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Author: Liz Hardy

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a-z-of-crazy-cat-personalities
17December 2016
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When you love cats, you’ve shared your life with one or two (or many more)!

 

You know that each one is utterly unique.

But people who don’t love cats may not agree.
They think that ‘cat behaviour’ is simple and predictable.

A cat is just a cat, they might say.
One is just like another.

We know better.
Cat personalities are as varied as human personalities. Continue Reading »

cats-are-the-best-life-coaches
17December 2016
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If you share your life with a cat, you have your own personal life coach.

 

Think about it.

Cats are way ahead of us when it comes to personal fulfilment.
They know how to get exactly what they want – without lifting a paw…

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what does it mean when a cat purrs
23July 2016
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When cats purr, their humans smile.

 

How can we help it? It’s an irresistible, delicious sound.

But it seems that this wonderful noise has a couple of different possible meanings.

When you ask the experts:

What does it mean when a cat purrs?

… you get some interesting answers.

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ginger-cats-are-irresistible-featured-image
18June 2016
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For the longest time I never had an orange cat.

 

I’ve shared my life with black cats, white cats, tabbies, greys
and even a pinkish pussycat.

But never an orange cat.

Then, as good fortune would have it, I suddenly had 2 ginger cats added to our family.
And now, there’s orange orange everywhere!

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02May 2016
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Do you ever secretly ask yourself: Does my cat love me?

 

Our furriest family members are masters at sending mixed messages.

One minute they’re throwing themselves at your legs in a fierce display of affection. And the next minute, they stalk off with a look of “Oh, just stop bugging me”.

So how do you measure cat love? What does it look like? Continue Reading »

does my cat love me
31January 2016
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Taking good care of a sick cat is a challenge in itself.

 

But when you already have lots of cats, things get a little more complicated.
You need to make sure everyone in your cat family is happy.
Including you!

When my little tabby Moofy had cancer, we had 4 other cats too.
Moofy’s cat cancer care routine was intense – she needed a lot of my time and attention. Continue Reading »

09January 2016
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Cat cancer is a horrifying diagnosis.

 

It’s impossible not to panic when you hear those dreaded words.

But there’s a lot of it about. There are up to 6 million cases of cat cancer a year in the US alone.

If your cat has been diagnosed, your vet may be able to offer a treatment plan for your precious furry one. Continue Reading »

cat illnesses bring a gift
05September 2015
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Cat illnesses bring a new level of fear into your life.

 

Cat health issues can take worrying to a whole new level.
Suddenly it’s an art form – and you quickly become very good at it.

As if that wasn’t bad enough, cat diseases also bring a raft of daily challenges. Now your day has to stretch just a little more. Continue Reading »

05September 2015
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Holistic medicine is often worth exploring when your fur baby is sick.

 

This is especially true when traditional medicine can’t help. Suddenly, an alternative path looks pretty inviting.

The best way to use holistic medicine is with the guidance of a holistic vet or animal naturopath. These kinds of professionals can help you design a treatment plan that uses a range of natural treatments to help your precious cat. Continue Reading »

natural medicine for cats
29July 2015
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When you confess that you’re trying natural medicine to help your cat, many people will look at you sideways.

 

They’ll picture you howling at the moon, reading coffee grinds, and waving feathers over your furry little patient.

But in fact, your decision to try natural medicine is more likely to be based on practical reasons.

You’ve probably found that:

1. Continue Reading »

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