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There’s nothing that cat owners dread more than a cat who starts spraying. Whether it’s your own cat or a neighborhood cat that is spraying your doors and cars, spraying is one of the top reasons why cats wind up at shelters.
Some believe that female cats don't spray (this is untrue) and others believe that spaying/neutering cats will stop the problem (also untrue - but it will help decrease the frequency). Indoor cats who spray are usually doing it for an entirely different reason.
Cat urine has a very distinct odor that repels people and causes other cats to begin spraying, creating a vicious smelly cycle.
But, it doesn’t have to be that way. These days, there are many ways to keep this issue under control and your home smelling fresh and clean. Here is your definitive guide to stopping cats from spraying.Read More
We're all looking for ways to improve our lives and those of our pets, and nothing says love like natural care! When it comes to curing dandruff, easing itchy paws, stopping skin irritations and helping pets overcome stress and be more comfortable in their skin, nothing gets the job done like natural salts.
Your body absorbs the many minerals from these baths through the skin (dermal absorption). There are tons of benefits for people and pets - from relaxation to detoxification. Salts have many other curative effects.
There are many types of salts out there - epsom, dendritic, Dead Sea, European and Himalayan. So, which bath salt should you choose for your dry-coat, itchy, dandruff-ridden pet?
We take a look at all of them and how to best use them on your dogs and cats.Read More
This is the time of year when we receive the most lost cat alerts. Doors are left open during holiday parties, cats escape while groceries and presents are shuffled in and out of the home, and kids are home from school (who doesn’t want to escape?!).
Before we start, please make sure your cats are all microchipped, wearing ID, spayed/neutered, and indoors only. Accidents happen, but most accidents can be prevented with a little forethought. If you really want to let your cat out, build a catio or Cat Enclosure.
And now, here are some important tips to get your lost cat found.Read More
Catios and cat enclosures are the new norm for many cat owners and this newest enclosure from Australia features birds eye views of the neighborhood and 50 feet of climbing, running and stalking room.
In Melbourne, Cliff Zammit has created the ultimate enclosure for three of his favorite felines.
A little ingenuity and creative thinking goes a long way in this beautiful cat enclosure and we're sure his cats appreciate the effort.Read More
We have eight cats and one foster, so you know there’s bound to be a few who eat faster than others.
This can create loads of problems, including obesity and behavior problems, not to mention the occasional scuffle. In addition, there’s the dreaded “scarf and barf” condition that plagues so many of our pets.
That’s why it’s important to stop problems before they start and that means incorporating a few unique solutions. Here’s what we use, and we hope you’ll find a few options you can use as well. Here are our top five ways to slow your cat's eating.Read More
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