Prepare For The Addition Of A Kitten To Your Home

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If your neighbor owns a cat that is going to have kittens in the next few weeks and you are thinking about accepting one of the kittens and giving it to your teenager as a gift, use the tips below to make sure that your child is willing to help care for the new addition to your family and to prepare the kitten for the arrival to your home: Speak To Your Teenager And Provide A List Of Expectations…

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4 Signs Of Feline Heart Disease

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If you are like most people, your cat is part of the family. You probably feed, train, and play with your cat daily, but other tasks are needed to keep your pet healthy AND happy. Most veterinarians recommend a medical exam each year to rule out underlying medical conditions. One common condition that may affect your cat is heart disease. While this disease develops with age, heart disease is also present in many cats at birth.…

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Should You Vaccinate Your Pet? Some Things To Consider

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Pet vaccinations have always been and continue to be a very controversial subject. Traditional medicine provides a schedule of regular vaccines that should be administered every few years, while holistic medicine says vaccines are not necessary and can cause more problems than they solve. When deciding whether or not to vaccinate your pet, here are some things to consider: What is Your Pet’s Lifestyle? If your pet spends time in a kennel with a lot of other animals, then vaccinations are a must.…

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