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    September 26th, 2011

    More and more people are feeding their cats raw food, a term that bears a bit of mystery for some. In the cat world, raw food means raw meat, perhaps enhanced with a few greens and vitamins. (Nope, not a Ceasar salad or a green smoothie!) Many nutritionists are promoting the benefits of raw food...

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    August 1st, 2011

    Diabetes, Fatty liver syndrome, and arthritis are a few diseases that occur in overweight cats, but you can get a feline to lose weight through diet and exercise.

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    July 31st, 2011

    Kittens are more likely to thrive on a diet specifically formulated for its growth, and we tell you what to promote and avoid when feeding your feline during its early years.

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    July 31st, 2011

    Obesity in cats can lead to a host of diseases and other problems, but what's more startling is that owners may not even recognize that their feline may be overweight.

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    July 31st, 2011

    Cat food has come a long way, baby. The choices used to be limited to kibble or canned. Now cat owners can find foods that are labeled natural, organic or human-grade. They can...

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    July 31st, 2011

    If youve ever seen your furry friend playing with it, you already know that catnip isnt just a clever name. The plants effects on cats have been known for centuries, evidenced...

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    July 31st, 2011

    Alcohol and chocolate may be vices for some humans, but those substances are toxic for cats; other substances deadly to felines include raisins, grapes, and green tomatoes.