Getting plenty of physical activity is important for cats, especially those who live indoors. Cats are adapted for certain kinds of play, so becoming familiar with the things that stimulate your cat to play will lead to you having more fun and forming a closer bond.
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Inappropriate elimination can be one of the most frustrating problems for a cat owner to encounter. Solving it may take tenacity, a variety of approaches and above all, compassion for the cat. This article introduces some useful solutions to dealing with inappropriate urination in cats.
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Tip: Non-skid carpet pads protect floors, furniture and joint health of cats and dogs.
Creative uses of non-skid carpet pads can minimize common annoyances for people who live with dogs and cats.
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Cats evolved to get dietary moisture from their food, or fresh meat.
Most domestic cats eating dry kibble need more moisture than they’re getting. In the last few years, people have become more aware of the importance of keeping cats well hydrated. The moisture provided by a primarily wet diet has been shown to prevent urinary tract and kidney problems, among other health benefits. This article will provide background information about cats’ physiology, nutritional strategies for increasing dietary moisture and practical suggestions based on collective experience for getting cats to drink more water.
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