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Why Do Cats Purr

Why Do Cats Purr?

It's easy to assume that cats purr because they're happy. After all, when your kitty contentedly curls up in your lap for some well-deserved scratches and rubs, she's obviously one happy feline. She's Happy When your cat looks relaxed: She's on her back, eyes half-closed, tail mostly still. If she's purring, it's safe to assume she's in her happy place. Your ct is making a big smile. He's Hungry or Wants Something Some cats purr when it's mealtime.  When cats purr for food, they combine their normal purr with an unpleasant cry or meow, a bit like a human baby's cry. ...

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Why Do Cats Wag Their Tails?

Why Do Cats Wag Their Tails?

Cats are great communicators, if you know how to speak their language. A cat’s tail position can act as a barometer for his/her mood. Tail wagging is a way to communicate those feelings with us, but we must consider the entire picture, including non-tail body language and overall demeanor, before accurately interpreting it. When we learn to read the messages our cats are sending us, we will be able to respond accordingly and develop a trusting, respectful relationship with our beloved felines. Why Do Cats Wag Their Tails? Here are six reasons why your cat may be engaging in this...

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Natural Ways To Prevent Fleas

Natural Ways To Prevent Fleas

Does your cat have fleas?Here are some natural ways to keep the fleas away from our furry pals. A Healthy Diet Much like humans, if cats are given a healthy and balanced diet they may be able to fight off diseases and pests naturally. Most commercial cat food is devoid of many of the nutrients your cat needs to properly combat all the toxins they are exposed to daily. Adding flaxseed oil, probiotics and digestive enzymes to your cat's diet may help boost her immune system and help her resist pests on her own. Other products to try include: Garlic Garlic...

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What You Don't Know About Your Cat's Paws

What You Don't Know About Your Cat's Paws

Are you curious about yout cat's paws? We made a list of Check out the following tips to turning nail-clipping sessions into enjoyable together time. Your Kitty’s paws are highly sensitive… You may have noticed your cats being irritated when their paws are being touched, rubbed or played with. This is because their little paw pads contains large concentrations of nerve receptors which helps them in hunting and maintaining balance. Cats feel the texture of the ground, vibrations, and gravity through their paws. These sensations help them evaluate their prey and stay in balance. Their sensitive paws also test for...

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How To Cut Your Cat's Nails

How To Cut Your Cat's Nails

Does your kitty disappear when the clippers come out? Do you have to wrap her in a towel to give her a manicure? Check out the following tips to turning nail-clipping sessions into enjoyable together time. 1. Set The Mood Ideally you should introduce your furry friend to nail clipping when she’s a kitten. Choose a chair in a quiet room where you can comfortably sit your cat on your lap. Get her when she’s relaxed and even sleepy, like in her groggy, after-meal state. 2. Gently Take One Of Your Cat’s Paws Massage for no longer than the count of three....

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Should I Give My Cat A Bath?

Should You Give Your Cat A Bath

Do your furry baby really need baths? There is probably something wrong with the world when someone proposes brushing a cat’s teeth or bathing a cat, right? Do Cats Need Baths? In most cases, a cat would not need to be washed with water. Cats groom themselves naturally, so regular brushing is usually enough to keep your pet looking clean and comfortable. __ For most cats, it’s even completely okay never to bathe them, though as mentioned, bathing a cat does provide several benefits. Benefits Of Bathing Your Cat It will make him cleaner. Licking its own fur helps a cat to get rid of dead hair,...

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