Claw Care for Kitties
Do the legs of your furniture bear the claw marks of your cat? Is scratching the furniture abnormal? If so, you may want to consider trimming your catís claws. When cats scratch, it is a normal part of behavior that is hard-wired into their genes. They do it to maintain their feline physique as well as to hone those claws into sharp little weapons. Unfortunately, both you and your furniture can suffer as a result...
Jan 14, 2006, 13:22
Cat Grooming Ė Keep Your Cat Looking Great
Cats do not like to be dirty. Most cats spend a good part of their day licking their paws and face to stay clean and tidy. However, despite this, few cat owners think about grooming their cats...
Jan 8, 2006, 17:53
The Cat Bath - How To Wash Your Cat
Everyone knows that cats absolutely hate water, so why on earth would someone want to bathe their cat? Well, although cats don't enjoy paddling in the swimming pool with their doggie pals, they still can get just as dirty or flea infested as dogs. There are times when there is just no other option besides giving your cat a bath. As long as you do not bathe your cat more frequently than once a month, you will not damage his hair or skin...
Jan 8, 2006, 17:37
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