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10 Tips for Explaining Pet Death to Children

When a pet passes away, it can be a difficult time for everyone in the family, especially children. Here are some ways you can explain your pet's death to your child, based on their age. Read

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10 Tips for Explaining Pet Death to Children By Mary Kearl

When a pet passes away, it can be a difficult time for everyone in the family, especially children. Here are some ways you can explain your pet's death to your child, based on their age.

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11 Ways to Save Money on Pets By Kat Sherbo

You probably know that pets can cost a lot. From the monthly expenses of food and other supplies to the sometimes enormous costs of emergency medical care, being a pet parent can mean spending big bucks. Here we'll tell you how to save on every aspect of your pet's needs.

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12 Celebrities Who Would be Vets if They Weren't Celebrities By Katie Morton

Celebrities have a lot of star power and can influence huge change. Some are also pet advocates and have all played a major role in keeping all pets happy, healthy, and safe. Find out who these pet-tastic celebs are.

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18 of the Coolest Cat Christmas Presents By Kat Sherbo

Treat your kitty to the perfect holiday gift this year--from the climber to the snuggler, we've found the best gifts for every cat this holiday season.

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4 Types of Things You Must Carry When Going on a Trip With Your Cat By Roy Higgs

Traveling with your cat can be fun but exhausting. However, as long as you have a few things with you to support your cat, it will mostly be an enjoyable trip.

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5 Common Cat Medications By Lauren Leonardi

Cats get sick too, and when they do, they need medicine like the rest of us. Here is a list of the five most commonly prescribed medications for cats.

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5 Halloween Safety Tips for Pet Parents By Madeleine Burry

When it comes to the holidays, our pets are always trying to be right smack in the middle of all of the commotion. Here are a few great tips for how to keep your pet safe during the Halloween season.

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5 of the Sweetest Lap Cats By Lauren Leonardi

For people who love the warmth of a kitty snuggled up on your lap, these lap cats are sure to please. Take a look at this list of affectionate people-cats.

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5 Remedies For Car Sickness in Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

Some pets do not seem to love to travel in cars, and stress and anxiety can set in. Here are some great ways to remedy car sickness for your dog or cat.

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5 Ways to Take the Eww Out of Litter Boxes By Amy Shojai

When you have cats, cleaning up the litter box is something you can't get away from. Here are some tips on keeping the box clean with less fuss.

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6 of the Most Pet-able Fluffy Cats By Sora Wondra

If you are a cat lover looking for a breed with a huggably soft, pet-ably fluffy coat, well look no further. We have compiled a list of the most puff-ball-esque cat breeds around.

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7 Cat Products and Trends That'll be Hot in 2014 By Ellen Thompson

When it comes to pampering and spoiling cats, the sky is the limit. Everyday there are new products and gadgets to keep our furry felines entertained and in tip top shape. Here are a few things we expect to see more of in 2014.

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7 Money-Saving Steps to Having a โ€˜Greenโ€™ Pet By Lauren Leonardi

Have you thought about going "green" but figured it's too costly? Here are some great money saving tips for going green.

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7 of Our Favorite Cat Toys -- A PCRX Petsโ€™ Choice By Sam Bourne

There are tons of different cat toys out there, from various kinds of cat balls full of catnip, feathers on a string, plush mice, and some hi-tech gizmos with lasers and whistles. Depending on what you think your cat might like, the options are nearly endless. To help make your shopping easier, we have compiled a list of our favorite cat toys.

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7 Pet Holiday Safety Tips for the Winter Season By Sam Bourne

The winter holidays provide us with a much needed break from the otherwise unyielding bleakness of winter. However, sometimes we get a little too wrapped up in the festivities, forgetting that what might be fun for us can be upsetting, or potentially dangerous, for our four legged friends. Read up on our pet holiday safety tips and make sure your party goes purr-fectly.

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7 Reasons Why Cats Are the Best When Stuck at Home By Roy Higgs

How could someone describe a cat in one word?: Sweet and strong, instinctual and casual, simple and mysterious, loving and aloof, sophisticated and wild, calm and skittish, crazy, and lazy.

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7 Things To Put Away Before You Bring Your Kitten Home By Katie Morton

Kittens, like all other newborns are curious and tend to get into mischief. Itโ€™s not their fault, itโ€™s just what kittens do. So it is vital that before you bring home your little bundle of fur, that you make sure that you home is โ€œkitten proofโ€. Wondering where to start? Here are some helpful tips that can help keep your kitten safe in their new home.

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7 Things You Should Never Let Your Vet Do By Madeleine Burry

Our veterinarians are entrusted with the health and well being of some very important family members -- our pets. So how can you know that your vet is the right one for you? Here are 7 warning signs that your vet might not be the right fit.

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8 Ways to Love Your Pet this Valentine's Day By Kat Sherbo

Valentine's Day is a day to show your loved ones that you care, and who loves you more than your pet? Here are a few creative ways to return the gift to your furry pal.

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9 Asian Cat Breeds By Lauren Leonardi

Cats come from all corners of the globe, but cats that originated in Asia have some distinct characteristics. Learn about these Asian cat breeds.

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9 New Year Resolutions for Pet Parents By Kat Sherbo

When you make your resolutions this year, don't forget to make one for your little pal. There are certainly improvements anyone could be making to their pet care regiment, and now is the time to try and get better. Here are a few things you could try.

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9 Questions to Ask Before Adopting a Cat By Lauren Leonardi

Adopting a cat is the first step in years of happiness with your new family member. This handy list of questions will help you be sure you're getting the right cat for your home.

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A Guide to Dog Crates and Carriers By Ryan Gellis

If you are concerned with putting your pet inside of a crate or carrier for any amount of time then this article from PetCareRx will help put your mind at ease. Figure out the best dog crate or cat carrier for your pet and learn about the proper ways to get them comfortable inside of it.

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A Year of Cat and Dog Holidays to Celebrate By Kat Sherbo

Have you heard of International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day or Hug Your Cat Day? What about National Puppy Day or National Black Cat Day? From the silly to the serious, these pet holidays have the whole year covered.

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All-White Cat Breeds By Lauren Leonardi

Many different breeds of cats can come in white, but some more often than others. Find out about these white cat breeds.

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Best Pet Carriers for Traveling By Team PetCareRx

Pet carriers make traveling with animals safer for everyone involved. Here's what you should consider when getting your pet a carrier.

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Bringing a Pet Home from an Animal Shelter By Team PetCareRx

Adopting a pet from a shelter is a wonderful and generous thing to do, but it can sometimes be a challenge. Learn more about what to expect here at PetCareRX.

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Buckle Up Your Pets: It's the Law By Team PetCareRx

What dog doesn't love sticking their head out of the car window? Not only isn't this the safest way for your pet to ride in the car, but it's even illegal in some states. Learn more here.

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Can Cats Get Along with Other Pets? By Mary Kearl

The rivalry that defines all other rivalries - cats and dogs - might not be as set in stone as we believe. Here is what you need to know if you are trying to get a cat to interact with a dog, or another cat.

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Cat and Dog Airplane Rules Checklist By Sam Bourne

Airports can be tricky. Especially if you plan on taking a pet along for the ride. To help you better avoid the pitfalls of traveling with a pet, here is a checklist of airplane rules in regards to cats and dogs.

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Cat and Dog Facts for the Visual Learner: A Pet Infographics Collection By Sam Bourne

Infographics are changing the way we consume information: learning can be quicker and more fun when things are presented visually. What's the oldest domesticated cat breed? Which dogs have which personalities? Check out all of PetCareRx's infographics.

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Cat and Dog Fire Safety By Jesse Feldman

Pets are just as affected by home fires as their people, and the last time you want to be thinking of disaster prep is when something is already wrong. Take a moment to form your pet fire safety plan.

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Cat and Dog Halloween Costumes and Tips By Kat Sherbo

Have all the fun and avoid all the hazards of Halloween. From treats to costumes to dangerous foods, we've got you covered. Boo!

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Cat and Owl are Best Friends - A Must Watch Video By Sam Bourne

Gebra is a barn owl that was trained in falconry. That means she is comfortable with her handler and is somewhat more domesticated than her โ€˜wildโ€™ brethren. Fum is an extremely active black cat who spends the lionโ€™s share of his time outdoors, hunting and exploring. Together, Fum and Gebra are one of the most adorably unbelievable duos in the entire animal kingdom.

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Cat Depression Treatments - What Are Your Options? By Sam Bourne

Depression strikes cats in much the same way it does people -- they shrink away from others, act moodily, and are generally lethargic. It can be difficult to see your cat feeling so down in the dumps, but thanks to modern medicine, there are a slew of cat depression treatments that can help put that spring back into your kitty's step. Check out what your options are here.

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Cat Types for Every Type of Pet Parent By Meredith Alling

Cats can be small or large, fluffy or furry, talkative or a quiet type. Here we've grouped some of the most popular cat breeds into useful types.

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Cats 101 By Sam Bourne

So you want to get a cat? Great! Here are a few things to know before you make the leap, plus a bunch of interesting facts about cats. Enjoy!

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Cats and Dogs in Houston: A Petโ€™s Dream City By Mary Kearl

If there were ever a city vying for the #1 best city for pets, they'd have a tough time beating out good old Houston. With annual events, pet-friendly hotels, and 20 different dog parks, Houston is definitely every pet's dream place to live.

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Checklist for Kenneling a Dog or Cat By Kat Sherbo

We all have to leave home from time to time, sometimes quite frequently, and leaving your pet at a kennel can be the best option. But what will you need to bring with you? Find out here.

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Choosing Pets for Kids By Team PetCareRx

It can be tricky to find the right pet to mesh in with your family, especially if you have children. Find out what you need to know before you adopt a pet.

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Choosing the Ideal Pet Door for Your Home By Team PetCareRx

The ideal pet door works with your home and yard layout, giving your pets all the access you want them to have. Use these tips to choose a pet door.

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Creative and Homemade Cat Toys By Team PetCareRx

Cats love toys and watching your cat play is one of the chief joys of owning a cat. Here are some simple toys your cat will love.

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Cute Kitten Names By Sam Bourne

Naming a new kitty is fun, but can be a tough decision. Finding the right name for your cat is very important - they are going to have to walk around with that name forever! Make sure you pick the right one by reading this list first.

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Deciding between Male or Female Dogs and Cats By Team PetCareRx

There are many options when choosing a pet. Of all decisions to make, one of the most important is gender, especially in terms of sterilization. Educate yourself to make the right decision with PetCareRX.

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Easiest Cats to Care For By Meredith Alling

While the common belief is that cats are independent and don't need to be doted on, the truth is that a lot of breeds are quite demanding. There are, however, a number of breeds that are fine without constant attention or grooming. Here are a couple.

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Easter Tips for You and Your Pet By Kat Sherbo

Want to have a perfect Easter with your pet? Here's how to keep them happy and safe as you celebrate the holiday!

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Fall Safety Tips To Keep Your Pet Out Of Harm's Way By Lauren Leonardi

Fall is widely considered one of the best times of the year, but the changing weather can have some effects on pet safety. Here are some great safety tips for you to keep in mind as you begin to settle down into the cooler season.

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Finding the Right Cat Breeds for You By Meredith Alling

Cat parenthood is a blast, especially when you find a cat that meshes well with your living environment. Check out this guide to help you pick the best cat for your situation.

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Games for Cats: What's All the Buzz About? By Kat Sherbo

A new wave of cat toys is here: electronic games on tablets! Find out what these games entail and some of the possible drawbacks.

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Homemade and Fun Pet Halloween Costumes By Mary Kearl

Halloween is extra fun for some pet parents whose pets are ready and willing to sport fun and scary costumes. Find some pet Halloween costume ideas here -- what's most popular and what you can make in a snap!

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How Does Pet Cremation Work? By Madeleine Burry

Whether it's old age or a fatal condition, it's sad to say, but our furry friends will eventually pass away. When that does happen, many are left with questions about pet cremation. There are options out there based on what you want and how much you're willing to pay.

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How Much Is Your Petโ€™s Life Worth? By Matt Popkin

Price should never be a factor when determining the fate of your pet, but pet parents frequently face the dilemma of deciding how much they are willing to pay in order to save the life of their pet.

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How to Adopt a Dog or Cat: Every Question Answered By Madeleine Burry

Adopting a pet is a big decision. Bringing a pet into your home, and folding their care into your daily routine can be tricky. Here are the key considerations and checklists you'll need when adopting a dog or cat.

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How to Adopt Shelter Cats By Lauren Leonardi

If you're looking to adopt a cat, you may be wondering what to expect from the shelter and how it works. Take a look at our tips on adopting a cat.

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How to Choose a Cat Litter Box and Kitty Litter By Meredith Alling

Picking the best litter box for you, and figuring out where to put it, can be tough. Where is the best place for something like that to go? Here are a few tips for what you should be doing with the litter box.

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How to Get Over the Loss of a Pet By Meredith Alling

When it comes to losing a pet, the pain and sorrow is unspeakable. Our pets become such a major part of our families and daily lives that it's hard to deal with their passing. Even though there is no right or wrong way to get over the loss of a pet, here are a few thoughts and steps to take to help you cope.

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How to Give a Cat Massage By Meredith Alling

Ever catch your cat rubbing themselves up on the side of your couch or dining chair? That's because cats enjoy a good massage just as much as we do! Learn how to give your feline a massage here.

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How to Treat a Cat's Wound By Lauren Leonardi

Your cat may jump around like he's invincible, but the reality is that cats get roughed up just like anyone else. While a serious injury should receive professional attention, minor scraps and bumps can be taken care of at home. Here's how.

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Human Food for Cats Infographic: Safe Snacks for Fluffy By Sam Bourne

There's a lot of "people food" out there that cats cannot eat. And though cats are not as apt to sample as dogs, if the opportunity presents itself, your cat might nibble on something they shouldn't. Check out this handy infographic on which snacks are ok to share -- and which are not.

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Hypoallergenic Cats for People with Allergies By Meredith Alling

Itโ€™s a frustrating conundrum to want only love and companionship from a cat and to get instead watery eyes, a scratchy throat, and a series of sneezes. Find out about hypoallergenic cats!

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Introducing Cats to New Cats or Dogs By Madeleine Burry

Its never easy bringing a new pet into a home that already has one, but it is doable. Whether you are bringing a new cat into a home with a cat or a dog, there are a few tricks you can use to make the transition more smooth.

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Is Catnip Safe? 5 Things You Should Know By Amy Shojai

What is catnip? Does your cat like it? Cats act like drunken fools when under the influence of this herb. But is catnip safe?

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Keeping Your Christmas Cat Happy This Season By Sam Bourne

When it comes to Christmas, cats often get the short end of the stick -- most of the plants, food, and decorations are dangerous to them. We've got all the tips you'll need to give them the Christmas they deserve.

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Not for the Faint of Heart: 6 Large Domestic Cat Breeds Who'll Rule Your Home By Lauren Leonardi

Cats usually run around the same size once full grown, but there are some breeds that get up to around 20 pounds! These largest of the domestic cat breeds are for someone looking for big-time cuddles.

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Perfect Cat Spaces By Jesse Feldman

It doesn't have to be a palace, but you should make a little place for your cat to call their own; a place to eat, sleep, and play. Use these tips to help make your home a more cat friendly environment.

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Perfect Gifts for Cats: A Holiday Ideas Guide By Jesse Feldman

As the holiday approaches and you're out running around getting everyone their presents, don't forget to pick up a little something for that special feline in your life. Here are some great gift ideas you can buy or DIY this year for your cat.

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Pet Euthanasia: What to Expect By Meredith Alling

When a pet becomes seriously ill or injured to the point that it affects their quality of life, it may be time to consider euthanasia. It is not an easy decision to make, but if your pet is suffering, it may be the humane one. Read on to learn what you need to know.

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Pet Microchips 101 By Ryan Gellis

The facts about microchip ID tags in your pet. Does it pay to get one for your dog or cat?

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Pet Safety and Household Cleaning Products By Team PetCareRx

It's easy to overlook, but many common cleaning products can threaten your pet's safety and health. Learn the dangers your pet faces and how to avoid them.

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Pet Safety for the Holidays Infographic By Team PetCareRx

The holidays can get a little nuts with all of the shopping and visitors. All of this preparation and stress can make it easy to forget that your four legged friends find this time of year stressful as well. Here are a few things to consider when gearing up for the holidays in a home with pets.

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Pet Thanksgiving Safety Tips for a Barkinโ€™ Good Day By Sora Wondra

Thanksgiving is always a fun time -- as well as a very hectic one. Here are a few ways you can make sure that your pet has a safe Thanksgiving while partaking in all of the fun that comes along with the holiday season.

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Pets in the City - Barking Around Raleigh, NC By Mary Kearl

City pets seem to enjoy being just as much on the move as their pet parents. Raleigh, NC is a great city that has tons of activities to try with your pet.

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Pets in the City: A New York City Guide for Pet Parents By Mary Kearl

New York City is truly a "hustle and bustle" type of place where you can find just about any and everything for your beloved pet! Here are some great places to go, things to do, and unique services for your pet right here in the Big Apple.

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Pets Welcome! Finding A Pet-Friendly Hotel For Every Budget By Jesse Feldman

Many pet parents would rather take their beloved pets along on family trips than stick them in a kennel while they're away. Find out more about hotels that will welcome your pet with open "paws."

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Presidential Pets: The Dog and Cat Leaders of the Free World By Ryan Gellis

An overview of the most interesting and notable presidential pets in America's history.

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Separation Anxiety in Cats By Meredith Hudson

Many people think cats don't require much attention, but some cats can even develop separation anxiety when their owners leave. Learn why some cats get separation anxiety.

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Striped and Tabby Cat Breeds and Types By Lauren Leonardi

The word "tabby" refers to a cat's coloring as opposed to their breed, but many breeds usually come with tabby coats. Find out more about tabby cats.

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Supplies for Keeping Outdoor Cats Safe and Healthy By Kat Sherbo

Before you let your cat outside, it is a good idea to make sure they have everything they might need. We've selected some useful products that will help keep your kitty safe before they prowl the streets.

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The 7 Unsuspected Pet Dangers of Summer By Rebecca Kelley

Summer is always a fun time of the year for both pets and pet parents. Learn how to protect your pet from the top 7 risks this summer here.

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The Average Lifespan of a Cat Breed by Breed Chart By Sam Bourne

Cats come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. As such, different cat breeds have different life expectancies. The average lifespan of a cat depends on a lot of variables -- from diet and exercise to their overall health to their breed. To get a better idea of your catโ€™s expected lifespan, check out this list of cat breeds and average ages.

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The Best Cat Breakaway Collars and Special Collars By Sam Bourne

With todayโ€™s seemingly endless selection of everything, even a task like picking out a cat breakaway collar can become a chore. Thatโ€™s why we put together this list to help you figure out what it is you need.

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The Boldest and Best Funny Cat Pictures By Sam Bourne

Funny pictures of cats have been taking the internet by swarm. They are cute, expressive, and are chock full of attitude, so it comes as no surprise that thousands of cat owners take a great amount of pleasure out of putting words to the things their cats do. Here are some of the funniest examples of what is now known as the "Lolcat" movement.

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The Cost of Cat Boarding: Economical to Luxury By Meredith Hudson

Since most cats aren't travel enthusiasts, pet parents end up boarding a cat when going away on a trip, and it helps to understand cat boarding costs beforehand. Here are some great boarding options available to pet parents, depending on how much they are willing to spend.

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The Cutest Cat Breeds Around By Meredith Hudson

All cats are pretty adorable creatures, though some may prefer to be thought of as distinguished predators. But these cute cats may take the cake for absolutely sweet traits.

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The Facts About Dog Insurance By Maureen Ryan

Dog insurance can be a great way to help you afford costly treatments for your pet, but knowing how it works and measuring the pros and cons will help you find the best plan for you and your Dog.

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The History of Cats By Meredith Hudson

Our feline friends weren't always so tame and amiable. Find out how domestic cat breeds descended from wild cats, and what some of the oldest cat breeds are.

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The Most Common Cat Breeds By Lauren Leonardi

You've probably seen most of these common cat breeds at some point or another, but you might be surprised about the most common cat of all -- making up 95% of US cats!

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The Pros & Cons of a Self-Cleaning Litter Box By Madeleine Burry

A self-cleaning litter box: every cat parent's dream, right? Or maybe not. Although a self-cleaning litter box sounds ideal, it is not always accepted by every feline. Find out what the pros and cons are to decide if it would be a hit or miss in your home.

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The Top 5 Misconceptions of Owning a Cat By Lauren Leonardi

Cats have had an enormous impact on humanity for thousands of years. In that time many myths or misconceptions have cropped up, and we are here to officially dispel them. Here are a few myths about cats that deserve to be busted.

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Traveling with an Anxious Cat: Tips for a Stress-Free Road Journey By Roy Higgs

This guide uncovers secrets for a stress-free journey. We'll reveal how to transform their carrier into a sanctuary and create a calming road trip environment for a perfectly peaceful adventure.

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Treat Your Cat to a Catnip Surprise By Amy Shojai

Have you ever wondered what would get your laid back kitty up and moving in the blink of an eye? If catnip comes to mind, you're right! Here are some cool interactive games to play with your cat.

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What Causes Cat Allergies? By Jesse Feldman

It's hard to resist that little cat in the window isn't it? Even if you have cat allergies. Although cat allergies are more common than dog allergies, it is still quite possible to get them under control.

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What Is a Holistic Veterinarian? By Lauren Leonardi

Holistic veterinarians are becoming more and more popular, but what the practice means is still perhaps a bit misunderstood. Find out more here about the different ways these vets choose to run their practices and treat their patients.

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What is Cat Scratch Fever? By Meredith Alling

Youโ€™ve probably heard of โ€œcat scratch feverโ€ thanks to Ted Nugentโ€™s famous song. But cat scratch fever -- actually known as cat scratch disease -- is more than just the basis for a groovy 70s jam; itโ€™s an infection caused by bacteria carried in flea feces.

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What is Catnip? - A Handy Infographic By Sam Bourne

We know that cats go bananas for the stuff, and that the catnip plant is found in pet shops across the globe, but why do cats love these leaves so much? What is it about catnip that cats go so cuckoo for it? This handy infographic should answer all of your questions.

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What To Do If Your Pet Goes Missing By Meredith Alling

Pets go missing every single day, which causes pet parents to go into a panic. Here are some important preventative steps to take in order to avoid your beloved friend from being on a missing poster around town.

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What to Expect from Professional Pet Sitters By Lauren Leonardi

Entrusting your beloved pet to the care of another can be a rather difficult thing to do, especially the first time around. Here's what you should expect from a professional pet sitter.

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Whatโ€™s Special About a Dedicated Cat Clinic By Maureen Ryan

Clinics that cater exclusively to felines try to ensure that cats receive the specialized care and attention they need but might not get with general vets.

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Whatโ€™s Wrong Here? 6 Common Pet Safety Hazards By Meredith Alling

Think you know a thing or two about proper pet safety? Check out these pics and put your knowledge to the test.

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Where Cat Breeds Come From Infographic By Team PetCareRx

There are over 70 cat breeds recognized today, so it can be hard to keep them all straight! Our infographic highlights the most popular breeds and where they came from.

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Wild Cat Breeds for Adventurous Cat Parents By Meredith Hudson

Some cats just look like creatures of the wild, prowling through dark forest... or hallways. Take a look at these domestic house cats who look and act more like their wild ancestors.

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Your Complete Thanksgiving Cat and Dog Guide By Kat Sherbo

Thanksgiving is a time for eating too much, doing too little, and relaxing with our friends, families, and pets. But while we may accept the bigger waistline for the night as the price of a good Thanksgiving, dogs and cats are at risk for serious health hazards on Turkey Day. Here's how to steer clear.

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Your Pet Emergency Checklist By Sam Bourne

Disasters happen, but just because they are unexpected doesn't mean you can't be ready for them. Learn here what you can do to make sure that you, and your pets, are safe when the unthinkable occurs.

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