Cat and Kitten Pet Care

Treat your cute little kitty right

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It’s an exciting time when you get a cat or kitten. Taking care of a cat can be easy just as long as you know what you are doing. Many cats become obese after a few years so it’s important to challenge your cat every day. Even though your cat gets older every year, they still enjoy games from their kittenhood. Here are some basic tips for cat care.
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We all know that cats are picky when it comes to cat litter and cat food. They can do days without eating simply because they don’t like the texture of the food or they prefer wet cat food over dry cat food. Over the years we have tried various cat foods and here are the top 3 I recommend for the average cat.

  1. Natural Balance Ultra Premium – A dry cat food that is a little more expensive than grocery store bands but well worth the price. The top four ingredients are meat based which is excellent for cats. The food does not contain low quality grains such as corn, wheat or soy and has no by-products.
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Your crazy cat loves climbing on furniture, curtains and anything else that take them up high. Why not get them something appropriate like a cat post? Your cat will love the cat post and will spend hours sleeping up high and playing all around it. It will also use it to scratch as opposed to your couch or curtains. Here are three tips to getting a cat post.

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Where your cat goes is important. Cat litter comes in different smells and textures and for most cats who are picky, finding one that they like can be a little tricky. With soo many brands of cat litter, it can be hard to choose but here is a list of the top 4 that I recommend.

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Many cat owners might think training your cat with a clicker seems absurd. All cats do is sleep and not pay attention to you. Cats, though, can be trained and it is quite easy to clicker train your cat to do just about anything. Cats love food and will work for food so get a clicker and start training today. Here is some information to get you started.

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