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Sensitive stomach cat food

Sensitive stomach cat food

With a huge variety of cat’s food sometimes it is hard to choose the best food for your cat. In this article we’ll review what the best food for cats with a sensitive stomach is. We hope you enjoy our complete guide to sensitive stomach cat food.

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Siamese cat names – best names for Siamese cats

Siamese cat

Siamese cats are wonderful, they have brilliant social skills, love to play with each other and with humans as well. This distinctive nature of Siamese cats may be the great source of inspiration for their names. Sometimes it can be the hard decision to pick up a name for a pet. Especially if you want to pick the name, that would suit perfectly to your pet. In this article we’ll provide you with different names that may be the great for Siamese cats.

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Why do cats stick their tongue out?

Why do cats stick their tongue out

You probably have seen your cat sticking tongue out once or twice. Sometimes this can be very funny. What may be the reason for such strange cat’s behavior? Why do cats stick out their tongue? Should you be concerned about this behavior? In this article we’ll discuss answers these questions.

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Can cats eat yogurt

cat eats yogurt

Really, can cats eat yogurt? And if they even can, what about their health? You probably know that many cats are lactose intolerant, but if it’s right then why sometimes vets recommend yogurt for cats with digestive problems? And if many cats have lactose intolerant, then how can yogurt be useful for them? Does yogurt really contain nutrients that are good for cats as well as humans? Let’s find out.

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How to clean cats ears

How to clean cats ears

In this article we will help you to find an answer to the question about how to clean a cat’s ears. We will give you a complete guide to cat ear care, step by step, beginning from understanding their ear structure and finishing by the best tips on how to clean a cat’s ears naturally and safely.

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Can cats eat ham

Cat Eats Ham

We guess this is a really interesting question, about possibility of feeding your cat with ham. Really, do cats can eat ham? In this article we’ll try to find out answer on this question and describe main pros and cons of feeding your cat ham.

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How to treat ringworm in cats

ringworm in cats

Ringworm is an inflectional skin and fur disease. It may be caused by the variety of microscopic dermatophytes. Two kinds of fungus disease: microsporia and trichophytosis, are called ringworm, their symptoms commonality became the reason for the same name. Besides, another disease named favus, regarding cats known as tetter, is called ringworm.

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Maine Coon

Maine Coon

Maine Coon is a real American pride. They are incredible cats with a perfectly built body, bobcat ears, and long beautifully twisted tail. They are purely natural breed with no sign of human interference, remaining the same as their ancestors. Maine Coons beauty cannot leave you indifferent, and resist a temptation to own such a pet is just impossible.

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Can cats eat cheese and how can you feed your pet

Cat and cheese

Can you give cheese to a cat?

You have got a pet at home and don’t know how to feed it? Then no wonder you are curious how to feed cats. Of course you can give cheese to your cat but only as delicacies. It means rare and in small quantities especially in case of salt cheese; such should be given no more than 1-2 times a week. Why you cannot give a lot of cheese to your cat? Because it may harm the animal stomach causing diarrhea and constipation. By the way, we have already told you how to treat diarrhea in cats.

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Cat Coughing: Causes and Treatment

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Coughing in cats is quite rare phenomena, though nevertheless there are many diseases that are accompanied by a cough, or it may be the primary symptom. However, even if your cat cough, there are no reasons for panic, because in most cases this is not a sign of disease, but only a protective reflex aimed at removing foreign objects, liquid smoke or other irritants from the respiratory tract. Even more we state that a prolonged coughing may indicate the development of the disease and, in this case, an accurate diagnosis can only be made on the basis of veterinary inspection of the cat or its analyses.

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