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What’s Making Your Dog or Cat Sick?

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You know what it’s like to feel sick. You ate the wrong thing, or have a virus that wreaks havoc on your intestines. Did you know your dog or cat can feel the same way?  Our pet kids are important to us, but they can’t always tell us when they are sick. We need to…

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Cat Games That Let Your Kitty Play And Hunt

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Cats have a need to hunt, but if they live indoors, they don’t get as much opportunity. Thankfully, there are a number of cat games and toys that exercise those instincts. Just about anything can be a cat’s prey – a wand with feathers, a crumpled paper or foil ball, or the red light of…

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How Cat Ears, Cat Eyes & Cat Noses Communicate

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Cats are intelligent animals, but it can be difficult to understand what your cat is trying to tell you. Cats communicate with their body language; cat ears, cat eyes, and cat noses have as much to say as their meows If your cat blinks when she’s looking at you, that means she trusts you enough to…

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Your Dog Might Have a Better Memory Than You Think!

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“I remember the time I knew what happiness was…let the memory live again” The words may be from the musical Cats, but with new research about dogs’ memories, someone may want to create a new musical. A recent article in The Washington Post reports on research findings that dogs may have episodic-like memory similar to…

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My Cat Likes to Sleep on Me… Why?

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Do you wonder why your cat likes to sleep on you when most of the time they are independent? Let’s try to figure this out.   According to a recent survey of pet owners by the American Pet Products Association, 62% of cats sleep with their adult owners, and another 13% of cats with children.  …

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