healthy

Brush your Cat to Keep it Healthy

Brushing Your Cat Brushing your cat not only removes dirt, grease and dead hair from her coat, but it helps to remove skin flakes and stimulates blood circulation, improving the overall condition of her skin. One or two brushing per week will help kitty to keep her healthy glow—and you’ll find that regular sessions are especially beneficial when your cat ages and is no longer able to groom so meticulously on her own. Before brushing, check out the condition of your kitty’s coat. If it’s healthy, her hair will have a natural gloss and spring back under your hand when...

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The Tale of Stray Cats

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The Tale of Stray Cats

“There are a lot of stray cats around my house. They usually meow and beg for food to passerby. When no one feeds them, they look for leftover food at trash bins. Recently, it has been rainy days. Cold weather and a few leftover have made the kitties suffer.” said Tina.

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