(Image Credit: Westend61 / Getty Images) Every day, there are thousands of cat videos uploaded to social media accounts all across the world. This is a great thing–who doesn’t love watching cat videos? But sometimes the sheer volume of feline footage can seem overwhelming. So every month here at CatTime, we sift through the huge
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Giveaway is organised by Gus & Bella Box We are collaborating with Gus & Bella, a new subscription box that delivers happiness to cats and their humans. In celebration of their new box, they’re hosting a luxury giveaway for cat owners – with 5 amazing prizes up for grabs, including: A Gus and Bella Box
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Prednisone for cats can treat a variety of illnesses and conditions. Prednisone and prednisolone are steroids used to reduce inflammation, treat some types of cancer, suppress the immune system, and act as an artificial replacement for glucocorticoid when the cat’s body is not making enough on its own. The drug works
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When I fell in love with Tumble Down Torpedo  I wondered how I could ever have disdained Persian cats, whining that strays were much cuter than pedigrees. My several afternoons with this colony of extremely chubby, incredibly furry, snub-nosed, glamorous felines living in an addictive shop selling magazines and books,  had changed my spoiled life
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While springtime is a season enjoyed by humans and animals alike, it can also bring some potentially dangerous, or even lethal, risks to our much-loved pets. With that in mind, experts at leading animal welfare charity Battersea Dogs & Cats Home are offering seasonal tips and advice to pet owners to make sure everyone can
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(Photo Credit: Shutterstock) Orange is an optimistic color. It radiates warmth, happiness, and an enthusiasm for life. Not surprisingly, orange cats are often considered friendly and loveable, while white cats are seen as distant and black cats as mysterious. According to researchers at University of California, Berkeley, the color of a cat’s fur can affect
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Brandi Miller, a veterinary student at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, has advice for managing cat acne and avoiding infections. Cat acne can occur for many reasons, though the specific cause is usually unknown. Typically, the hair follicles on the chin produce too much oil, causing lesions and other bumps.
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Hi everyone, Together with our partner Zylkene we have created a fun little Easter cartoon for you all. Now Easter to most sounds like a fun-filled event of family time that shouldn’t cause too many problems for our feline friends. But what about the search for the easter eggs? Well… sadly kids can be rather
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We asked Cynthia Chomos, feng shui expert, catio designer, and founder of Catio Spaces, for an easy to implement plan to make sure your home has good chi where your cats are concerned. Cynthia has been a feng shui consultant for over 20 years and is passionate about design, nature, and cats; she’s an expert
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One of the best things about social networks like Instagram is how it connects likeminded people across the globe, reminding us of our commonalities. Dasha Minaeva lives in Russia. You likely don’t know her, but you may be one of the approaching-half-a-million people that follow her cat Rexie on Instagram. Known as the “living emoji
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