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5 cat training mistakesRead more

5 cat training mistakes

Training a cat might sound impossible, but it’s not — cats are smart, and with the right approach you can frequently channel their intelligence in productive ways. Training a cat often seems harder than it really is, particularly if small missteps are hindering success. As a trainer, I see cat owners make the same training mistakes over and over. Let’s talk about how to avoid five common errors and get your cat’s training back on track.

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Famous Miracle CatsRead more

Famous Miracle Cats

These famous cats have such inspirational stories that some people say God has performed miracles through them. Here are are some of the most famous miracle cats in history:

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Why does my cat take its food away from the bowl?Read more

Why does my cat take its food away from the bowl?

Housecats are domesticated pets, yet their instincts can seem so primitive. Their behavior can be confusing and even baffling at times, but we must remember: cats are not dogs, and they certainly are not people, so it's no surprise that they show some strange quirks that defy explanation.

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5 new ways to spoil your catRead more

5 new ways to spoil your cat

There are literally hundreds of ways to spoil your cat, and there are thousands of great products out there that will delight both feline and human. Americans spend almost $500 million a year on the latest in pet fashions — cashmere sweaters, fleece jackets, stylish hats, and more — and high-end products like silver food bowls, luxury handmade beds, and high-tech toys are growing in popularity.

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Indoor activities for you and your petRead more

Indoor activities for you and your pet

Dogs and cats were born to be athletes, workers and powerful hunters, but through thousands of years of evolution we have turned them into couch potatoes. How do we inject more activity, fun and playtime back into our pet’s lives? There are fun and easy ways to play with your pet that mimic natural behaviours and give them the exercise they need. And the good news is that keeping your pet healthy, happy and out of trouble with daily exercise is a lot of fun!

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What can be done when your cat is sheddingRead more

What can be done when your cat is shedding

Hair! It's what we love to touch; it's what we hate to find on the sofa. The hard fact that all animal lovers must accept is that animals shed their hair. Just as humans have periods of hair growth and shedding of hair, so do animals.

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The tales your cat's tail tellsRead more

The tales your cat's tail tells

Your cat's tail can tell you about what's going on inside her head. Tails are good indicators of mood. Take a little time to observe your cat's behavior and you will start to get a feel of the tales the tail tells.

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Top 10 cat products from GlobalPetExpoRead more

Top 10 cat products from GlobalPetExpo

If I have to travel for work and be away from my own cats (and kids and hubby), what better place to be than an expo dedicated to making our pets’ lives better? Global Pet Expo 2013 is the largest expo of its kind, where every pet manufacturer shows up to showcase its stuff. Here are my favorite pet products from the show in Orlando, FL. Believe me, it was hard to choose just 10.

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Best 10 Apps for cat ownersRead more

Best 10 Apps for cat owners

Any cat owner will tell you that a dangling string or feather can catch their cat’s attention almost instantly. Cats are very curious creatures and continue to surprise us with their intelligence. We’ve already gone over the best apps for dog owners, so here is a list of the best smartphone apps for our feline friends out there!

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10 hypoallergenic catsRead more

10 hypoallergenic cats

There's really no such thing as non-allergenic cats. However, you can get pretty close with "hypoallergenic cats." These felines are prone to shed less, or have less dander, which both are major causes of cat allergies BALINESE Looking at this fuzzy breed, sometimes referred to as the "longhaired Siamese," you might not guess that it's among the least allergenic cats. That perhaps is due to a common misconception that cat hair itself triggers allergies, which is not exactly the case. The proteins that cause allergic reactions are present in a cat's saliva and skin oils, which are carried through the home by shed fur. But Balinese cats produce much less of the Fel D1 protein that causes allergies in the first place, so their fur carries less of the allergen around. 

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