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Contributions from Catster   When it comes to grooming, cats are pretty low maintenance. Why? Because cats do most of their own grooming. Cats like to stay clean, and they will groom themselves regularly. But even the cleanest cat needs grooming help from her owner every now and then. Some cats require more grooming than others. Generally, the more fur …

Home Forever Home Dogs Cats Does your cat have a bad habit? Don’t worry. We all have bad habits, and like ours, cats’ habits can be changed with patience and persistence. First, it’s important to note that training a cat is much different than training a dog. Cats are less likely to follow commands, but like training a dog, cats …

Home Forever Home Dogs Cats Living entirely indoors improves your cat’s life expectancy. That’s a huge benefit you’ll both enjoy, but keep in mind that it can also hinder her natural instinct to hunt, and might limit her space for exercise and exploring. A bored cat can also be a destructive cat. A few simple tips will help beat boredom …

By Elizabeth Teal, ASPCA and Jacque Lynn Schultz, C.P.D.T., Companion Animal Programs Adviser. National Outreach     A cat’s personality is largely formulated in the first eight weeks of life. Leaving health issues to the veterinarian, here’s what you can do to help your foster kittens be all that they can be behavioral. Your first important task is to provide …

Home Forever Home Dogs Cats She’s more than your cat. She’s a member of your family. You won’t leave her with just anyone. When you’re away, you want someone to care for your cat as well as you do. The first step in searching for the right caregiver is to ask your veterinarian, friends and family for referrals. Their honest …

Home Forever Home Dogs Cats Like us, cats have their own unique personalities, and they’re often particular about their likes and dislikes. So when it comes to meeting your family, it’s important to let them do it at their own pace, and give them their own space to get comfortable. Here are some tips to making these introductions as smooth …