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  1. Cat Waking You Up in the Morning?

    by Chris Suckow - 2007-04-29
    Does your cat wake you up too early in the morning? Do you just for once want to sleep in on the weekend without him or her waking you up? Well by doing some simple things you can help take back you...
  2. Cat Urine Issues

    by Chris Suckow - 2007-04-28
    Cat urine issues are aggravating to many cat owners. Often times a cat will have been using the litter box normally for years and then all of a sudden you find your bed and carpet soaked in cat urine...
  3. Useful Advice for Cats: How to Care for your Human

    by Martine Carlsen - 2007-04-26
    For us cats there are several sweet advantages in having a human as a pet. However, remember you are taking on a big responsibility when you adopt one or more humans. Humans are demanding pets that ne...
  4. House Cat Training: Deal With Furniture Scratching

    by Maria Markella - 2007-04-24
    Does your cat scratches your favorite beautiful furniture? Well, scratch is part of your cats life. Your Cat's instict commands the pet to scratch in order to be comfortable and feel good. Is there an...
  5. Cats, Their Names, Health & More

    by Catherine Olivia - 2007-04-24
    A cat can touch your heart like no other animal. Unlike dogs, cats tend to be choosy. They love very selectively. Dogs like everyone, you need to earn a cat's trust. When you are loved by a cat you ar...
  6. Cats Don't Drool?

    by Marilyn Mackenzie - 2007-04-24
    Earlier today as I was Googling something, I came across a book entitled, Waiting For Your Cat to Bark? and I wanted to shout to the empty room, "Yes! Yes I am!" The book is actually something about...
  7. Cat Litter Boxes

    by Charley Hwang - 2007-04-22
    As the market for pets is expanding, there are more and more choices available for pet owners now, and instead of plain cardboard litter boxes, there are various selections one can choose from for his...
  8. You'd Like a Pet but Aren't Sure if You Have Enough Time? Adopt an Adult Cat They're Self-Cleaning

    by Carolyn McFann - 2007-04-21
    Shelters today are loaded with unwanted pets, waiting for someone to come and adopt them. This is a great place for busy professionals to find a wonderful pet, displaced by the death of a family membe...
  9. Cats Peeing Or Pooping Outside The Litter Box - 4 Steps To Stopping The Behavior

    by Elizabeth Barton - 2007-04-20
    1) The very first thing you should always do when your cat has stopped using the litter box is get them checked for a urinary tract infection. I don't care how healthy you think your kitty is, before ...
  10. Cat House Training Tricks

    by Munyaradzi Chinongoza - 2007-04-20
    A kitten can be a wonderful addition to the right household, bringing with him an exuberant playfulness that resembles that of a young child. Depending on the situation, however, even the sweetest ki...
  11. The Feline Immunodeficiency Virus

    by Jean Morgan - 2007-04-20
    The diseases suffered by humans and cats are very similar. Take for instance the feline immunodeficiency virus or FIV that has a strain very similar to the one found on those who are suffering from AI...
  12. There's Nothing Like A Cute Cat

    by Michelle Bery - 2007-04-19
    There comes a time in everyone's home when it must be decided if it's going to be a home with a pet or a home without. This is an easier decision for some than it is for others; there are some of us w...
  13. Signs and Symptoms of a Stressed Out Cat

    by Leigh Adams - 2007-04-18
    If you are a cat owner, you know that cats are emotional and sensitive creatures. Just like us, they can be lonely, stressed or depressed, but they do not express themselves the way we would.When you...
  14. House Cats - Should You Keep Your Pet Indoors?

    by Rebecca Prescott - 2007-04-18
    Whether our feline pets should be house cats or allowed to wander outside is a subject people usually have a pre-formed opinion on. For some people, cats are allowed free reign, and can go outside nig...
  15. Kitty Cat Bad Breath May Be A Digestive Imbalance... Not Tooth Decay or Disease!

    by Sheri Davis Collins - 2007-04-17
    I call it "Kitty Cat Breath." My cats eat medicated food mixed with homemade cooked turkey that I prepare for them (to be certain that they are provided with the proper nutritional balance). As a r...
  16. Inexpensive Cat Toys Your Cat Will Love To Play

    by Charley Hwang - 2007-04-15
    Owning a cat does not just mean taking care of it and feeding it; it also means that you should get it some toys so that it can enjoy itself. Having toys is necessary for a cat, for if it has nothing ...
  17. Your Aging Siamese - Tips for Better Living

    by Bonnie Koenig - 2007-04-15
    Siamese cats are recognized for living longer than the average cat. This means that owners must be prepared to deal with an elderly cat. Elderly Siamese have their own needs and desires. Here are...
  18. How to Stop Your Cat from Chewing on Electrical Cords and Other Objects

    by Mike Ray - 2007-04-14
    Chewing on electrical cords can burn or shock your cat causing respiratory problems, cardiac arrest and even death. Cats' sharp teeth and their inquisitive nature can put your cat at high risk. This ...
  19. A Urinary Problem - The Cat

    by Mandy Fain - 2007-04-12
    A cat may contract different types of urinary tract problems. The one that stands out is the feline lower urinary tract disease. This disorder may become fatal if not treated properly. This type of ca...
  20. Funny Cat Behaviors and What to Do About Them

    by Carolyn McFann - 2007-04-11
    Cats sure have interesting ways of expressing themselves. Some are cute, and some, well, can hurt. Most cat owners know about love chomps, those playful nips cats give at times. They are different tha...