Parasites are described as the creatures that live and feed on the other living organisms called host. Fleas are one type of parasites that can infest your pet and suck blood from your pets body. As a result, your beloved pet can suffer from itchiness, blood deficiency, tapeworms and many other infections and allergies like
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PDSA vets give advice on beating winter blues Winter is steadily setting in, daylight hours are shorter and there’s a nip in the air. While many people think the winter months affect just us humans, the dark, cold nights may also cause our pets to feel down in the dumps too. PDSA Vet Olivia Anderson-Nathan,
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On Oct. 30, the American Association of Feline Practitioners released the consensus statement “Feline Feeding Programs: Addressing Behavioral Needs to Improve Feline Health and Wellbeing” and an accompanying client brochure. AAFP releases consensus statement on how to feed a cat It turned out to be about changing human feeding behavior. Tristan is concerned. hunting instincts
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Hi everyone, Today we’ve got a guest story from Famous Fred!: Famous Fred is an International Supreme Grand Champion Noracoon – his pedigree name is Famous Fred, he is 10 years old and came to me 3 years ago as a rescue cat who had been poorly treated by previous owners after his breeder/owner had let
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Hi everyone, It’s your favourite three-legged black cat here today. 😀 And I’ve got an awesome new scratcher Rennie: Do you now? I wanna give it a go first… Nubia: Rennie! Move your dirty paws away from my brand new shiny Tigga Towers Piccolo floor scratcher!!! You’ve already snatched my other toys… Rennie: o.o Oh
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I have to thank Marc once again for another box of the latest 4cats toys to test. The box arrived quickly, but because I was about to take a short photography break, I put them away in a cupboard. The cats had already smelled the toys and wanted to know why I wasn’t dishing them
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Cats are considered immune to many diseases and dont easily show symptoms even if they have one. However, most of them have worm infection by birth and are transferable to humans as well, which is why it is important to deworm your cats regularly. Cats are generally infected by two types of worms i.e. tapeworms
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Adopt a Senior Pet Month. This great concept easily expands to All Year and All Ages. Having gotten cats at all ages and stages, I can happily say that kittens are only the beginning. Click To Tweet And we don’t have to start at the beginning. Mithrandir, 3.5 months, waiting for a cuddle from his
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