Helping Unfamiliar Pets Get Along

There have been a number of times when we've taken our pets and visited friends who also have pets.  We know we aren't alone because many "pet people" have friends with pets they often like to visit.  One such experience occurred&nb...

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Preventing Soiling Problems With New Cats

Our friend Kathy has been caring for a stray cat that has “adopted” her. Kathy lives in a rural area, and Sam has been staying in her barn, but Kathy would like to bring Sam into the house and integrate him into the family with her other two c...

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Keeping Cats Happy

On March 25th, 2010 at 7pm Eastern time, Suzanne will give a public presentation for CAIT – Companion Animal Initiative in Tennessee on Keeping Your Cat Happy.  The presentation will be webcasted LIVE so if you want to tune in, join the fun, and pic...

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How to Play With Your Cat

Cats, especially younger ones, love to play.  Play can include chasing, stalking, jumping and even biting.  Play is important for cats. It can provide exercise, mental stimulation, and when playing with other animals, it provides social contact. ...

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A Cat and Dog Learn to Get Along

When we first acquired our Irish setter, Coral, it took longer than we expected for her and our cat Buffett to learn to get along. At first, Buffett was clearly afraid of Coral's bouncy, enthusiastic puppy antics. He'd hiss whenever she got too close, ...

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Pay Attention to Feline Behavior Wellness Care

An interesting website worth a look by cat owners and cat professionals is HealthyCatsForLife.com, a collaborative effort between the American Association of Feline Practitioners, a veterinary organization, and Boehringer Ingelheim, a pet food and pet supply c...

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