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Oct 03
How to care for your Kitten?

How to care for your Kitten?

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The new born or very young kittens require lot of warmth and support. If the kitten you bought home is an orphan or adopted from rescue center, they require intense nursing to make them feel at home. Warmth and bedding Younger kittens require enough warmth to keep them safe. For their safety, they should be kept in a cat-carrier and use a heating pad designed for pets. You can also use cat-friendly blankets. Do care to provide a carrier which is large enough for your kittens to more around. You can turn off the heating pad if it’s too hot....

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Sep 25
What or What Not to Feed Your Cat?

What or What Not to Feed Your Cat?

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Pet owners have a tendency to feed their pets out of their own plate or from the dinner table. Although, it may sound common, it is a wrong thing to do. You should never feed your own food to cats. FYI, Cats should never have onion, garlic, kelp, grapes or raisins, sugary treats, chocolate, and alcoholic or caffeinated drinks, even in small doses. Cats are classified as obligate carnivore, which means they need meat to survive. Unlike humans, cats cannot obtain required nutrients from vegetables. For the first three to four weeks of their life, kittens drink their mother's milk,...

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Sep 12
Parasite Prevention for Cats

Parasite Prevention for Cats

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Cats or feline are prone to various forms of parasitic infection. The type of parasites the cats are more prone to depends on its age, lifestyle, seasonality, and the environment. Parasitic infection can be both internal and external. Preventive Measures It’s important to note that even indoor cats need parasite prevention since there are many ways parasites can enter your home, such as via insects. All kittens require a schedule of parasite treatments since they are at increased risk. Adult cats also require regular treatment based on individual risk factors. There are mainly 3 types of parasitic infection in cats...

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