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Products for Cat Health #PetsWeeklyWags

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We get all manner of products in for review and it's been tough to get really long reviews written every day (and even harder for you guys to keep up with the reading), so we decided to group our finds into weekly favorites. These are some pet products that we think you and your pets will adore. 

Today, we're focusing on cats and some products that will help keep them healthy (in honor of February being Cat Health Month). 

Here's a look at some of the impressive things we've seen this week. Look for these to be in future articles with a closer look on how you can use each of them in your cat's daily life.

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Tapeworms are no problem with #BayerExpertCare for Cats

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We recently took in a stray cat that, quite honestly, had no business being out on the streets.

This is nothing new - we do it a lot. But, generally we just participate in TNR programs rather than actually take animals into our home. Sadly, this cat had been on the streets scavenging for meals and fortunately surviving long enough to pick up tapeworms.  

This presented a huge problem for us. Delilah would be entering our home and sadly, tapeworms (Dipylidium caninum and Taenia pisiformis) are a zoonotic parasite (meaning that dogs, horses, other cats, even people can also become infested). That's why proper care should be taken during treatment and exactly why you shouldn't wait to treat this problem.

That’s where Bayer® ExpertCare™ comes in… we can simply run down to our local Petsmart and look for the Bayer ExpertCare for Cats section to find what we need for quick treatment of nearly any problem! 

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Help your Cat with their Wild Pursuit at #NaturalBalance

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we all want to inspire our cats wild side. We use special toys that mimic hunting, redesign our home to accommodate the vertical exploration they favor, and change our lifestyle to make sure we're there for our feline friends.

Wild Pursuit™ formulas from Natural Balance® are inspired by nature. By focusing on the ancestral diets of cats, Natural Balance has combined a variety of protein sources to create these grain-free diets, which are derived from proteins that cats would really eat (like Wild Pursuit™ Trout, Salmon Meal & Tuna Dry Cat Formula or Wild Pursuit™ Chicken, Turkey Meal & Quail Dry Cat Formula).

The small freeze-dried raw pieces have made this a fast favorite for Cassie and The Cog. They love the easy to swallow sized pieces (you do know that cats don’t really chew, right?), and the chunks of freeze-dried tuna, chicken, quail or turkey that is in every bag.

Best of all, you don’t have to choose between senior, kitten, low-calorie, or any other category. Each of the diets in Wild Pursuit can be fed to all breeds and all life-stages. That also means you can easily switch up flavors to add some variety in your cat’s diet.

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5 Reasons Your Cats Should Try Wild Pursuit from #NaturalBalance

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If I had to describe my cats in one word, I would choose the word, "Wild".

I think a lot of people would describe their cats with that word - it's strangely perfect.

I firmly believe is that we are firmly responsible to that which we tame or domesticate. This is why it’s so important to me that my "former ferals" have a high quality diet that celebrates their wild nature.

It's also why I really like Wild Pursuit™ from Natural Balance®. This food is all-natural, balanced for all life stages (so I can feed my multiple cats who vary in age, size and breed, with one food). It's a food that helps them thrive, while still respecting their wild nature.

But in case you need more reasons to check out this food, we have five...

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2015 Holiday Gift List for Cats and Their People

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It's finally here for all you fellow last minute shoppers! We've got our holiday shopping list for cats ready to go.

Hope you'll join in the celebration this year!

We have a look at the most unique jewelry and fun items for cat lovers, helpful gifts that will keep your favorite feline entertained and comfortable through the long, cold winter and lots more.

(If you're in a multi-species home, be sure to check out our 2015 Holiday Gift List for Dogs and their People as well)

Prices range from $5 to $250, so there's truly something for everyone. Take a look!

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