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Adopting a Shelter Cat

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Our feline friends have really stepped up over the past few months. This has been a very trying time, and Fluffy has been doing her best to soothe, comfort, and entertain her humans. Unfortunately, many cats don’t have people to snuggle and meow at. Shelters are filled with cute kitties who desperately need good homes. … Read More »

Posted In Adoptions, Cat Care

Pet Preparedness Tips

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June is National Pet Preparedness Month. If there’s one thing we’ve all learned in recent months, it’s that you can’t be too prepared for a disaster. While the coronavirus will definitely go down as the biggest event this year, the pandemic doesn’t negate the possibility of other events, such as tornados, hurricanes, fires, and floods. … Read More »

Keeping Your Cat Active

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Is your kitty starting to slow down a bit with age? While kittens are super playful, older cats are, well, a bit lazy. How do you keep your cat active? Santa Rosa, CA vet offers tips on that below. Toys First and foremost, make sure that your kitty always has lots of toys to play … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General Care

Senior Cat Care

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Is your kitty aged seven or older? If so, your pet is officially a senior! Of course, Fluffy’s retirement schedule probably won’t look much different from her normal itinerary. Your furball will still spend most of her time sleeping, eating, and looking cute. However, she will benefit from some extra TLC. A local Santa Rosa, … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General Care

Tips For Working From Home With Cats

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Tips For Working From Home With Cats Have you suddenly found yourself working from home due to the coronavirus? If you have a kitty, it’s probably safe to say that your pet won’t mind having his or her human around more than usual. Of course, finding yourself with a feline coworker can be a bit … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, COVID-19

Keeping Your Cat Indoors

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Do you let your cat go outdoors? If so, you may want to curtail your furry pal’s adventures. We know, many of our feline buddies love outdoor kitty activities, like leaving paw prints on freshly-washed cars, bringing their humans ‘gifts,’ and refusing to come when called. However, your furball is really much better off staying … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General Care
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