Monthly Archives: April 2016

How to Slow down Fast –Eating Cats?

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How to Slow down Fast –Eating Cats? Some cats develop a fast-eating habit because they were strays at the beginning and had to find food in inhospitable places. Some of them went through a starving phase. Even though they find secure and loving homes later, they retain a habit of overeating. A pattern of behavior they develop to survive is still present in their lives while there is no need for its further existence. Moreover, bad habits are hard to […]

What to Do When Neutered Cat Is Still Spraying?

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What to Do When Neutered Cat Is Still Spraying? Spraying in cats is a part of their life. They spray for a territorial, sexual and social reason. According to feline experts, spraying in cats is a way of communication. They use spraying to mark their territory; they spray when in heat, and to establish their confidence. However, after neutering, cats usually stop spraying. It is because this natural behavior is initiated by hormonal status. Cats tend to begin to mark […]

Signs of Cancer in Cats

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Signs of Cancer in Cats Cancer in cats is increasingly spreading during the last decade. According to veterinarians, the percentage of cats that suffer from cancer is twice as lower as the percentage of dogs. Even though the number of cats with cancer is still smaller than dogs, we should not underestimate a danger of this serious illness. We should count on our ability to discover the signs of disease early and begin treatment in its early stage. In the […]

How Do We Respond to Cuteness?

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How Do We Respond to Cuteness? A recent study reveals an interesting conclusion when researching the subject of cuteness and how we respond to it. Namely, Rebecca Dyer, a graduate student in psychology at the Yale University has decided to conduct research after speaking with her fellow students on their reactions to cute animals. They all share the same impression when to watch or speak about cute animals. According to them, it does not matter whether we have in mind […]

How to Prevent Kids from Cat Scratch Disease?

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How to Prevent Kids from Cat Scratch Disease? Cat scratch disease (CSD) or cat scratch fever does not represent serious condition. In the majority of cases, it resolves on its own. However, children, older persons and persons with weak immune system are at risk of catching cat scratch disease. In healthy people, this disease usually goes unnoticed and do not require medical treatment to heal. The first symptoms of the illness appear up to 10 days after getting scratched or […]