Month: July 2021

When Erin Merryn said goodbye to her cat, Bailey, in December 2018, she couldn’t imagine finding another cat even close to her feline best friend. Bailey had built up a loyal social media following and been the star of viral videos with Erin’s daughter Abby singing and reading to him. He even inspired a book,
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Feeling discomfort is part of life. Sometimes, you’re just going to feel out of sorts, weighed down, or just physically or emotionally “off.” Our inclination usually is to try anything and everything to get rid of discomfort. We either try to avoid uncomfortable situation, or we use food, drinks or medication to get rid of
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Let’s face it. Litter boxes are kind of a drag, a necessary evil cat lovers put up with for the greater good of cat ownership. But what if you can make your cat’s potty more enjoyable? Instead of hiding the litter box, embrace it and make it more pleasant for both you and your cat.
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Going back to ancient times, the feline form has been closely associated with athleticism and agility. So it’s no surprise that professional sports teams have frequently taken on cat-centric names to help cultivate an all-action reputation. Let’s dig into the back stories behind 10 cat-themed sports teams. Jacksonville Jaguars Fan action was behind the big
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This post first appeared on iCatCare here. In may 2021 the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has announced that microchipping will be compulsory for cats in the United Kingdom as part of an Action Plan for Animal Welfare. The plan includes legislation to protect farm animals, pets, sporting animals and wild animals.
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Cats are possibly the most athletic, graceful animals on the planet. Certain breeds, like the Oriental Shorthair and Cornish Rex, can scale a mantel filled with knickknacks without knocking a single one over. It’s one of their most impressive talents. So why is the internet filled with videos that show cats knocking stuff off of
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