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Ten Scientific Benefits of Being a Cat Owner

Ten Scientific Benefits of Being a Cat Owner

Studies have shown that just watching cat videos on the internet can boost a person’s energy and create positive emotions—so it’s no surprise that actual cat ownership has a number of benefits. Here are a few: 1. OWNING A CAT IS BETTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT. If you’re

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Boredom Busters For Cats

Boredom Busters For Cats

When the weather is beautiful, many of us spend more time outdoors enjoying the sunshine. As a result, your cat is left at home alone more often than in other times. Cats make great companions and because of their independent nature, they are content being home alone.

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Josh and Scout, A Patriot and His Companion Cat 

Josh and Scout, A Patriot and His Companion Cat 

“Josh & Scout” is the fourth film by Mutual Rescue and the third of the series they launched with PetSmart Charities for 2017. Josh was wounded in battle in Iraq when an explosive detonated within feet of him. Multiple concussions sustained from the attack led to constant

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The Benefits of Music for Cats

The Benefits of Music for Cats

Does your cat disapprove of your taste in music? There’s a reason for that! Research shows that cats are more likely to be interested in cat music than human music, says Charles T. Snowdon , a Hilldale Professor Emeritus in the department of psychology at the University

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What to Do When Your Cat Thinks Outside the Box

What to Do When Your Cat Thinks Outside the Box

Kitty’s marking up the house, and you need to get rid of that cat pee smell pronto. From hard surfaces to your couch cushions, you can make your home odor-free once again!  That wet spot on your family room carpet isn’t apple juice your toddler spilled. Fluffy

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How To Find That Cat Pee Smell

How To Find That Cat Pee Smell

Where is that cat pee smell coming from? Cats can pee in the most unlikely places. Locate the cat urine odor in your home with these top tips. According to the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, there are varied reasons why your cat might be thinking outside

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Cat Grass: How To Create The Purrfect Garden For Your Cat

Cat Grass: How To Create The Purrfect Garden For Your Cat

Even though they are carnivores, cats seem to like a bit of greenery in their diets. Most cat owners are aware of their pets’ propensity for eating grass or houseplants. Cats in the wild usually eat their herbivorous prey’s intestines first and seem to get their “green

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RESOLUTIONS: Americans Want More QT With Pets

RESOLUTIONS: Americans Want More QT With Pets

According to the 2016 Milk-Bone Canine Resolutions Survey — an original survey of 3,000 U.S. “pet parents” by Milk-Bone brand dog treats (in conjunction with Learndipity Data Insights) — more Americans than ever before have dog-related resolutions for the new year. TOP 10 MOST POPULAR NEW YEAR’S

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The Power of Energy in Health and Healing

The Power of Energy in Health and Healing

By Bill Piechocki Maintaining our pets’ health often seems like a very complex issue. First we have veterinary medicine, with its’ approach that drugs and procedures are necessary to be healthy which makes this even more confusing and complicated. In addition, factor in our hectic lifestyles and

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Memo to the Family Dog and Cat

Memo to the Family Dog and Cat

By: Anonymous Dear Dog and Cat, When I say “move”, it means someplace else, it doesn’t mean switch positions with each other so there are still two of you in the way. The dishes with the paw prints are yours and contain your food. The other dishes

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