Your Old Buddy

By Barb Seegers and Eugenia Vlasova A sad but true fact is: cats have a shorter lifespan than humans. That means that cats age faster, too. Aging could bring a lot of problems to cats, but it could also be the golden years of your friendship with a four-pawed family member. How do you prolong the active years for your cat? In this article, you’ll find some general tips about how to take good care of your old buddy and why adopting an older cat can be a great idea. First, let’s figure out …. How old is your cat? According to Cornell University – College of Veterinary Medicine: Cats… Read More

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Choosing a Right Cat Carrier

Betty-Boop, an adult female cat, went to the vet with her loving owners – a stressful, but routine event. The ride was almost over when the carrier she was traveling in fell apart – right in the parking lot near the vet clinic. The scared cat ran off in a panic and has been missing since that sad day, according to a poster in the vet clinic. The complete details of this sad story are unknown, but it seems safe to assume that if the carrier was more sturdily built, this tragedy could have been averted. Picking a cat carrier, even if it is only used for short rides to… Read More

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