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How To Train Staffers – The Ragdoll PerspectivePosted by max kazen. Published on Oct 21, 2009 Notoriously limp and lovable, Ragdolls are exactly that…rag (deliciously soft, well-worn comfortable) and… well…dolls! They are a large, docile cats. They are sweet-faced, muscular and elegant. They have a medium-long, non-matting coat with a soft texture. They are generally pointed in color (like the Himalayan or Siamese) — in seal point, blue point, chocolate point, etc., with or without white markings. They are non-aggressive in nature, and therefore much better suited to being an "indoor only" cat. 3 Simple Tricks To Quickly Train Your Cat To Be Well BehavedPosted by Nick Brydon. Published on Oct 15, 2009 Ever wondered if your cat can be trained like dogs can? Now is the time to find out the truth behind cat training tricks… Funny Cat Behaviors And What To Do About ThemPosted by Carolyn McFann. Published on Oct 07, 2009 Does your cat do something funny to get your attention or just get rowdy for no real reason? If his behavior gets on your nerves, here's a few ideas on how to get him to mellow out and enjoy himself without making you nuts. Offer Exciting Presents To Your CatPosted by Sarah Nabila. Published on Oct 05, 2009 Cat houses: Cat lovers are welcomed with lot of cat houses. These houses are supplied and designed in a way that your cats need. Houses made of wood are most common enclosures. These may be large or small to protect your cat for hotness, rain, wind and snow. Indoor and outdoor variations are also extensively available. Fish Oil For Cats – How To Give Your Cat A Longer And Healthier Life With Quality Fish OilsPosted by Rich Hawkins. Published on Sep 27, 2009 You may believe that your cat gets all its nutritional needs met from today's cat food, but fish oil for cats is very important as most of their food is seriously lacking in these essential omega 3's. Just ask your vet if you want a second opinion! Find out how fish oil for cats can help and how to select the right one. Feline Herpes VirusPosted by Frank Will. Published on Sep 20, 2009 Feline herpes virus is the most common cause of what is referred to as KCS, also known as Keratoconjunctivitis sicca, and is the medical term that describes dry eye in cats. It is technically described as the inflammation of the cornea and the drying of the conjunctiva. If not treated very quickly and properly, it can cause your cat to lose their eyesight. A Skunk Sprayed My Cat – What Do I Do?Posted by Barbara Neitzel. Published on Sep 10, 2009 When a skunk sprays your cat, it is a horrible experience. A cat who is hard to control becomes a million times harder to control. What can you do? Cats Have Staff – If You Don't Believe It, Ask Their HousematesPosted by Max Kazen. Published on Jul 13, 2009 Do you live with a Cat? If you do, who do you think runs your house? I'd like to share in this article a few things I've come to realize about my feline friends. Like how they make me laugh…How they command my attention, and how they run our house. What You Need To Know Before Adopting A Cat Which Has Been AbusedPosted by Kevin Caldbeck. Published on Jun 28, 2009 It would be a lot easier to know if a cat or kitten had been abused, if you could tell just by looking at them. This is not always the case. Although many times the outward signs of injuries, and neglect will be obvious, many times the true abuse will be either internal, or emotional. Five Tips For A Healthy CatPosted by Desiree Thomas. Published on Jun 23, 2009 Every month you should do a five point check to make sure your cat is staying healthy. Check his/her weight. Weigh your cat every month if possible. An easy way to do this is to weigh yourself, then pick you cat up and weigh both of you together. Subtract your weight from the combined weight and the difference will be the weight of your cat. Go to page:
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