Microchips are safe, effective identification for cats. Having your cat microchipped drastically increases the chances that he or she will be returned to you if lost.
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Cats are particularly vulnerable during a house fire. This article contains practical steps for helping your cat survive a fire.
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Cats often become reclusive and hide when they are not feeling well which makes knowing when they need to be seen by your veterinarian a challenge. Learn about some of the most common cat injuries and their signs.
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Common first aid practices for cats who are sick or injured that can be preformed until professional help is available.
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Did you know that there are some special dangers that the 4th of July and summertime may pose for your cat? Find out how to keep your cat safe.
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Halloween poses a host of risks for cats. It's important to know what those risks are and how to avoid them. This article explains why Halloween is a dangerous time for cats and lists steps you can take to help ensure that the holiday is as safe and pleasant as possible for your cat.
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A "safety first" attitude and some not-too-difficult precautions will help you and kitty enjoy Thanksgiving and avoid mishaps caused by tempting unsafe food, cat-unaware guests, and dangerous decorative plants. This article focuses on Thanksgiving but also has general tips that are useful for the major holiday rush that follows.
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It can be hard to tell that a cat is sick. As a conscientious owner, you may be tempted to blame yourself if your cat falls ill, but in fact cats often hide illness. Read this article to learn how to recognize your cat’s sick signs before the next crisis.
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