Tuesday, October 25th, 2011 | Home and Family |
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Feline owners who are renters can face challenges every time
they move from one rental to another. Their cat may have the
best cat litter box habits in the world, but if the new
apartment has cat urine damage from the previous tenant, the
cycle could be repeated. If your kitty smells the cat urine from
the previous ...› Continue reading
Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 | Home and Family |
Best Pet Picks for Kids
Pets are great for kids and every child should have a pet at
some point in their childhood. Not only do they make great
friends but they also teach a child life lessons of care and
A child's first pet will depend a lot on their age and level of
maturity, so as a parent, you will need to decide what level of
responsibility your child can handle, unless you want to end up
doing all the work. In order to help make that decision easier,
we have compiled a ...› Continue reading
Saturday, October 15th, 2011 | Home and Family |
If there is one thing that a lot of cat owners hate about having their feline companions, it is the fact that they sometimes keep them awake at night. Yes, cats can indeed become extremely noisy at night, and can even keep your neighbors awake. If such is the case with your cat, then you should consider getting a cat house for your feline friend. Do not feel guilty about sending your cat out of your bedroom. This is actually good for your cat because this fosters independence. What's more, ...› Continue reading
Wednesday, October 12th, 2011 | Home and Family |
b>1. Keep your pregnant cat indoors.
Don't expose an expecting kitty to danger. But there are more
reasons. Some queens go into heat even during pregnancy. Cats
are capable of being pregnant of two different litters at the
same time. And of course, a pregnant cat should not give birth
in a cold place outside.
2. Give your kitty the right food.
It should be high on calcium and protein. Kitten food is
specially designed to meet the need of pregnant and nursing
felines. Vitamin supplements are ...› Continue reading
Monday, October 10th, 2011 | Home and Family |
Bringing home a new puppy is always an exciting time for the
entire family. Getting that new puppy off the right start with
proper training is very important to making that puppy a valued
member of his human family. There are a number of talents that
every new puppy must master, including going up and down the
stairs, and how to accept a new collar as if she's worn it her
It is best to introduce a new puppy to the household when
everyone in the family is present, and when the ...› Continue reading
Thursday, October 6th, 2011 | Home and Family |
You've heard that in real estate location is everything. This
applies equally to your cat's litter box. Successful, consistent
cat litter box habits depend upon several factors, and the
litter location is crucial.
This article will highlight how you can successfully locate your
cat's litter box to her (and your) satisfaction.
To begin, try to think like a cat. Where would you like to have
a cat litter box? Eliminating one's waste is a vulnerable time.
Cats need to feel safe and undisturbed ...› Continue reading
Tuesday, October 4th, 2011 | Home and Family |
Bringing home a new shih tzu puppy is always an exciting time
for the entire family. Getting that new shih tzu puppy off the
right start with proper training is very important to making
that shih tzu puppy a valued member of his human family. There
are a number of talents that every new shih tzu puppy must
master, including going up and down the stairs, and how to
accept a new collar as if she's worn it her entire life.
It is best to introduce a new shih tzu puppy to the household
when everyone ...› Continue reading
Monday, October 3rd, 2011 | Home and Family |
Just as the body language of human beings can convey their emotions and thinking, similarly you can know your cat's thinking by observing its body language. Observing your cat is essential to keep it healthy, for giving it meals, and for its toilet habits since it cannot speak and convey to you as to what it wants by words. When you observe her body language, its ears and tail say a lot. She speaks mostly through these two mediums. If you notice your cat is displaying unusual body language ...› Continue reading
Saturday, October 1st, 2011 | Home and Family |
The hordes of homeless and feral cats everywhere are growing by
leaps and bounds, and finally people are beginning to wake up to
the necessity of neutering their cats.
Because cats can reproduce several times a year, and kittens
mature quickly, just 2 feral cats (the wild offspring of
domestic cats) can quickly become 2,000. In fact, the feline
reproduction statistics are staggering. 2 uncontrolled breeding
cats produce: 2 litters a year, at a survival rate of 2.8
kittens ...› Continue reading