How Long Will My Cat Live?

All people want their cats to live long, full, and healthy lives. But it is helpful in planning for different life events by knowing how long your cat is expected to live. For the most up to date information, check with your Livonia vet. Variation First off, there is no set time for any one

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Does My Cat Need a Collar?

Having a collar for your cat is really important (and in some places the law). So what type of collar is best for your cat? It is important to talk to your Indianapolis vet clinic about this as they can offer some of the best advice. But these are some basic guidelines: Fit Many people

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How to Care for Your Cat

Remember that adopting a dog or a cat is a large undertaking. Being that they can live up to 20 years, it’s important to make sure that – to the best of your ability – you’ll be able to take care of the cat for the duration. Ask your Indianapolis vet clinic to help you

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Alternatives to Dogs and Cats

What if your children want a pet but they’re just too young for a lot of responsibility? What do you do if you might want some sort of companionship but might be disabled? And what if you just have a desire to “buck the trend”? The answer is in alternative pets! Gerbils & Hamsters A

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Gerbil Habitat

When getting an alternative pet such as a gerbil, there are several considerations to make when trying to determine the type of environment to put them in. For the best advice, check with your Thorold veterinarian. Cage For the most part, there are many options for cages. One is the standard wire cage. The other

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How to Discipline Your Cat

No pet is perfect 100% of the time. How we as owners deal with this makes all the difference in the relationship that you two share. It is important to remain consistent to avoid confusion. For the best advice, check with your Colorado Springs vet clinic. Be Kind Don’t yell at your cat. Use a

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Should I Feed my Cat Wet or Dry Food?

The Great Debate: Should my cat eat wet or dry food? This has been a point of contention for cat owners for years. Whereas both have their benefits, they serve slightly different purposes and lifestyles. Keep in mind that some cats will have very specific dietary constraints that will force one side or another. But

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