Archives for March 2011

Looking for Healthy Cat Snacks and Dry Food for Your Kitty? Look No Further!

Guest Post by Jessica. If you are looking for cat snacks as treats for your feline friend or are trying to find a new dry cat food for her to munch on, you have many choices. There are more all-natural food choices on the market than ever before. You can give your purring pet something […]

The Fun In Bringing Home A New Kitten

Guest Post by Jessica. Bringing a new kitten into the home is a major decision, especially if other pets have already laid claim to the time and attention of the owners. A number of preparations must be made in advance of the kittens arrival. Purchasing a litter box, a scratching post, food and water dishes, […]

Russian Blue: The Archangel Cat

The Russian Blue, sometimes called the Archangel cat, is believed to have come from the Archangel Isles in Russia. The Russian Blue is a short haired medium sized cat weighing 8-12 pounds. They’re prized for their soft blue fur which is tipped with silver and gives them a shimmering appearance in the sunlight. They have […]

Why You Should Make Your Own Cat Food

Guest Post by Margaret. Every responsible cat owner knows the importance of feeding your feline pal a nutritionally balanced diet to keep your pet in good health. Just as you try to eat a well balanced diet loaded with fresh fruits and vegetables, your own cat also needs to be properly fed to ensure optimum […]

The Persian Cat

The Persian Cat is the most popular breed of pedigree cat in the United States. Weighing from 7 to 12 lbs, the Persian is a medium sized cat with short legs and a Cobby body. The Persian is prized for their large round head and eyes, and a tiny flat nose, giving their faces a […]

Laryngitis

Laryngitis occurs when there is an inflammation of the mucous membranes of the cats larynx. The signs of laryngitis include loss of voice and hoarseness. Excessive meowing and a chronic cough are usually the most common causes of laryngitis due to the fact that they both cause strain on the vocal cord. Other causes of […]

The Maine Coon Cat

The Maine Coon Cat is one of the largest domestic breeds with males weighing up to twenty-five pounds and females up to fifteen. Native to the North Eastern United States, Maine Coon’s are perfectly adapted to the harsh North Eastern winters. Their large powerful bodies are covered with a shaggy coat of medium to long […]

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