How to Switch Your Cat’s Food (and Keep them Happy!)

There will be occasions when you’re going to need to change your cat’s daily dietary ritual, perhaps for a medical reason or if the maker of their favorite variety ceases trading. There’s no need to panic because making changes at mealtimes can be surprisingly easy. You just need to know how to do it. Read on to find out.

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Cats and Toxoplasma

Toxoplasmosis is a disease present in cat feces that can lead to harmful pregnancy complications or even harm the unborn child. So, whether you’re expecting a baby or wondering how to protect you and your family from this feline-affiliated disease, here is everything you need to know about cats and toxoplasma.

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How to Get a Cat Used to a New Home

You might be anxious to quickly acclimate your kitten or cat to your home, but without a plan, you could run into several problems. We’ve outlined several tips that you need to keep in mind if you want everything, including the transition and bonding period, to go smoothly.

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How to Protect Your Cat from Ticks

Outdoor cats tend to enjoy taking full advantage of their freedom. They’re natural scavengers and explorers, often finding bushes and grasses to hide in where they’ll wait for their prey. It’s in these kinds of places that ticks also like to hang out.

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How To Introduce Cats Into Your Home

When you sit down next to a total stranger on a visit to the vet, the chances are that you’ll raise a smile at the very least. The evolution of greeting one another has come a long way in humans.

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Is My Cat Bored?

When cats wander outside, they’ll experience a wealth of opportunities for mental stimulation. They might stumble across another cat, hear the sound of a car’s horn or take in the smell of some leftover food in a garbage can.

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How to feed your Picky Eater Cat

Cats have a reputation for being single-minded, independent and choosy. They can by nature be picky or fussy eaters. Find out how to stay on top of their fickle habits as we look at ways you can keep their taste buds engaged.

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How Do I Train My Cat to Sit?

This is probably the most common command you’d associate with a dog. But, it’s a myth to believe that you can’t teach a cat to do the same, and more.

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How to Get My Cat in the Carrier

Cats seem to have an instinct to never do as you wish. They tend to please themselves and go their own way, especially when it’s time for a visit to the vet. Countless pet owners will tell you that the moment their cat sees the carrier it will do a disappearing act.

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All About Skin Infections (Hot Spots) in Dogs and Cats

Most pet owners will tell you that their dog developed a skin infection at some point in their lives. Typically, you can recognize inflamed skin lesions, known as hot spots, by  clearly defined areas of swelling, redness and hair loss.

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