Trimming your cat’s claws may sound frightening. However, after proper training, doing so will be easy even if you do it alone. In this article, you will learn how to trim your cat’s claws, as well as how to hold your cat during the procedure.
Most cat owners are terrified at the thought that they may need to brush their pet’s teeth, not to mention hearing that they may need to do so every day.
A shiny side of the coin, though, is that brushing your cat’s teeth may seem impossible at first, but with correct training and an understanding of how to do so, the process not only becomes readily accepted by your pet but takes just a few minutes of your time.
One of the most terrifying things about dehydration is that it is rarely apparent. Most cats can live with constant under-hydration for years without their owners even knowing it. Would you know if your cat is dehydrated? Find out here:
In our previous article of the series for beginner cat owners, we talked about properly trimming your cat’s claws. Now, about a bit more pleasant activity – brushing your cat’s coat.
Before we begin with tools and techniques, let’s state why it’s beneficial to brush your cat’s coat on a regular basis.
We are continuing our series for beginner cat owners with a section about basic cat care. In this article, we want to teach you how to feed your new cat.
You will learn:
- What is the best food type for your cat;
- Why it is not he dry food;
- What to look for on commercial cat food labels;
- How often should you feed your cat;
- How much food you should serve;
- And more…
In this article we want to guide you through a shopping list of stuff and accessories your cat will need. We do not want to give you a plain list of stuff you will need, but are going to explain details so you do not end up buying crap you do not need, and, in some cases, will explain why you do need the stuff or accessories we recommend, if it’s not obvious already.
Getting a cat is extremely serious decision. It’s a living creature we’re implementing in our lives, and both sides are affected. Here’s a list of things to ask yourself, before getting sure whether you are ready, or not for your first cat.
We are starting new series on our site, which will look at most common things beginner cat owners, those who are getting their first cat, will need to know.