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6 edition of Caring for Cats found in the catalog.

Caring for Cats

  • 286 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Gramercy .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pets,
  • Nature / Animals,
  • Sale Books,
  • Cats - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7679500M
    ISBN 100517161419
    ISBN 109780517161418
    OCLC/WorldCa44499815

    Written for both new and experienced pet owners, this book emphasizes the importance of creating a strong, happy, and healthy relationship with your pet. Have a veterinarian check your kitten for worms and intestinal parasites, and have her de-wormed, if necessary. It will cut down on unwanted behaviors like roaming and the tendency to spray urine. We will examine the pros and cons of each type, and which will be best for your cat. The biggest parasitic threat to your kitten, however, is fleas.

    Rabies vaccination at 16 weeks, or as required by law. Litter Box This is a chore that most older children can take care of. Buy a large box, even if you have to spend a little money on it. Local dog walkers and groomers are also a great resource for pet recommendations. All of it. Ask cat-owning friends or co-workers who their vet is and what they like about him or her.

    One of the first things you should do with your new cat, if not the very first, is take him in for an exam. But you do need to brush long-hair cats several times a week and short-hair cats weekly. Maine law requires that all cats be vaccinated against rabies. Bernard's work on all aspects of caring naturally for cats is based on years of meticulous research and hands-on experience, yet she translates her knowledge into simple, common sense guidelines that anyone can understand and put to use.


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Caring for Cats book

A male or a female? In this section, we will show you how to find the perfect cat. It all helps them become better-adjusted, healthy adult cats. We will let you know the various organizations to which you can turn for vet recommendations.

Extra weight also contributes to arthritis, heart disease, and other health problems in cats. Vomiting or diarrhea — anything more than two or three times within an hour or so.

Would you be able to afford this cat's medical needs? Even with the best tooth brushing, some cats may still need an occasional professional cleaning. Keep stocking your pantry with kitten food until your baby reaches adulthood, 9 to12 months old.

Your cat's litter box needs scooped at least once per day; many cat owners like to scoop up messes as soon as they are deposited.

Next, we will examine whether or not you should seek the help of a professional groomer. If your cat is going to be indoor-only, your vet may tell you that the leukemia vaccination is optional. FIX ME. Cats generally prefer a mix of dry food and canned food.

You will have to live in animal-friendly housing, be prepared to pay for unexpected medical costs, arrange for animal care if you go away on trips, and so on. Beyond that, though, you'll have to pay for food, litter, toys, and regular medical expenses.

Eye injury, no matter how mild. Older children can open canned cat food and replace your kitty's water with fresh water. Learn more about spaying and neutering here. However, this does not mean that cats do not need regular grooming. We will weigh the pros and cons of an adult cat versus a kitten.

Is that sappy? By providing a post, you allow the cat to indulge in normal, healthy behavior. Cats can and do suffer from dental disease. However, before providing any outdoor exposure be sure your veterinarian has administered the proper vaccines and enough time has passed for your kitten to build immunity.

Learn about cat care by reading books by cat experts or consulting cat-related Web sites. He or she may also recommend additional vaccinations.How to Care for a Cat. by Dr. H. Ellen Whiteley. NEXT PAGE. You may have heard that cats have nine lives.

Well, maybe that's true, but one thing is for sure -- your cat can have a long and healthy life with the proper care. There are many things to consider when caring for a cat, and we'll cover them all in the following sections.

Feb 07,  · How to Take Care of a Cat. With their playful personalities, affectionate behavior, and adorable faces, cats can be the ideal pet. But, despite popular opinion, cats are not maintenance-free! To keep your cat healthy and happy, you need to. History & Evolution of Big Cat Rescue WARNING: Graphic images!

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Caring for Cats and Kittens (Book): Hubbard, Ben: Are you thinking about taking on the huge responsibility of owning a cat? This book is a comprehensive guide for children aged 8+ to caring for a new cat or a kitten - including animals taken from a rescue centre such as Battersea Dogs & Cats Home.

It covers all aspects such as choosing the right pet for you, making it feel at home, daily. Caring for Cats: An all volunteer, no-kill shelter. We want all cats to have a loving forever home. Isabelle is our Pet of the Week!

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Isabelle is a gorgeous 4-year-old with short hair and all the sweetness of her breed. Hyperthyroidism is one of the most common cat illnesses and it is curable in many cases. ‘Caring for a cat with hyperthyroidism’ has been written as an information source and support tool primarily aimed at owners whose cats have been diagnosed with this condition.