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Things Cats Don’t Understand

Things Cats Don’t Understand

January 15, 2019

Did you know that January 22nd is Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day? Our feline pals are very inquisitive by nature, so it’s not really surprising that there’s a day devoted to their curious streak. If your kitty could actually voice her most pressing questions, what do you think she would want to know about? Read on as a Pasadena, MD vet lists some things that Fluffy hasn’t quite figured out yet. Boundaries Our feline friends … Read More »

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5 Ways to Keep Your Cat From Becoming Obese

September 15, 2018

Is your feline pal beginning to look a bit pudgy? Cats are very active when they are little, but as they get older, they tend to become more interested in catching Z’s than in catching mice. This makes it pretty easy for Fluffy to pack on pounds. This can be very bad for her health! Read on as a Pasadena, MD vet offers tips on keeping your kitty at or near her ideal weight. Don’t … Read More »

How to Win the War Against Fleas

May 15, 2018

As summer approaches, ticks, and other parasites will be coming out in droves. These disgusting parasites can make your beloved pet miserably itchy! They can also transmit other parasites as well as diseases. Here, a Pasadena, MD vet discusses fighting fleas. Parasite Control First and foremost, be sure to keep up with your furry pal’s parasite control products. There are many options to choose from, including collars, shampoos, and topical drops. Ask your vet for … Read More »

5 Cute Ways to Keep Your Cat Entertained

January 15, 2018

Did you know that cats can get uneasy and anxious if they get bored? Although kitties can be a bit lazy, they do still need entertainment options. Fluffy can’t spend all of her time sleeping! Here, a Glen Burnie, MD vet lists some great ways to prevent kitty boredom. Toys First things first: make sure your kitty has lots of fun toys to play with. Classic cat toys, like catnip mice, are great, but you … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Cat Care

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