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A ‘So Happy’ Cat

December 2, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

‘So happy’ So Happy, c.1958 Andy Warhol When I came across this lesser known artwork by Andy Warhol, I just had to share on this blog. Isn’t it super cute? I love the happy cat sounds around his head, .. ha ha.. It’s funny that I’d never seen it before – it’s one of Warhol’s […]

Why Do Cats Eat Grass?

December 30, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

By Drew Pilton Some cat owners make the mistake of preventing their cat from eating grass. There are various reasons for this, one being that they think it makes their cat ill or upsets their stomach. This is an incorrect assumption and in fact the eating of grass followed by regurgitation is a perfectly natural […]

Let Your Cat Destroy Her Own Furniture

December 28, 2007 by · 1 Comment 

Your cat has a love-hate relationship with your furniture. She loves to scratch the furniture, but it looks like hate to you. You can end this cycle of abuse with just a little bit of understanding. Scratching comes naturally to your cat as a way to exercise, mark territory, and sharpen her claws. She only […]

CFA – Cat Fancier’s Association, The Largest Purebred Feline Registry

December 21, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

By Moses Wright For those in the know, the initials CFA are very important when they are looking for a cat. The initials CFA represent the Cat Fancier’s Association. For cats to be proclaimed as a pedigree, they must be certified by CFA. CFA is the largest association for the registry of purebred felines and […]

Is Your Cat Ready for Toilet Training? Here’s 5 Ways You Can Tell

December 20, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

by: Rebecca Rescate At the end of a long day, who wants to sift through a messy litter box? Certainly not me. Up until now, the litter-box has been a necessary evil, a small price to pay for our beloved companions. But not anymore. In fact, there’s an underground alternative designed for those of us […]

Train Your Cat For Vacations

December 17, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

When you are going on a vacation or taking your cat out for a length of time you will want to have the cat trained to ride in a car or vehicle so that the cat is not jumping all over and over the seats. Purchasing a pet carrier will be the first thing that […]

Sphynx – The Facts Every Owner of this Cat Breed Should Know

December 12, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

By Robert Benjamin In 1966 in Canada, a Domestic Shorthair gave birth to a liter of kittens with a naturally occurring mutation of hairlessness. This liter became the ancestors of today’s Sphynx, created through inbreeding and crossbreeding over time. Interestingly, the same genetic mutation that causes hairlessness in a Sphynx is the same mutation that […]

Cat Training: Teach Kitty To Use The Litter Box

December 4, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

Cat Training: Teach Kitty To Use The Litter Box Pets are a wonderful way to add joy and love to your household. Many people have pets and consider them an important addition to their family. There are many pets to chose from, anywhere from fish to horses. Some people prefer small pets like gerbils, hamsters […]