Monthly Archives: November 2015

Are Apples Safe For Cats To Eat?

If you’re chomping down on a tasty bit of apple, and your cat happens to be sitting on your lap, it is natural that you would like to offer them some. But is it safe to do so? When it comes to dogs and apples, the core can actually poison them. Apple pips contain harmful

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This Little Kitty’s Best Friend Is An… Owl?

A coffee shop in Osaka, Japan, is hardly the place you would expect to find one of the strangest pairings in the animal kingdom. But that’s precisely what we have here. Patrons sitting around sipping a drink at Hukulou Coffee, are enjoying a very cute treat. Inside the cafe is a kitten that has become

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Orphaned Kitten Nursed by A Pit Bull

In this remarkable story of survival against all odds, a stray pit bull was found on the streets of Garland, Texas. At first it appeared that the pit bull was with a small puppy, however upon closer inspection rescuers realized that it was in fact a tiny kitten, no more than a few days old. The

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Is Tuna Safe For Cats To Eat?

So is tuna safe for cats to eat? The fact that tuna is a fish, and most cats love a bit of fish you would assume the answer is yes. You would be right. However, owners still need to be careful when feeding tuna to their cat. As with any food for your pet, it should

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Cats And Emotions – Do They Really Cry?

This question really does divide opinion. While most cat owners will agree that a cat does shed tears, whether they are doing so for emotional reasons is the part that people cannot agree on. Cats and Crying – The Physical Response Cats can certainly shed liquid (‘tears’) from their eye ducts. However from a scientific

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Cats And Dog Food – Can You Feed It To Them?

Can cats eat dog food? The short answer is yes they can, the long answer is that they shouldn’t and certianly not over a long period of time. A cat’s nutritional requirements are quite simply very different to dogs. While on the surface cat and dog food does look similar (a sloppy brown mess), outward

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My Cat Is Ageing And Slowing Down

By the time your cat has reached 12 years of age you may well notice that they are slowing down when compared to their more youthful years. This of course is perfectly natural. A 12 year old cat is the equivalent to 65 in a human. It makes sense that your cat will not be

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It's cold out, but not with that coat
All the better to hear you with
Off for a strole
That look of wide eyed bewilderment
Peek-a-boo
Let's play ball.
A beautiful jet black cat
Caught in the act of killing
A little tumble
The 3 musketeers
A pink sweater to keep her warm
A blue eyed double whammy