Sensitive Digestion Cat Feeding
At the age of 2-3 months, the kitten is usually excommunicated from the mother cat and begin to offer additional food: wet and soaked in dry water. It was then…

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EGYPTIAN CAT
The Egyptian cat (Egyptian Mau) belongs to the group of medium-sized short-haired cat breeds. A distinctive feature of this cat is spotty color and a peculiar pattern on the head.…

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Top 5 most furry cat breeds
The most furry cats in the world Siberian cat. Northern beauties, the pride of our country. As the name implies, the breed was formed in Siberia. These pets have very…

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Why are cats afraid of water?

Are cats afraid of water?
Have you noticed how cats like to watch the water, lie in the bath or sink, drink from the tap? Agree, this behavior does not fit with the panic fear of water. So what’s the deal?

In fact, cats are not afraid of water: they are afraid of getting wet! This fear is genetically embedded in them. However, there are always exceptions. We will talk about them below.

Cats are not afraid of water. They are afraid to get wet!

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Cat and baby in the same house

Are cats dangerous for children?
There are people who are sure that cats are dangerous for children. What if an allergy? Suddenly worms? Suddenly fleas?

But if an allergy can really be a problem (you can’t guess here), then the other risks are exaggerated.

If a cat is domesticated and is monitored (regularly vaccinated and treated for parasites, taken for examination by a veterinarian, do not practice self-walking and does not allow the cat to dig in the bin), it does not pose a threat to the child’s health and there are no restrictions on the child’s communication with no cat. Exception: scratches, but we will talk about them below.

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Cat Food

The rules for feeding cats living indoors are based on an understanding of their physiological and behavioral characteristics. What features are typical for domestic cats and what kind of care do they need?

What are the needs of cats living at home?
Such a cat is limited in movement and spends most of its time sleeping and eating. Her inactive lifestyle is reflected in many physiological processes in the body. Low activity can lead to disruption of the gastrointestinal tract, deterioration in stool quality and the appearance of a sharp, unpleasant odor from the tray.

In addition, domestic cats are more prone to overweight and obesity. Therefore, the caloric content of the diet of such a pet should be reduced, and its composition should include a prebiotic that contributes to the normal functioning of the intestine. Continue reading

How to choose a kitten? What to ask a breeder about?
What should be considered when choosing a kitten and what questions should be asked to the breeder before taking the kitten into the house? If you decide to have a…

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How to make a cat friends with a child?
Making a cat and a child is not as difficult as it might seem. Of course, there are times when this fails and the cat stubbornly avoids the child, but…

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Kitten care and feeding
Normally, newborn kittens should receive full care and nutrition from their mom cat. But if this is not possible, the kitten can take care of the kittens. If you have…

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The benefits of combined nutrition in the diet of adult cats
The average life span of a street cat is 6–7 years. A domestic cat is less susceptible to the effects of negative environmental factors that reduce its lifespan, and under…

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