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  1. How To Get A Cat To Gain Weight

    How To Get A Cat To Gain Weight

    ...they wouldn’t have been before. For more suggestions on how to get your cat to eat more, check out our article: How to get your cat to eat again Other Supplements Owners of skinny kitties have resorted to the use of supplements to help their cats gain weight. Flavored, high-calorie gels...
  2. Cat Acting Strangely? Here's What It Could Mean

    Cat Acting Strangely? Here's What It Could Mean

    ...will need to be assessed and treated as soon as possible. Read more about why cats stop eating and our guide about how to get a cat to eat again, filled with advice given by experienced cat owners. "Why Does My Cat Suddenly Act Frightened and Hide?" Well, your cat is probably afraid. The...
  3. Weaning: How To Get Your Kittens To Eat On Their Own

    Weaning: How To Get Your Kittens To Eat On Their Own

    Watching a litter of tiny kittens suckling voraciously, you may be wondering how they will ever switch over to eating on their own? The transition from nursing to independent eating is called weaning. It is a process and does not happen over night, but the good news is yes, every kitten...
  4. How To Get Your Cat To Start Eating Again

    How To Get Your Cat To Start Eating Again

    ...on high-quality cat food. It may be "junk food" but as long as it's not harmful to cats, everything is "kosher" when trying to get a cat to eat again. Here are some things our members say worked for them - Chicken or beef flavored baby food - make sure it doesn't contain any garlic or...
  5. Why Do Cats...? The Ultimate Guide To Feline Behavior

    Why Do Cats...? The Ultimate Guide To Feline Behavior

    Ever wonder about why your cat behaves the way he does? We’ve put together a concise FAQ in alphabetical order to answer the most commonly asked questions of “Why do cats….?” In this article, we bring you answers to the following 53(!) common cat behavior questions. Why do cats? The ultimate...
  6. Why Has My Cat Stopped Eating And Is It Dangerous?

    Why Has My Cat Stopped Eating And Is It Dangerous?

    ...not eating to eat. Regardless of the trigger for the anorexia, you should encourage a cat to eat, and if needs be, have a vet insert a feeding tube and force feed the cat that way. Never let your cat go without food for more than a day or two. Next read this: How to get your cat to eat again
  7. Do Cats Like To Be Petted?

    Do Cats Like To Be Petted?

    Do cats like to be petted?If you love cats, chances are that you love petting cats. But is the feeling mutual? Do cats enjoy being petted? Let's review this question in depth to see which cats like to be petted and why. We'll even address the more common ways in which cats like to be petted...
  8. How To Move With Your Cat To A New Home In A Safe Way

    How To Move With Your Cat To A New Home In A Safe Way

    Are you moving into a new place? A wonderful new apartment in a fancy part of town or maybe that big beautiful house of your dreams? Congratulations! You're probably feeling both excited and nervous about the big move! Moving house can be a happy occasion, but for your cat, this could actually...
  9. Transitioning Free-fed Kibble Kitties To Timed Meals

    Transitioning Free-fed Kibble Kitties To Timed Meals

    Kitty parents find themselves wanting to transition from free-fed kibble to timed meals and/or a new type of food for many reasons: The need to monitor food intake in multi-cat homes Kitty health As part of a transition to a canned, raw, or homemade food, where the food is not left out and must...
  10. 16 Top Cat Experts Share Tips For Dealing With Timid Cats

    16 Top Cat Experts Share Tips For Dealing With Timid Cats

    When they consider adopting a cat, most people fantasize about a friendly, outgoing and confident one. Reality is often different. If your cat is the kind that shies away from human contact and spends more time hiding under the bed than in your lap, then you're probably wondering how you can...
  11. Transitioning Your Cat From Kibble To A New Type Of Food (canned, Raw, Or Homemade)

    Transitioning Your Cat From Kibble To A New Type Of Food (canned, Raw, Or Homemade)

    I want my kitties eating a healthier diet, and I’m ready to go! What’s next? Free-fed kibble eaters are usually nibblers. The very first step is to begin feeding timed meals. For free-fed nibblers, you cannot just pull up the kibble, they need to learn how to eat “meals.” This process is...
  12. Fantastic Food And Water Dishes - A Product Guide (updated For 2019)

    Fantastic Food And Water Dishes - A Product Guide (updated For 2019)

    Think your cat food dish is, well, just a food dish? Think again! We found you some crazy food dishes that are much more than just a receptacle for kitty chow. Check out these innovative food and water dishes that can control your cat's eating speed, decorate your home, control pests, keep...
  13. Help! My Cat Is Lost!

    Help! My Cat Is Lost!

    Think your cat might be lost? First of all, don’t panic. Stop and think, when was the last time you saw Kitty? That will give you an idea of how long she’s been missing. Think about your own movements since then—did you leave the house, open windows, have company or do anything differently than...
  14. The 4 Most Common Worms That Can Make Your Cat Sick

    The 4 Most Common Worms That Can Make Your Cat Sick

    Worms? Yikes! Especially if you get to see your cat vomiting a pile of squirming worms, or if you find them in your litterbox. Yes, it's disgusting but it's something that can and does happen and every cat owner should learn all about the various types of worms that can affect a cat's health...
  15. Can Cats Manage Without Their Teeth?

    Can Cats Manage Without Their Teeth?

    For modern humans, teeth seem to be essential. We chew with our teeth and without them would need a radical change of diet. We use them to speak, and without teeth our speech would be impaired. Last, but not least, there are major aesthetic considerations. It’s little wonder most people fear...
  16. Homemade Flea Remedies For Cats

    Homemade Flea Remedies For Cats

    Fleas - they’re almost too tiny to see, multiply like crazy, and can live way too long as far as people and cats are concerned. They can come into the yard on a squirrel, into the house on the dog or even hitch a ride on a human. It makes for a miserable situation all around. What can you do...
  17. New Cat Checklist: What You Need To Get Before Bringing Kitty Home

    New Cat Checklist: What You Need To Get Before Bringing Kitty Home

    Cats are famous for their independent nature. If you've never had a cat in your life you may think it means they are self-sustained and don't need much. It certainly does not. Just like soon-to-be parents need to prepare the nursery for their first newborn, so do you need to get a proper gear...
  18. Your Cat Throwing Up?

    Your Cat Throwing Up?

    Cats tend to throw up stuff every now and again. If you share your life with a cat, you probably know the picture and the soundtrack, too: your cat meowing loudly in a low-pitched tone, heaving and retching pitifully until some intermediate wet mass comes out of her mouth. Scary as it may seem...
  19. Vanishing Act - The Story Of Jace

    Vanishing Act - The Story Of Jace

    Jace, a cross-breed Maine Coon is the focus of this story. Rescued and adopted off the street by a first-time cat owner, who then allowed a vet to persuade her to not only neuter Jace but also do a front paw declaw at the same time… Jace’s story might have ended where he went home to recover...
  20. The Cat Flap Or Door

    The Cat Flap Or Door

    Does Kitty Get His Own Key?Cat doors can be used two ways - indoor or outdoor. While outdoor gives your cat some freedom and fresh air, the downside is it's just plain dangerous for all concerned. A cat in the yard is seen as prey by an owl, hawk, or coyote. Depending on the part of the country...
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