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Exercise your cat

Exercise is very important for your cat. It helps maintain a healthy body weight, tone, strong muscles and an alert mind. Since most of our cats are indoor only cats these days, it means we need to provide opportunities for them to exercise, otherwise this sedentary life can lead to obesity and disease. Exercising your… View Article
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Cat care tips

Cat care tip 1: Cats need their own space. No matter where you live, a quiet place for your cat to hide in is a must. All cats need their alone time and have a special spot for them to call their own will make your cat much happier. A spot to rest, away from… View Article
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Cat boarding prep

Cat Boarding prep Cats, especially those who are indoor cats, are not used to living in many different environments which means that when they board for the first few times, the experience can be stressful. However, cat boarding doesn’t need to be a questionable experience for your cat. This is why we came up with this… View Article
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Older pet tips

Everybody gets older every day and that includes your pet. Older pets have different needs than younger ones and here are a few things to take into consideration as your pet gets older. Depending on your pet’s size, health, nutrition, breed and some other factors, their approximate age in human years varies, the following charts… View Article
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Picking a rescue: part 1 (pet shelter)

Finding the perfect pet for you family can happen in many different ways, some people will search for a great breeder with a specific breed of dog in mind, while others prefer to visit a shelter and see which pet will “speak” to them. The more people adopt from shelters the more we see these… View Article
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American Shorthair Cat

  The American Shorthair cat dates back to at least the 10th century. Originally, the Romans brought this cat with them to England. Later British settlers brought them along with them to America. They were traditionally known as domestic shorthair but were later defined as American Shorthair to distinguish them from free bred cats. This… View Article
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