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Grooming Your Cat

Grooming Your Cat

No cat wants to be dirty, and it’s up to you to ensure that your cat stays clean. Grooming is very important, as it helps your cat remain clean and healthy. Grooming starts with brushing, as brushing helps to keep the cats hair from becoming hairballs. Brushing will...

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Behavior Training for Your Stubborn Cat

Behavior Training for Your Stubborn Cat

Learning cat behaviors before you start training them would be an good idea for anyone that is going to train a cat’s behavior. A cat can jump and land on its feet as this is a natural instinct for a cat. When a kitten is born the cushion in its paws are not developed...

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Protect Your Cat With Vaccinations

Protect Your Cat With Vaccinations

If you want to enjoy the companionship of a healthy and happy cat, 1 of the most important things you can do is to safeguard its health. Vaccinations can protect your cat from many common cat diseases. Weaned From Mother’s Immunity When your kitten is 6 to 8 weeks...

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Neutered Male Cat Spraying

Neutered Male Cat Spraying

When Peppers, my tom-cat was around seven to eight months old, he began to act weird. He started to become more and more aggressive. What's worse is that he began to spray around the corners of the house. A well-trained house cat, who still used the litter box to...

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Homemade Cat Treats

Homemade Cat Treats

A treat is a reward for an achievement. When we humans love treating ourselves with various delicacies, why not give treats to our cats? While you always have the option of purchasing ready-made cat treats, making them by yourself is a very special way of rewarding...

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How to Bathe a Kitten

How to Bathe a Kitten

As parents, you need to take care of your child's health as well as health and hygiene of pets that stay inside your home. This is because your child tends to cuddle up with these pets most of the time, which can be a likely cause for most infections. Kittens and cats...

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5 Best Home Remedies to Treat Cat Constipation

5 Best Home Remedies to Treat Cat Constipation

Olive oil, a natural laxative can help treat cat constipation. For usage, simply mix a tablespoon of olive oil in your cat's kibble. When your cat faces difficulty in passing stool, it may indicate constipation. In constipation, the stools become hard, forcing your...

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Turkish Angora Cats

Turkish Angora Cats

Are you looking to get a new cat soon? Great! You may want to consider a purebred cat. There are many breeds that can be found in this country, each with its own characteristic appearance and temperament and history. Think carefully about what you would...

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Hi, I'm Jess and this is Nala.

I've loved cats since I was a child and over the years I became obsessed with them. I love all animals and pets, but I have studied cats with special passion. I’ve spent most of my life trying to understand them and why they are the best companions, if they ‘allow’ you to be their friend.

I put this blog together with the aim of sharing things about cats that interest me and that can help you to understand your own…

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you find something to interest you along the way.

Jess

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