Month: July 2019

Why I Love

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I’ve been ordering cat litter and other supplies from for years. I don’t particularly like shopping and running errands, and I love having things delivered. In fact, between, Amazon, and Prime Now (for groceries,) I save a lot of time that I would otherwise spend going to multiple stores, not to mention sitting in traffic.Continue Reading

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Mews and Nips: Indiana City Allows You to Pay Your Parking Ticket by Donating Cat Food to a Shelter

Having to pay a parking ticket in Muncie, Indiana won’t be quite as painful as it used to be. The Muncie police department, in collaboration with Muncie Animal Care and Services, allows traffic violators to pay off fines by donating cat food to the shelter. Not surprisingly, the responses from the community have been enthusiastic. For more about this wonderful program, visit

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Teeth Grinding in Cats: Causes & Treatment


While teeth grinding may be more commonly associated with humans, it also occurs in cats, and it’s not all that unusual. The medical term for teeth grinding is bruxism. In humans, it can be caused by stress, anxiety, a sleep disorder, or missing or misaligned teeth. In cats, the most common reason is pain – sometimes, severe pain. It is most often related to dental issues, but can also be a symptom of other serious health issues.Continue Reading

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How Feline Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome May Mimic Alzheimer’s Disease

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Written by Ingrid R. Niesman, MS PhD

With better nutrition and rapid advancements in veterinary care, our cats are aging in our households in record numbers. Geriatric cats share many of the same clinical pathologies as humans; including increased diabetes, osteoarthritis, chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure and vision/hearing loss.Continue Reading

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Cateeth Soft Toothbrush with 360 Degree Head (2023 Review)


Dental disease is the most frequently diagnosed health problem in cats. 70 to 90 percent of cats have some level of dental disease. If left untreated, it can lead to health problems for your cat, ranging from bad breath, dental pain and loose teeth to systemic illnesses that can be life-threatening. The most effective way to prevent dental disease: brushing.Continue Reading

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Review: New Weruva Patés (Benefits, New Formulas & More)


We’ve long been fans of Weruva and consider it one of the best wet foods on the market. Allegra and Ruby eat primarily raw, but they do get the occasional canned meal, and Weruva has always been at the top of their favorites list. We were excited to try Weruva’s new paté style formulas.Continue Reading

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Ask the Cat Behaviorist with Dr. Marci Koski: Dog Introductions, Exercise & More


Dr. Marci Koski is a certified Feline Behavior and Training Professional who received specialized and advanced certificates in Feline Training and Behavior from the Animal Behavior Institute. While Marci has been passionate about all animals and their welfare, cats have always had a special place in her heart. In fact, Marci can’t remember a time when she’s been without at least one cat in her life. She currently relies on her five-member support staff  to maintain the feline duties of her household.Continue Reading

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Hauspanther Collection by Primetime Petz Now Available on Amazon


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The Hauspanther Collection by Primetime Petz caters to a cat’s natural instinct to climb, scratch, rest and play. Designed by Kate Benjamin, these affordable and gorgeous pieces look great in any decor, allowing your cats to be cats without you having to sacrifice your sense of style.Continue Reading

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Living With a Diabetic Cat: Heath Facts & Care Tips

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Written by Nicole Etolen

Living with a diabetic cat is not as challenging as it sounds. Yes, your cat will need some lifestyle changes, and yes, you’ll need to dedicate a bit more time to her care than you used to, but overall, there is no reason to panic. Read on to find out what to expect and how to make both your life and that of your cat easier and more comfortable.Continue Reading

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