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A Cat Can Jump Six Times Its Length

Cats have powerful muscles in their back legs that help them leap far (fun fact: they use their tail for balance). That is why they have no problem jumping on tabletops and even in some case to the top of the refrigerator.

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Pet safety Carrier for a Car.

Thank you Fred for this important pet carrier safety information... In my research I came across the Center for Pet Safety, Among other things, they researched which pet carriers on the market will allow a pet to survive a car crash. I bought the carrier on  ...

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Rosemary Extract Used In All Preground Poultry Meats

Rosemary Extract used in all pre-ground poultry such as Turkey. I have been telling everyone to not use this meat becasue of it's toxicity to cats. However, I asked Dr Wolf again about this and she replied here...‘Toxicity. Rosemary is not listed on the American...

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Willa’s Success

Willas’ success story... Hello - I’m writing to let you know how incredibly grateful I am to have found your product!  I have 5 cats, and while it was the health concerns of 1 that directed me to your site, all my kitties are now eating raw food with your supplement...

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Willa’s success story

Hello - I’m writing to let you know how incredibly grateful I am to have found your product!  I have 5 cats, and while it was the health concerns of 1 that directed me to your site, all my kitties are now eating raw food with your supplement and doing beautifully. My...

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Raw Fish Can Be Bad for Cats

Another delicacy cartoons would have you believe cats love is raw fish, which may actually be bad for them. Uncooked fish can contain bacteria that are harmful to cats and can cause food poisoning. Also, an enzyme in raw fish destroys thiamine, an essential B vitamin,...

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IBD SUCCESS STORY-DIARRHEA

We adopted Ziggy, a Ragamuffin kitten, a little over three years. We continued to feed him the costly cat/kitten grain-free food that he had always eaten. He began to get colitis every 8-10 weeks within a few months of adopting him. He would run a high fever, vomit,...

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After surgery recovery wrap. SO much better then a cone!

Thanks to Cindy for her great idea when her Mr Thomas had to ware a cone for his post surgery of a fatty tumor. Mr Thomas was licking the stitches so the vet put one of those cones on it that scared not only him but all his feline friends in the house as well. So...

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Dry Foods and Kidney Problems

Feeding dry foods is what causes creatine levels to be higher then normal unless there is a tumor or a deformity of the kidneys. Dry foods no matter what kind it is will dehydrate the kidneys causing the cat or dog to drink more water. This makes the kidneys work...

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