Archive For The “Cats” Category

Gifts For Cat People

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Gifts For Cat People

Kitty socks for cat ladies! Bottoms of toes have pink paw prints! One Size Fits Most: US Shoe Size – Women’s 5-9 / Men’s 5-7.5 Design is woven with a quality cotton blend, not printed, so colors stay vibrant! Available in 4 colors: Russian Blue, Calico, Grey Striped, and Tabby  Cat lovers will laugh…

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How to cat-proof your Christmas tree

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How to cat-proof your Christmas tree

  1) Christmas Tree Defender This simple barrier can be quickly installed and cut to fit around the trunk of your Christmas tree. The grated texture keeps cats from climbing your tree. The barrier is also made with a flame retardant additive that makes it safe to use with Christmas lights. This tree defender can…

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Podcast-Does Your Cat Get Drunk on Catnip?

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Podcast-Does Your Cat Get Drunk on Catnip?

  In this podcast we talk about “Nip” and the perfect gift for cats and cat lovers with Skinny Pete’s catnip! Join in on the fun. Learn some things about catnip you may not know, why some cats go crazy for it, and Skinny Pete’s Gourmet unique catnip  gift for your cat. Feed your cat’s…

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Symptoms of Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

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Symptoms of Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

by Robert Hudson   Diabetes mellitus occurs when your dog or cat has stopped producing insulin, has inadequate levels of insulin, or has an abnormal response to insulin.   While there is no cure, the disease needs to be managed and when done properly your dog or cat will live an otherwise normal life.  …

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The Fight Against Declaw and Why Vets Won’t Stop the Practice

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The Fight Against Declaw and Why Vets Won’t Stop the Practice

  By Robert Hudson   Over the last few years, cat advocates and the Paw Project has made great progress in educating the public of the dangers of declawing cats and banning the practice in cities and counties in California and now in Denver. And yet many veteranarians fight against these bans and will not…

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6 Steps to Keep Your Cat Smart

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6 Steps to Keep Your Cat Smart

by Robert Hudson   1. Start young-  Engage with your cat as young as possible on a daily basis   2. Develop a routine.  Designate a time that you can spend with your cat every day and be consistent. The more consistent you are in engaging with your cat on a daily basis throughout its life,…

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Philly Shelter Amputates Cat’s Leg Before Returning to Owner

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Philly Shelter Amputates Cat’s Leg Before Returning to Owner

By Robert Hudson   Imagine you have a 16 year old cat that has lived indoors and accidently escapes outside over a weekend. You track the cat down to a city shelter the following Monday, (within 48 hours of when the cat was admitted) and discover when you go to pick up the cat, it…

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Wispers in the Dark-Hallow Eve-a poem

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Wispers in the Dark-Hallow Eve-a poem

WHISPERS IN THE DARK   On this hallowed eve The cat takes his leave Cross bodies in sleep Silently he creeps   A window ajar Lets his paws go far He’s nothing to dread This night of undead   Whispers in the dark His ears prick up – hark! With night he’s at home Wherever…

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Mystique of the Bombay-The Ultimate Black Cat

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Mystique of the Bombay-The Ultimate Black Cat

  The American Bombay was bred to be the black panther of cat fancy. Its sleek and muscular body, short, jet black coat, copper red eyes give it a spooky appearance, but in reality the cat develops a fierce bond to people and is not independant in nature.   Nikki Horner, a breeder from Louisville,…

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Buster’s Friends: Moet the Blind Cat

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Buster’s Friends: Moet the Blind Cat

Hello peeps. Buster Boy here and I have a new friend: Moet the Blind Cat who I met from Twitter. She was nice enough to chat with me and was pretty cool for a cat.   I know every cat has a story, so what is your story Moet?  How did you lose your site…

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