Why Your Kitten Needs Its Shots So Early

Posted on: 1 August 2018

Kittens are so small and vulnerable-looking that it may seem cruel to take them in for vaccinations when they're just weeks old. The reality is, however, that by vaccinating your kitten, you're protecting them from a wide variety of problems. Here's why your kitten needs early vaccinations and how they can protect their health. Getting In Early There are a few main reasons why veterinarians want kittens to get their shots early and frequently.
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How To Reduce Aggression In Cats

Posted on: 26 July 2018

It's normal for cats in a multi-cat household to lash out on occasion or to play-fight, but if they're constantly fighting, that's not good. You can prevent this from happening by making a few small changes to your home. Consider these tips if you're tired of your cats constantly fighting. Spay or Neuter If your cats aren't fixed yet, it's time to get it done. Cats who still have their reproductive organs are more likely to be territorial and to fight, especially among male cats.
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Making Emergency Plans? How To Keep Your Pets Safe During A Disaster

Posted on: 25 July 2018

If you have pets, it's crucial that you include them in any emergency plans you make for your family. Being prepared for things like earthquakes, tornadoes and hurricanes ensures that you'll know what to do when disaster strikes. If you haven't made plans for your pets, you need to do that now. You never know when you'll need to act fast. When that moment arrives, you'll want to be prepared to keep your pets safe and protected as well.
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Stop Scratching! How To Care For Your Cat After Declawing

Posted on: 25 July 2018

If your cat is going to be declawed, you'll need to prepare for the recovery period. Your cat will need some extra care and attention following the procedure. While declawing is a minor procedure, it's still a surgical procedure, which means your cat will need a few days to rest and recover before it's back to its normal routine. Here are four important steps you should follow while your cat is recovering from surgery.
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