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    • 1.

      Buying a Cat - Crucial Information for New Owners

      by Matthew Hick - 2006-12-03
      If you are purchasing or adopting a cat for the first time, there are many things that you need to take into consideration and know about your new pet. Cats require a decent amount of training, care, ...
    • 2.

      Declawing Cats - The Facts

      by Matthew Hick - 2006-12-03
      Many cat owners must make the decision of whether or not to declaw their pets. Owners must realize that cat declawing is not a simple issue. Whether they realize it or not, there are short and long-te...
    • 3.

      Cat Grooming - Three Important Tasks

      by Matthew Hick - 2006-12-04
      Cats are clean creatures. If you have ever seen a cat licking its fur, you have witnessed it self-grooming. Cats are able to keep themselves groomed, as they expel as much saliva as they do urine. Thi...
    • 4.

      Cat Food - What is Best For Your Cat

      by Matthew Hick - 2006-12-06
      One thing that cats certainly love is their food. If left to their own devices, cats would seek out rats, mice, or other creatures to devour as dinner. However, nowadays many people have cats as house...
    • 5.

      Cat Health - Common Issues

      by Matthew Hick - 2006-12-08
      Like human beings, cats can suffer from a variety of health issues. But unlike humans, cats are unable to vocalize the problem. Therefore, an owner's knowledge of warning signs must be depended upon s...
    • 6.

      Cat Trees: Should Cats Have Furniture Too?

      by Lisa Koosis - 2007-02-08
      You've seen them. Tall pieces of wood wrapped in rope with carpeted platforms attached at regular intervals. Some of them are downright intricate, with cubbyholes, swinging toys, and hidden openings...
    • 7.

      Save Your Furniture, Your Sanity, and Your Cat's Claws!

      by Steve Dolan - 2007-02-08
      New cats and kittens are a fantastic addition to any family. But after you've bought the litter box it's time to worry about the furniture. You see, cats love to scratch. They actually need to scra...
    • 8.

      Keep Your Cat Off of the Counter

      by Lauren Brehm - 2007-03-09
      Kitchen counters are like magnets to cats. Cats love high surfaces, and, as a bonus, the kitchen counter smells delicious. Your counter is often full of good things to eat, or at least, still smelli...
    • 9.

      Do I Need A Cat Furniture?

      by Guido Nussbaum - 2007-03-25
      There are different kinds of cat furniture you can choose from like cat condos, cat trees and others. Depending on where you live and what kind of design you prefer, you have different choices of cat ...
    • 10.

      Pet Steps - Why So Popular

      by David P. Lee - 2007-04-25
      As our pets age, it is up to us to make life a little easier for our beloved companion. After all the years of devotion to you, it is only fair that they get the utmost care and sensitivity when some ...