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  • How To Get a Cat to Stop Pooping in Potted Plants

    Learn how to keep cats out of potted plants, which will make your houseplants happier, your floors cleaner, and your house smelling much more pleasant.
  • How To Choose a Cat Sitter

    Finding someone to care for your pets while you are gone can be a challenge, and in the case of a cat sitter, picking the perfect person can be even more difficult. By...
  • How To Make Sure Your Cat Uses the Litter Box

    You would be surprised at how fast kittens pick up on using a litter box. Unlike dogs, there is practically no housetraining involved. Unfortunately, sometimes the...
  • How To Prepare for a Pregnant Cat

    Wow, your cat has been very vocal lately. She’s meowing loudly and demanding your attention. Her eating habits have changed, and she doesn’t seem hungry. You have...
  • How To Groom a Long-Haired Cat

    In this article I will go through a step by step process to grooming a long-haired cat. I am a pet groomer with extensive experience in cat training, and will take...
  • How To Make Money as a Young Teen

    When you are young and can't get a job at a store or restaurant such as McDonald's, it can be hard to make money. As tough as it is to make a dent in the moneymaking...
  • How To Decide What Pet Is Right For You

    Selecting a new pet is a big decision for anyone. Remember anything you do will now impact the life of another creature. Below are some things to think about before...
  • How To Give a Pet as a Gift

    Advice about purchasing a pet as a gift for the holidays.
  • How To Grow Catnip

    Propagation of catnip outside for medicinal or pet-related purposes.
  • How To Feed Your Pet Safely

    Having a snack or a meal may attract your pet's attention, which would also involve some mooching. Well, before thinking about sharing your food with your favorite...
  • How To Clean a Cat

    Cats are famously fastidious groomers; usually, they take care of themselves just fine. Sometimes, however, you may wish to be involved; here's how to make it painless...
  • Build Cat Scratch Posts with Sisal Rope

    First of all, you need to know that I have produced sisal rope scratching posts for over 20 years - thousands of them. This is to establish the fact that I had better...
  • Travel in a Car with Your Pet Cat

    Cat lovers hate to leave their feline buddies behind during car trips and holidays, but usually even a short car trips prompts cats to become almost feral – moaning,...
  • How To Clean Up Cat Urine

    As any cat owner will tell you, cat urine has a particularly intolerable - not to mention resilient - odor. On top of that, it can stain carpet and hardwood floors...
  • How To Leash-Train Your Cat

    Leash-training a cat seems like a losing battle, doesn't it? If you've ever tried to walk your cat on a leash, you might have given up rather quickly,...
  • How To Choose Cat Food: Find the Best Cat Food

    When you look into the eyes of your beloved cat, do you see the soul of a voracious, meat-eating hunter? You probably see a cute, fuzzy, lovable attention-glutton! But...
  • How To Groom a Cat

    Would you want to bathe using your tongue on a daily basis? I didn't think so. But that's exactly what cats do. You'll never hear them complaining about it, either -...
  • How To Determine the Status of a Stray Cat

    Stray cats are very common, and for a compassionate observer they pose a unique challenge. The challenge we often face as compassionate observers is figuring out...
  • How To Adopt a Stray Cat

    Ask many Americans how they found their beloved pet cat, and often you'll hear the familiar reply - "Our cat found us!" By some accounts, nearly half of...
  • How To Help Children Cope with the Loss of a Pet

    Children are funny when it comes to grief. It can look something like this: "Yea, my dog died. Can I have a peanut butter and banana sandwich?" Children can...
  • How To Travel with Pets by Air

    It's easy to fly with your cat, small dog, bird, or other pet in the cabin of an airplane. Most airlines will allow you to bring an animal on board as a carry-on and...
  • How To Cope with the Loss of a Pet

    There's no easy way to cope with the loss of a pet, nor should you try to bypass the natural grieving process. Always remember, you're not alone. Everyone...
  • How To Stop Your Cat from Eating Houseplants

    If you're a cat owner, you might have noticed it upon returning from vacation - a previously robust plant now tattered and ripped. Or maybe it's been happening...
  • How To Help Your Pet Cope with the Loss of Another Pet

    Coping with the death of a beloved pet is very difficult for all of us, requiring lengthy sessions of grieving, feelings of emptiness and not just a few tears. But we...
  • Buy Pet Medical Insurance: Information About Pet Insurance Plans

    You love your pet and do not even want to think about him becoming ill or having an accident. Pet health insurance can provide you with peace of mind if he does need...
  • How To Choose a Veterinarian

    For those of us who love our pets, choosing the right veterinarian can be a big decision. There are several things you can do to ensure that you find a doctor you are...
  • Choosing the Right Pet Boarding Kennel: Resort, Kennels or Hotels

    Choosing your pet's home away from home while you are gone is one of the more important choices you can make for them. Many people do not realize the extreme...
  • Feline Herpes: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

    Feline Rhinotracheitis, or feline herpes, is a virus commonly found in weak kittens or older cats, both domestic and wild. This feline virus is highly infectious and...
  • Feline Kidney Disease Symptoms and Treatment: Cat Illness

    Feline kidney disease is extremely common in older cats but can develop in younger cats. Cats that develop this disease do not begin to show symptoms until they have...
  • How To Identify and Treat Feline Leukemia

    Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) causes feline leukemia, a type of cat cancer, as well as many other disorders including lymphoma, immune system suppression, anemia,...
  • Identify and Treat Feline Pancreatitis: Symptoms and Treatment

    Feline pancreatitis is a serious disease that can be dangerous as well as painful for your cat. This article discusses symptoms for feline pancreatitis, but other...
  • Feline Immunodeficiency Virus - Symptoms and Treatments

    Feline HIV, also known as feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is part of the same family of viruses (lentiviruses) as the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)....
  • How To Identify and Treat Feline Constipation

    Feline constipation is not uncommon, and while it is more often found in older cats, it can occur in cats of any age. Generally, a cat will have one or two bowel...
  • How To Begin Cat Toilet Training

    If you have a cat, you already know how unpleasant it can be to keep the litter box clean. But did you know that cats can be trained to use the toilet? It's true,...
  • How To Identify and Treat Feline Ear Mites

    Ear mites are one of the most common causes of feline ear discomfort. But what exactly are ear mites? They are tiny parasites that live inside the ear canal of an...
  • Kitten Training and Information for Baby Kittens and Pet Cats

    There are few things as adorable as baby kittens. Spending some time learning how to train them will be much easier than trying to undo bad habits in older cats. There...
  • How To Care for Older Cats

    Older cats are more sedentary than younger ones, and usually easier housemates, since they are less 'crazy,' but they have unique health issues that you should be...
  • How To Care for Your House Cat

    Cats are among the easiest house pets to care for, because they are fairly self-sufficient, as long as they are fed and their litter is changed periodically. But there...
  • How To Identify and Treat Feline Distemper

    Feline distemper, or panleukopenia, is a serious disease most often seen in kittens under age five months. The disease is often fatal in kittens, although older cats...
  • How To Identify and Treat Feline Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Feline Inflammatory Bowel Disease is one of the most common gastrointestinal diseases in cats. The term actually refers to a group of disorders that cause inflammation...
  • How To Train Your Cat

    If you have a cat, especially with behavior problems such as scratching, not using the litter box, or meowing all night long, you may be wondering how to train her to...
  • How To Take Care of a Kitten: Looking After Kittens

    If you've just gotten a kitten, you may be wondering how to care for her and what you should be doing. You may have questions about vaccines, foods, litter boxes and...
  • How To Wean a Bottle Fed Kitten

    Here are some pointers on how to make the transition as stress-free as possible for both you and your kitten: Once your cat is four weeks old (see # 9), start by...
  • How To Identify and Treat Feline Worms

    If you have a new kitten or see something odd in your cat's fecal matter, you may be wondering about worms. Worms are a parasitic organism that many cats get. The two...
  • How To Buy Cat Toys

    Despite their reputation as lazy animals, cats need playtime. It's hard-wired into their basic instincts. Experts have observed that wild cats often play with...
  • Keeping a Cat from Urinating on Furniture

    One of the worst problems owners encounter with cats are litter box problems. While most cats will use a blanket or carpet if they decide not use the litter box, some...
  • Identify and Treat Cat Parasites: Fleas, Worms, Ticks and More

    Feline parasites are divided into two different types: those that live outside the body including cat fleas, mites, and ticks, and those who live inside the body and...
  • Identifying and Treating Feline Anemia

    Like humans, cats can, and often do suffer from anemia. The condition, known as feline anemia, is the result of a low red blood cell count that leads to a reduction of...
  • Identify and Treat Feline Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Cat Health

    Feline squamous cell carcinoma is a type of cat cancer that affects the skin of cats, most commonly in and around the facial tissue. The disease is contracted most...
  • Building Cat Tree Furniture: Cat Tree Condo and Scratch Post

    Do-It-Yourself building of cat furniture has become very popular. The projects are relatively easy and most can be completed in an afternoon. The most sought after...