Litter Problem: How Often Should You Clean Your Cat's Litter Box?
It's a problem every cat owner has; how to dispose of your kitty's nastier bits. You have to consider a number of things, from how many cats you have to your abilities to the odor issue. Let's start with cat litter...
Jan 14, 2006, 15:21
Flea Treatment Options for your Cat
Before you adopt your first cat or take in that stray that you have been feeding, consider all of the flea treatment options for this cat. Are you willing to be proactive and aggressive in your stance against these pesky fleas? Cat ownership consists not only of wonderful companionship but also all of the care of the cat as well. That means regular grooming, veterinarian visits, cat food and toy purchases and of course, flea treatment. As long as you know that fleas will never truly go away, you should be ready to tackle owning a cat and all that entails...
Jan 14, 2006, 14:01
Fighting Fleas Indoors – How to Treat for Them in your Home
You’re sitting in your favorite spot on the couch with your cat by your side. Then all of the sudden, you feel an itching sensation around your ankles. You scratch a few times, but this irritating feeling just persists. You look down and see little dark dots just bouncing around. Guess what? Your precious kitty has brought a present into your home – fleas! But wait a minute; you are diligent about treating your family pet for fleas...
Jan 14, 2006, 13:40
Easy Tips for Cleaning Up Cat Messes
Cats may be cute, furry, and great companions, but they can also be responsible for making terrible messes. These messes can leave stains and lingering odors if not properly cared for. But, with a few simple tricks, these messes don’t have to last a lifetime in your carpet or on your furniture...
Jan 14, 2006, 13:37
Cat Litter Boxes
For most cat owners, one of the biggest drawbacks of owning a cat is the dreaded cat litter box. Few people like to clean litter boxes. After all, they aren't just smelly. Litter can be quite dusty and people that change litter boxes are more susceptible to some cat diseases that can be caught by humans than people that do not change their cats' litter boxes...
Jan 8, 2006, 18:30
Cat Feeders and Bowls
While cats do have a reputation as finicky eaters, few cats really insist on dining from fine crystal bowls. However, that doesn't mean you should feed your cat straight from the can, either. Cats should have their own sturdy feeders or bowls that are easy to clean...
Jan 8, 2006, 17:42
Choosing a Bed for Your Cat - The Perfect Place to Cat Nap
Are you tired of cat hair on the counters, footprints on the windowsills, and rumpled pillows? If so, you may want to consider giving your cat his own resting spot. In fact, to truly make your cat happy, you may need to provide him with several cat beds in different areas...
Jan 8, 2006, 17:39
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