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  • Cat Care

    Choosing the Right Cat

    It's national adopt a cat month!
  • Basic Training for Cats

    Basic Training for Cats

    Before training your cat, determine how well she will respond well to training.
  • What To Do When You Find a Stray Dog or Cat

    What To Do When You Find a Stray Dog or Cat

    Before you pull over, good Samaritan that you are, here are some guidelines for assisting animals safely and effectively.
    Before you pull over, good Samaritan that you are, here are some guidelines for assisting animals safely and effectively.
  • Risks to Outdoor Cats

    The outdoors can be a dangerous place for cats if they go unsupervised. Here are a few hazards you should be aware of before opening the door.
  • Cleaning an Older Cat's Teeth

    Dental disease is a problem for cats of all ages, especially older ones, and ven lead to much greater health problems than a cavity to fill here and there.
  • Clipping a Cat's Claws

    Ask your vet to show you how to properly trim your cat's claws but use these tips when trimming at home.
  • Cat-Proof Your House

    A little bit of forethought can prevent major mishaps - for both your cat and your home.
  • Preventing Common Cat Diseases

    By The Humane Society of America Many diseases common to cats can be prevented in two ways: by keeping your cat indoors, and by having your cat vaccinated according to your veterinarian's advice. Common
  • Detecting Illness in Cats

    Unfortunately, cats can't tell us where or when it hurts. Know the signs for when your cat isn't up to par.
  • Supplies That Every Cat Household Needs

    By The Humane Society of America Outfitting a house for a new cat isn't nearly as complicated as it may seem. Just a little advance thought will help make the newcomer feel at home and welcome in strange
  • Cat Facts and Myths

    They're playful and loving, aloof and mysterious, frisky and mischievous. Celebrate our graceful feline friends with new appreciation.
  • Communicating with Your Cat

    By The Humane Society of the United States. You and your cat may speak different languages, but that doesn't mean that you can't communicate with each other. While every cat is different, there is a
  • Bringing Your New Cat Home

    Your cat looks to you for everything: love, warmth, food, comfort, protection. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming responsibility -- just follow these simple guidelines.
  • Choosing the Right Cat

    It's true that cats value their independence a bit more than their canine counterparts. But if you've ever been around cats, you already know they actually crave and require love and companionship.
  • Feeding Your Cat

    By The Humane Society of America High-quality commercially prepared cat foods have been scientifically developed to give your cat the correct balance of nutrients and calories. Your shelter or veterinarian
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