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I have picked up some good advise along my travels and thought I would share them with you.
Hope they will be of help to you and your favorite kitties.
--To clean your cat's ears, moisten
a cotton ball with a
--Before adopting a new kitten, it's a good idea to look
at his future living space from his eye level. Get down on
your hands and knees and check for any hazards that might
attract his attention, such as cleaners under the sink,
loose electrical cords, or inviting spaces behind appliances.
--Hiding electrical cords behind furniture or spraying
them with repellents won't stop a cat or kitten who's
determined to use them as toys. Ideally, cords should be
run behind baseboards, over doorways, or through protective
--When adopting a new kitten, find out what food she's
been eating so you don't try something new right away. If
you want to change her food, gradually add the new kind to
the old in increasing amounts.
--Always check for bones before you let your cat eat table
scraps of meat, poultry, or fish. Bones can get caught in
a cat's mouth or, if swallowed, can get stuck in the digestive
--During a long summer drive
with your cat, take advantage
--A good rule of thumb when giving
medication to a cat or
--Trimming your cat's nails is
easier than you might think.
--Plenty of air circulation is
essential for your cat on
--If a neighborhood cat suddenly
changes his behavior,
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