The Floppy-Eared Darlings: The Scottish Fold
The Floppy-Eared Darlings: The Scottish Fold

Meet the only cat who has ever been described to resemble an owl. Yep! The enchanting Scottish Fold is a carrier of a distinctive feature of forward-folded ears and a reputation of remarkably loving companions. Scot folds come in all coat colors, patterns and lengths. Interestingly, they are notorious for sleeping on their backs with all fours up in the air! Read on for a small dose of these mesmerizing bundles of love.

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Common Feline Inherited Diseases
Common Feline Inherited Diseases

Purebred cats are more often than not at a higher risk from certain hereditary diseases than mixed breeds. This is why many people today want to know the breed composition of their felines in order to get a glimpse of what their pets may be at high risks from. Today, we will take a moment to briefly address some of these genetic conditions identified in cats and discuss which breeds are noted to be at the highest risks from them.

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Cat Sitting Tips for the Pet Sitter
Cat Sitting Tips for the Pet Sitter

Cats are pretty self-sufficient. You can leave them food and water, and they’ll be good for a few days. And, unlike dogs, they can relieve themselves indoors in a litter box. Further, most don’t require much exercise and attention. However, cats are very loving creatures and do appreciate some companionship. This is why hiring a cat sitter is a good idea if you plan to leave town for more than a couple days. Sitters can also give medication if need be, clean out the litter box, refill food and water, and give you updates (and peace of mind) while you’re away. Here are some cat sitting tips from a house sitter’s perspective to help cat parents prepare for a puuurrrfect visit.

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Pregnancy in Cats
Pregnancy in Cats

Awww..little baby kittens! Is your home about to become richer by a few extra mini cats? Lucky! Having kittens is a wonderful experience for both you and your queen, but before you can welcome new furry bundles into your home, we need to take time to talk about feline reproduction and pregnancy, appropriate care for your queens and kittens and the possible complications that may arise during this emotional process. Here is everything you need to know in order to support your expectant cat and her babies as well as you possibly can.

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