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Stephanie Dube Dwilson

    How To Groom And Care For A Long-Haired Cat

    Long-haired cats with their luxuriously soft fur and beautiful appearance can be a joy to own. But they also require a little more attention in the grooming department. You’ll need to be prepared to brush them frequently and keep mats from forming.

    by Stephanie Dube Dwilson
    April 8th

    Secrets To Raising A Tame And Outgoing Cat

    Raising a tame cat who’s social and outgoing requires a combination of a good upbringing, even from the time the kitten is in the womb, early handling, and a mom cat with a good temperament. Here are some tips to help your kitten grow into a social adult cat.

    by Stephanie Dube Dwilson
    February 24th

    6 Of The Best Ways To Clean Cat Pee In Your Home

    You probably know that cat pee can be incredibly difficult to get rid of completely. Even if you can’t smell it anymore, your cat might be able to, and they might be drawn by that scent to pee in the same place again. Here are the best ways to clean cat pee when it lands outside the litter box.

    by Stephanie Dube Dwilson
    January 25th

    How To Keep Your Cat Safe During A Blizzard

    A blizzard is a dangerous winter storm that has large amounts of snow, winds in excess of 35 mph, and visibility less than a quarter mile. In other words, you and your pets do not want to be caught outside in one! Here are some things you should know about keeping kitty safe during a blizzard.

    by Stephanie Dube Dwilson
    December 21st

    Cat Safety: 7 Hidden Dangers Of Halloween

    Halloween marks the beginning of the holiday season for us humans, but did you know that next to the 4th of July, this October holiday is the most dangerous time of year for our pets? Here are some things to watch out for and safety tips to guarantee your cat stays out of danger

    by Stephanie Dube Dwilson
    October 30th

    Is It Okay To Dress My Cat Up For Halloween?

    Cats tend to be a lot more sensitive and emotional than most dogs, which is why you see far fewer cats dressed up for Halloween than dogs. Here’s how to determine if dressing up your cat is a good idea and, if so, how to pick a costume that won’t send you to the hospital for deep claw wounds!

    by Stephanie Dube Dwilson
    October 30th
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