Archive for the ‘Cat Care’ Category

Oral Cat Care

1OralcareLooking after your pet’s dental hygiene is a primary responsibility of any pet owner, so begin your cat tooth care today instead of waiting till next February. In case you are wondering why February is mentioned, it is because two mega associations, The United States American Veterinarian Medicine Association or the AVMA, and the American Veterinary Dental Society or the AVDS, have decided to do something special during the month of February.

These two groups tagged what used to be the month for couples as the Cat Dental Health month where they both develop and carry out steps in preparing pet owners like you toward how to care for the oral needs of your family pets every day. These two acknowledged groups know how important it is to take good care of the oral needs of your family pets. Their ardent desire is to dedicate a month in the year for the oral care of your pet, whatever that pet may be.

Were you aware that about 85 percent of mature pets have dental diseases? Were you also aware that this is one of the most common causes of health related problems with cats? If you don’t pay attention to those oral ailments, more problems may surface. If not treated effectively, harmful elements like bacteria from the oral cavity can spread throughout the bloodstream. This in turn could infect other essential organs and ultimately lead to the death of your beloved cat.
Read the rest of this entry »

Cat Care Techniques for Beginners

1CatCareCats are veritable pets to keep at home, as they are not as messy as some pets. People find cats more adorable than dogs as the former do not have that distinct smell of canines, and they are smaller in nature. Although taking care of cats is quite similar to dogs, cat care methods might be a little complicated in some terms and these minute details make all the difference.

In comparison to dogs, cats are quite fussy when it comes to food. This is because unlike dogs, their digestive systems have further limitations aside from having smaller stomachs. These felines have a greater tendency to have allergic reactions to foods such as beef and dairy products, eggs, and sometimes vitamin supplements.

Above all, foods that contain monosodium glutamate can cause your cat to lose its beautiful coat; or worse, it might cause fatality. To prevent having your cat suffer from these complications, it is advised that you choose the cat food that you buy to ensure that it will properly nourish your pet in the safest manner.
Read the rest of this entry »