Month: April 2021

This post contains affiliate links* Hi everyone, it’s Allegra! I want to tell you about some super fun new toys I got the other day! I’ve always loved spring toys and we have a ton of them around the house. I’m pretty good at batting them underneath furniture, because it’s almost as much fun to
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A nationwide survey of 1,000 cat owners conducted by Cat Person (catperson.com) found that almost 60% of cat owners have leaned on their cat for emotional support during the COVID-19 pandemic. 26% reported an increase in the amount of food or treats they give their cat 57% said they like working remotely so they can
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The J.M. Smucker Co. voluntarily recalled two lots of Meow Mix® Original Choice Dry Cat Food due to potential Salmonella contamination. The impacted products were sold at select Walmart stores in Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming. No other Meow Mix products are impacted by this recall. The Company has received
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Ever heard the term ‘cryptorchid’ used in relation to tomcats? Ashley, the youngest old cat lady and founder of Ashley’s Kitten Academy, explained, “Cryptorchid is when one (or both) of a male’s testicles are not descended into the scrotum.” This changes up the way veterinarians go about neutering a male cat, having “to open the
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Well, I went and did it again. I agreed to take in another “challenging” batch of foster kittens — four 3-month-old brothers who were born in a community cat colony, then were trapped, given veterinary care and turned over to a rescue. When they came to us, they spent the first week hiding and running
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Cat photographer Andrew Marttila is one of the best in the game. His strikingly adorable images of cats elevate the genre and his love and respect for his feline subjects is evident in everything he does. Along with his fiancé, Hannah Shaw, a.k.a. Kitten Lady (the cat community’s dream couple!), he is devoted to rescuing cats,
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(Picture Credit: Albert L. Ortega/WireImage/Getty Images) Dogs like to get the spotlight in movies, but we all know it’s the cats who steal the show when they appear on screen. They can be cute and cuddly, intelligent, and fierce, but they always leave an impression. The cats on this list are some of the most
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This post contains affiliate links* Weighing your cat on a regular basis is one of the easiest ways to monitor her health. Gradual weight loss or gain is often not noticeable in cats until it has become quite dramatic. Consider that the average cat weighs 10 pounds. Weight loss of only 6% of a cat’s
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Just adopted a kitten? Or share your home with adult cats? Or, do you care for a community cat colony in your neighborhood? No matter the environment, the challenge remains: keeping fleas off felines. These blood-sucking nuisances possess a strong ability to survive, considering that they have been pestering mammals and birds for more than
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New study ranks popular pets by their impact on the environment Dogs and cats among worst offenders Tortoise is the most eco-friendly pet Exotic pets such as reptiles and snakes have less impact than cats and dogs The Eco Pets League could point the way for pet ownership in the future Pet lovers may choose
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