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Sometimes people post questions about their animals here on our blog and feel frustrated when, instead of giving them detailed medical recommendations for their animal, we recommend they talk to their own veterinarian. Several people have asked us why we do this, so we thought we’d explain in case you were wondering.

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CatIt Senses Activity Center engages all kitty’s prey-hunting senses, and keeps cats interested by giving them a variety of things to do.


Pet Myths: A Twitter Poll

by Claire H. on October 28, 2013

Last year some time (yes, I know, why did I take so long!?) I asked what some common pet myths people know. We got a few responses, and I thought the first one made this a perfect post for the Halloween season.


Kitten Update: Our Bengal kitten, Cosmo, was introduced to our family in October of 2012. He will be a year old at the end of June and is really settling into things.

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Are you going to be bringing home a fluffy new kitten soon? Here is a list of what I think most new kitten owners should have on hand before bringing home their new pet.


Here in the Northwoods it’s looking like a Winter Wonderland outside. We’re definitely ready for some sunshine and green grass. Here’s some cute puppies and kitties to get the warm thoughts coming, and then hopefully followed by warm weather!


Halloween has always been my favorite holiday. What’s not to love? You can be whoever you want (without the funny looks) and stock up on treats galore!


I think we may have all been there… Desperately trying to shove one’s beloved cat into a carrier in a mad rush to get to the veterinarian in time because you didn’t realize it would take an hour to do this? Yep, me, too. One of our cats LOVES the carrier. We put it out, […]


Does your cat turn into Curious George whenever a cardboard box is around? Check out this Cat Cottage, you will like it as much as your cat!


Celebrate National Cat Day!

by Melissa R. on October 29, 2010

Give your cat extra treats or extra playtime! Don’t have a cat? Think about adopting one. There are plenty of cats in shelters that would love a home.


Find out why many veterinarians, trainers, and animal behaviorists recommend that cat owners give their cats treats!

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Wildlife attacks on pets can happen right in their owners’ backyards, even in urban areas. Here are some precautions that can help keep your pet safe from wildlife.


Fat Cat Update

by DFS-Pet-Blog on August 23, 2010

No free choice food, smaller portions, fewer treats, more activity, and ignoring his initial complaining all worked together to make a cat healthier.

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