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    What Does Helping Shelter Animals Mean To You?

    They say that with volunteering, you get back so much more than you give. I sort of cringe every time I hear that. Not because it isn’t true, but because it’s too simple; it doesn’t convey the depth of the experience.

    by CatTime
    October 22nd

    How To Get Your Cat Into Their Carrier Comfortably

    Many cat parents have walked away with arms covered in scratch marks after trying to force an unwilling feline into their carrier. So, if you get anxious even thinking about getting your cat into a carrier, try these hints.

    by CatTime
    October 22nd

    Should My Cat Be Using The Toilet?

    Should your cat be using the toilet? After all, dealing with a litter box is a hassle, and it can get pretty smelly. Wouldn’t it be best if you could just train your feline friend to use the same toilet you use? The short answer is “no.” Here’s why.

    by Marilyn Krieger, CCBC
    October 21st

    7 Symptoms You Should Not Ignore In Your Cat

    Pet parents are always looking for ways to save money on their animals. Unfortunately, this also sometimes leads people to delay seeking medical care because they’re uncertain if a visit to the vet is absolutely necessary. Here are some common clinical signs that you should never ignore in your cat.

    by Ernest Ward
    October 21st

    Why Do Cats Eat Grass? Is It Safe?

    You’ll be happy to know that eating grass is fairly normal behavior for cats, and it’s usually not harmful. Eating, and often regurgitating, grass can be messy, but it’s not necessarily dangerous for our feline friends. In fact, some believe it actually has some benefits.

    by CatTime
    October 20th

    Here’s What You Should Know About Feeding Your Kitten

    Just as children’s dietary needs differ from those of healthy adults, your new kitten’s optimum diet is different from that of a mature cat. The best thing you can do is talk to your veterinarian about your kitten’s needs. Here’s what you should know about feeding kittens.

    by CatTime
    October 20th

    Dealing With The Loss Of Your Cat

    Suffering the loss of a beloved cat is a painful experience. No matter how old they were or how expected their death, they were a part of your household — and your family — and losing a family member is very difficult. Here’s what you should know about dealing with the loss.

    by CatTime
    October 16th

    National Feral Cat Day: Everything You Need To Know

    October 16th is National Feral Cat Day. Whether you call them stray felines, outdoor cats, or community kitties, one thing is for sure — feral cats are still one of the most misunderstood animal groups in the United States. Here’s what you should know.

    by CatTime
    October 15th

    Cat Obesity: Causes & How To Tell If Your Cat Is Overweight

    October 9th is National Pet Obesity Awareness Day, but obesity is a problem for our pets all year long. It’s important to learn the causes, the ways to spot the problem, and how to fight obesity to keep our cats healthy. Here’s what you should know about feline obesity.

    by CatTime
    October 8th

    39 Of The Best Names For Black Cats [PICTURES]

    October is Black Cat Awareness Month, so help spread the word about black cats and dispel some of the myths that keep them from finding forever homes! Here are the best names for black cats complete with beautiful pictures!

    by CatTime
    October 1st

    Black Cats: Halloween Hazards, Motivating Myths

    Black cats have never had it easy. In some cultures — and for many individuals — they represent bad luck or misfortune. Perhaps most disturbingly, black cats are also sometimes targeted around Halloween for teasing and abuse — or worse.

    by CatTime
    October 1st
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