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5 Cat Food Bowl Tips

by | Tuesday, May 21, 2019 |

5 Cat Food Bowl Tips Tip 1 - Food bowl depth can be important. Some cats don't like deep bowls because their sensitive whiskers may rub the sides of a deep, narrow bowl. Deeper bowls may force the cat to put his whole head into the dish too and then they can't see their environment and that can add stress. Shallow, wider bowls may be a batter choice. Tip 2 - Bowl placement is important. Avoid putting food and water bowls near litter boxes or heavily trafficked areas, remember, many cats prefer...

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Why is my cat "chirping"

by | Sunday, February 17, 2019 |
Why is my cat chirping at the birds?

Generally, cat chirping occurs when a cat is interested in or provoked by prey - a bird, a squirrel a rodent, and even a laser cat toy. Even wild cats can make this sound. You may notice your cat making a chirping or chattering noise while looking out the window at birds.Next time you notice your cat chirping at the window, look outside. Are the cat's eyes glued to a bird, squirrel, or rabbit? Is her tail fluffed up and twitching from side to side? If so, your cat is anticipating a...

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Can my Cats Drink Milk?

by | Saturday, February 16, 2019 |
Should cats drink milk?

Should my cats drink milk? Probably not.Cats don't need milk in their diets after weaning, typically at 6 to 8 weeks old. Your feline friend may love milk, but that doesn't mean you should keep pouring milk into your cat's bowl.While nursing, a young feline produces an enzyme, called lactase, that helps break down the sugar (lactose) in its mother's milk. As kittens grow up and no longer need mother's milk, lactase generation slows and eventually goes away completely. Without the lactase...

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