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  • The Biggest Mistake Cat Owners Make with Their Pet's Carrier.  By : Jane Tompsett
    Just about every cat owner has to face this problem sooner or later. You need to get your cat into their carrier to visit the vet, be taken to the cattery or to travel to another home and what do you know? Your loving and ever-present cat has scooted off in the opposite direction at the speed of sound!
  • The Story of a Pet Lover  By : Rudolf 21 Tjandra21
    The Story of a Pet Lover

    Have you ever heard of Lassie, Beethoven and Benjie? Who didnít? They were three of the most famous celebrities of their times. And yes, they are dogs. How about Babe? Oh yeah, thatís not the real name of the pig but I forgot the names and characters in that movie, except for the pig. Do you remember our winged friend, Paulie the parrot? If I try to mention all movies that had pets as stars, I will probably fill up this page without being able to discuss what I wanted to say. We see different pets becoming famous in tinsel town, in the same way that theyíve become famous through out history.
  • Health Tips for your Aging Cat  By : .JohnSmith.
    This article is about health tips for your Againg Cat.
  • Cat Food Coupon and Dog Food Coupons -Read This Now!  By : Eva Marklund
    Information you need to know before getting FREE Pet Food.
  • Tips On Cat Chat - Information On Kitty Talk  By : Winston Hill
    Are you reading this article because you have no clue what your cat's cat chat is saying? If you haven't been around many cat chats this could very well be the case. Paying attention to the animal's meow is one of the tricks. Determining what type of meow is one way to determine what they are trying to talk to you about. A very vocal with their cat chat is the Siamese.
  • Keeping Your Cats Happy And Loving  By : Nicholas Hunt
    Cats can be affectionate and loving pets, but can also be distant and wary if treated badly. Find out how to keep your own cats happy and contented.
  • A Look at Cat Breeds Feline Diabetes and Ring Worms  By : Letho Maseko
    Over the last thousands of years, cats have pretty much handled their breeding themselves. In the beginning, they were used for one purpose - hunting and killing rodents. As the years progressed, we began to breed cats more to our liking. Now days, there are several different breeds of cats - which you can tell if you look closely.
  • Cat Licking Screen Cleaner Screen Saver v2.0 - Desktop::Screen Savers: Nature Software  By : Tim Lester
    This cute little kitten try's to lick your screen clean as a screen saver. You can turn off the sound in the windows screen saver options if you prefer the kitten to be silent. There is no spyware/adware in this screen saver. I recommend keeping your windows monitor power down settings at the default 20 minutes of inactivity so the kitten can go to rest after 20 minutes of cleaning your screen.
  • The Black Cat Breed  By : Charlie Reese
    Superstition Pertaining To Black Cat Breeds
  • The Truth About Burmese Cats  By : Charlie Reese
    The History Of The Burmese Cat
  • The Many Different Breeds Of House Cats  By : Charlie Reese
    How to Choose from the Many Breeds of House Cats
  • How To Build A Nesting Box For Your Pregnant Cat  By : Jane Tompsett
    As you pregnant cat's final week of pregnancy approaches, she will begin to display 'nesting' behavior. You may feel that your pet is the most pampered animal in the history of the world but she firmly believes that she is living in the wild. Because of this, your cat feels compelled to search out a place that makes her feel safe, warm and secure so that she may give birth to her kittens.
  • Several Classic Cat Health Warning Signs  By : Kurt Schmitt
    Cat health problems are a challenge for cat owners, partly since your cat can't tell you when she's ill. There are many possible illnesses that your cat may face througout her life. The symptoms of these feline illnesses often overlap, just as in people.
  • Cats Are 4-legged Gifts From God  By : Rick
    I'm a traditional dog owner and lover. Lately though, I have learned, often through the women in my life, the wonder and magic of cats, and have decided to be a cat-owner as well. This has become a blessing for me. A lot of men are ware of cats, perhaps because "dog is man's best friend", which we learn from childhood, but, I've also learned, so can a cat. Though not always, a cat can be a bit more standoffish than a dog. Patience is required in cases like this. Many cats love their independence and one must "earn their trust". Once you have, many cats will follow you around like a dog. Of course, most dog owners know it is "love at first bite...of food". Whomever feeds them is their new mommy or daddy, whereas, with many cats, the first few months is spent trying to figure out which food the cat will eat or snub its nose at.
  • Hybrid Cats Represent Fashion at a High Price  By : Nicholas Hunt
    The latest craze in designer pets appears to be hybrid cats. Unfortunately there's a high cost in terms of animal welfare as well as money.
  • Does Your Cat Yearn To Be Outdoors, But You Fear For His Safety?  By : Linda Cain
    Cats have been our human companions for many years -- more than 6,000. Cats may disagree, but they can be happily kept inside all the time, and an indoor cat is much healthier and safer than an unprotected outdoor cat. But cats must at least be able to see what's going on outside.
  • Cat Hookworm: What You Should Know  By : Kurt Schmitt
    Parasites, such as cat hookworm, are a common cat health problem. In all, there are four, or possibly three (sources seem to disagree), types of hookworm that use cats as hosts. The feline hookworm is Ancylostoma tubaeforme. Ancylostoma braziliense is the canine and feline hookworm, and Uncinaria stenocephala is known as the northern canine hookworm. The canine hookworm, Ancylostoma caninum, is said by some sources to only infects foxes, possibly human, and of course dogs. Other sources include it in the list of cat parasites.
  • Your New Kitten - Responsibilities And Rewards  By : Jane Tompsett
    So you've taken the decision to adopt a new kitten but have you really considered the ongoing responsibilities that will bring? Or the expected lifespan of your new pet? A newborn kitten is possibly one of the cutest, most appealing things on this earth but if you are to give one a permanent home, your responsibility for its health and well-being may last for up to 20 years.
  • Orphaned Kittens - 7 Lifesaving Household Items  By : Jane Tompsett
    Could you save an orphaned kitten's life?
  • Is Your Cat About To Give Birth? 7 Surefire Cat Labor Signs  By : Jane Tompsett
    You've waited for weeks, your cat has become rounder and rounder, you're excited about the forthcoming birth of her kittens - but how can you tell when the time has arrived? Suddenly it seems that your cat starts to act differnetly and you need to know if this is really It.
  • Signs That Can Tell You If Your Cat Is Pregnant  By : Jane Tompsett
    The normal length of your cat's pregnancy is nine weeks but it is almost impossible to tell that she is expecting kittens until around halfway through the term. The early indications of pregnancy are often written off as normal, unpredictable cat behavior or are simply not noticed at all.
  • Hyperthyroidism In Cats  By : Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM
    An older cat who appears to be losing weight, but is actually eating more, should be checked for hyperthyroid disease.
  • Is The Persian Cat For You?  By : Paulina Jenkins
    The Persian cat is one of the world's most beautiful cat breeds. It is generally believed to be one of the most ancient breeds. It is believed to have its origin in the Iranian plateau the large region between the Mesopotamia and the Hindu Kush mountains. This area was called Persia and thus the name "Persian cat". When you own a Persian cat it is liken to owning a great piece of work of art.
  • Burmese Cat Makes A Great Pet  By : Paulina Jenkins
    Burmese cat has its origin in Thailand, Malaya and Burma. It is generally believed to be descended from a breed of cats called Thong Daeng that lived in the Thai temples. In the cat poems of Thailand they were portrayed as heroic protectors of their homes. They first arrived in the West in the 1930s in the form of a Burmese called Wong Mau. A sailor from the East gave the cat to Dr. Joseph Thompson of San Francisco. From this cat came the modern Burmese breed today.
  • Why Cats Make Such Good Pets  By : Lory Sargu
    Cats are very good pets as they donít require as much attention as other options such as a dog. You donít have to walk the cat and you donít have to deal with it barking at everything that happens to walk by your home. Young cats are extremely playful and you can interact with them when you want to. However, most cats are content to play with toys or to be independent.
  • Why A Heated Cat Bed For Your Cat?  By : Paulina Jenkins
    Heated cat beds help to keep your cat warm whilst protecting it from the cold during the winter season. It is also ideal for preventing your cat from become ill due to cold weather. Heated cat beds are also beneficial for cats that love to spend time in outside areas such as garages, porches and even family barns.
  • Identifying Cat Toxic Plants  By : Angie Allen
    Plants always seem to bring a more comfortable, warm and natural feeling to a home. In some cases however, the plants in your indoor pots and the ones in your garden could be the cause of illness or death in your pet cat. There are points therefore that you should remember to help prevent your cat from getting poisoned by plants.
  • Learning About Cat Toxic Plants  By : Angie Allen
    Plants always seem to bring a more comfortable, warm and natural feeling to a home. In some cases however, the plants in your indoor pots and the ones in your garden could be the cause of illness or death in your pet cat. There are points therefore that you should remember to help prevent your cat from getting poisoned by plants.
  • The Sensory Perception of Your Kitty  By : Aazdak Alisimo
    Cats are known for having enhanced senses or so it is believed. Fact and fiction often contradict when it comes to our feline friends, so let's take a closer look at what your cat actually senses compared to you, me and other humans.
  • Siamese Cat The Favorite Shorthair  By : Paulina Jenkins
    The Siamese cat is believed to have its origin in Siam, Thailand. This is an ancient domestic breed with its ancestry traced back to an albino cat given to the king of Siam as a gift. In Thai legends, the Siamese cats were the protectors of the royal castles and temples from evil spirits. The Siamese people also believe that when a person of high rank died, the dead person's soul would linger on in the cat for a certain period. The Siamese cat first appeared in the West in the mid 1800s.
  • Kitty Chromosomes And Gender  By : Paulina Jenkins
    Studying kitty chromosomes is no different than the study of human chromosomes. It gives an insight into the fascinating procedure and occurrence of cat development. The study of feline DNA takes into account many different aspects and the results are most astonishing.
  • Nine Behavioral Causes Of A Cat Litter Box Problem  By : Kurt Schmitt
    There may be more than one cause of a cat litter box problem, but they come from one of two categories. If you've read my article on the physical causes of this dilemma, then you already know that this problem is either physical, or behavioral.
  • Ten Cat Facts Regarding Social Behavior  By : Kurt Schmitt
    The following cat facts on social behavior and interaction should help you better understand your pet. Cat behavior is largely misunderstood, even by experienced cat owners. I hope you find this helpful.
  • What You Need to Know about Feline Infectious Peritonitis  By : Kurt Schmitt
    Feline infectious peritonitis, or feline FIP is a deadly transmittable disease that is difficult to diagnose. In fact, it has been said that the most reliable confirmation is done during an autopsy. Infection rates are high in close quarters, making this the most feared disease in catteries, and the leading infectious cause of feline death.
  • Why You Should Get A Cat Scratching Post For Your Cat  By : Paulina Jenkins
    For a cat owner, a scratching post is an absolute necessity. It is likely what will stand between the cat and the total destruction of your couch, chairs, rugs and drapes. It is a natural inclination for cats to stretch and scratch, many of them also like to knead their front paws on something as well.
  • Cat Declawing Pros And Cons  By : Paulina Jenkins
    The medical procedure called onychectomy or cat declawing is a very painful and complex operation. It is an operation to remove a cat's claws by cutting off the first joint of each of its digits. It is similar to cutting your own fingers at the last bone. Cat declawing cannot be reversed and it is a surgical procedure performed usually by a veterinary doctor and the cat anesthetized.
  • Intestinal Worms in Cats at a Glance  By : Kurt Schmitt
    Worms in cats are a common occurance, especially in kittens, and your vet will test for them once per year. Testing is done by way of a stool sample.
  • Adopting Your First Kitten  By : Elyse Grau
    Are you getting a new kitten soon? Prepare your self and your house now, and prevent anxiety and running around at the last minute. This article will tell you what you need to know to be ready to bring your new kitten home.
  • Cat Fancier's Association - Place to Register Your Purebred Feline  By : Moses Wright
    Many people shopping for a feline companion may wonder what the initials CFA stand for. In order for a particular breed of cat to be recognized as a pedigreed breed, it must be recognized by the Cat Fancierís Association. This association is the largest purebred feline registry in the world and recognizes only forty one breeds of cats.
  • Keeping your Kitten Healthy  By : Andy F
    There's a huge variety of products and foods that are designed to help keep your kitten fit and healthy. Finding out which products will be best for your cat can often be found out by visiting a veterinary clinic.
  • Persian cat: Chocolate and Lilac color  By : Jessica Jennings
    Chocolate or lilac Persians?

    Can it be possible? I, as an owner, breeding Persians and exots, pose myself such a problem quite recently. Of, course they exist, if to see from genetic point of view.
  • Common Feline Illnesses, Diseases And Viruses  By : Moses Wright
    Find out more about felines common illnesses and diseases. Discuss that while many of these problems are non-fatal and can easily be treated by a veterinarian, others have no cure and are often fatal. Feline diseases can be hereditary or contracted by exposure to previously infected animals.
  • Kitten-Proofing Your Home  By : Crystal
    The very first thing to do after you pick out your new kitten is to make your home a safe place for the kitten to live. To do that, you need to remove all things a kitten could get into that could be dangerous. The first rule of preparing a home : Kittens get into everything: closets, drawers, cabinets, potted plants, garbage cans, Christmas trees, toilet bowls, refrigerators, drapery, sofa cushions, garages, and much more. I know I'm making them sound like little Terminators, but it is true. Ki
  • The Most Common Cat Diseases  By : Subasree
    Cats get ill even if they are taken care of very well. The cat diseases range from kitty cold to fatal diseases. Some of the cat diseases are discussed in detail in this article.
  • Keeping Your Cat Healthy  By : Mario Carini
    Your cat needs a lot more than just rabies and distemper shots to stay healthy. What you feed it can lead it down the road to diabetes and other diseases.
  • Coping With The Mysterious Behaviors Of Kittens  By : Tracy Hargraves
    Cats and kittens are fascinating animals. But spare your belongings and your household companions from scratches and serious illnesses. The playful character of cats and kittens will surely make them playmate and neighboring things prone to these.
  • Cat Litter Box Problem: Four Reasons Why Your Cat Won't Use The Box  By : Kurt Schmitt
    There are two main categories of causes for a cat litter box problem: physical problems or behavioral issues. If your cat is experiencing difficulty, the first thing you should do is have your veterinarian rule out physical causes.
  • The Secret Of Clumping Cat Litter  By : Lee Dobbins
    Find out about the different types of clumping cat litter and which might be best for your litter box.
  • Save Your Furniture, Your Sanity, and Your Cat's Claws!  By : Stephen Dolan
    Cats not only love to scratch but they need to. But you don't have let cat scratching ruin your furniture, or force you to de-claw your cat. Find out how to save your sanity and your cat's claws!
  • How to Keep Your Cat or Kitten Amused for Hours  By : Stephen Dolan
    Although cats are independant they still need to play and be stimulated. A cat that doesn't live in a challenging environment can quicky become bored. Find out how to keep your cat or kitten amused for hours.
  • The Advantages of Using Cat Litter Mats  By : Lee Dobbins
    Cat litter mats can help reduce some of the mess associated with a litter box - find out how to select one that is right for your cat.
  • Scoop Less Poop With An Automatic Cat Litter Box  By : Lee Dobbins
    For those of you that love your cat but not the litter box, find out the pros and cons of using an automated litter box.
  • Cat Health Problems: Controlling Your Allergies  By : Michelle Greene
    If you have allergies, there are some steps you can take so that you can still enjoy having a pet at home.

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