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Why Do Cats Dip Paws in Their Water Bowl

Why Do Cats Dip Paws in Their Water Bowl

Does your cat dip their paw in their bowl before drinking? I’ve had many people associate this behavior as something wrong with their cat, but to the contrary, it’s completely normal and extremely common. Like many other cat behaviors, we...

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Cat Peeing on a Bed

Why Does My Cat Pee on My Bed?

Inappropriate elimination remains one of the most frustrating problems cat parents face. When it comes to urinating on personal possessions, like your clothes or your bed, it seems to strike a different chord and feel like a personal attack. First,...

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Cat eating from a slow feeder bowl

Feline Obesity—A Common Problem

We’ve all seen some chonky cats in social media and in the news, and while some people admit to finding fat cats adorable, the negative impact excess weight can have on a cat is anything but cute. Managing a cat’s...

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Why Yarn Isn’t a Safe Cat Toy

Why Yarn Isn’t a Safe Cat Toy

Although cats like yarn and cats and yarn are still often depicted together, yarn is not a safe toy for any cat. We’ll take a look at the dangers that come with yarn, string, cooking twine, ribbons, thread, hair ties,...

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Cat Eating Grass

Why Is My Cat Eating Grass?

If you let your cat outside or you take care of an outdoor cat colony, you might notice them gnawing on some greens. The good news is that this is normal and many cats definitely like to eat grass. But...

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Taking care of a cat with cancer

How My Cat Fought Cancer

💬 Elizabeth "Liz" Ann: "I never thought much about cats and cancer, although I knew they got it. I imagined it was a higher risk with older cats and that if one of my cats got the diagnosis, it would...

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How to Care for Your Indoor-Outdoor Cat

How to Care for Your Indoor-Outdoor Cat

I’ve definitely shared plenty about indoor-only cats, and there’s information on our blog about how to care for outdoor-only cats too. You may as well find the episode #4 of our podcast interesting. Me and Dr. Leslie Brooks discuss the...

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Kidney Disease in Cats—By Dr. Kimberly Couch

Kidney Disease in Cats—By Dr. Kimberly Couch

The kidneys have many vital functions. They primarily act by filtering waste from the bloodstream, regulating the number of essential minerals (potassium, phosphorus, and sodium) present in the bloodstream, conserve water, and produce urine. Many cats develop deficiencies in their...

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