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The Most Common Bad Cat Habits & How to Deal!

Monday, September 11th, 2017

As any parent of a cat can attest, there is nothing quite like the love of a feline.  A relationship with a cat is unlike any other, good and bad.  And as any parent of a cat with behavioral issues can tell you, the bad can be BAD.

Cats are not as easily “trainable” as dogs and communicate differently than their canine counterparts, too.  This does not mean you’re helpless, don’t worry!

 

We have the most common (read: the most commonly frustrating) bad cat habits PLUS how to keep your hair, your sanity, AND your healthy relationship with your feline friend. (more…)

From Enemies to Friends with These Tips for Feuding Felines

Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

 

We’ve gone over the problems and possible solutions for sibling rivalry among dogs, but what about when our cats seem to be at odds with each other?  Many cat owners choose to ignore the signs of discontent among their cats, thinking that they will work it out themselves.  But that is rarely the case.  Our feline friends sometimes need a little intervention and coaxing to work out their differences. (more…)

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How to Enjoy Vet Visits with Your Cat (Yes, We’re Serious!)

Monday, March 13th, 2017

As humans owned by cats, we all know it does not take much to stress out our cats.  Leaving the house is one of those events that trigger stress, especially when it involves the vet office.  Some cats are so terrified of the vet’s office that they require sedation before even leaving the house!  It doesn’t have to be that way and we have the tips to make it easier for both of you!

Trust is one of the most important aspects of our relationships with our feline companions (more…)

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