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Even though heatstroke is more common in dogs than in cats, cats can get it, and it is a life-threatening condition that requires immediate veterinary attention. Dogs  can regulate their body temperature by panting, at least up to a point, but cats normally don’t pant unless they’re already in respiratory distress. Most cats will instinctively
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Cats are masters at masking signs of illness or pain, which is why regular veterinary exams are so important. A key peace of a successful vet visit is that you share your observations of your cat’s behavior with your vet. After all, as your cat’s parent, you know your cat better than anyone. A typical
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Jackie Brown Pet expert Jackie Brown has spent 20 years following her passion for animals as a writer and editor in the pet publishing industry. She is contributing writer for National Geographic’s Complete Guide to Pet Health, Behavior, and Happiness: The Veterinarian’s Approach to At-Home Animal Care (April 2019) and author of the book It’s
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Jackie Brown Pet expert Jackie Brown has spent 20 years following her passion for animals as a writer and editor in the pet publishing industry. She is contributing writer for National Geographic’s Complete Guide to Pet Health, Behavior, and Happiness: The Veterinarian’s Approach to At-Home Animal Care (April 2019) and author of the book It’s
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Today’s litter boxes are more than just a simple plastic box. Minnesota mom to four cats, Maya Nishikawa hates cleaning the litter box, so she’s willing to try any of the latest innovations. Last year she bought an automated Litter Robot that cleans up poo and pee 10 minutes after the cat leaves the device,
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No matter what side of TikTok you’re on, you’ve probably heard of Addison Rae, Khaby Lame or even Charli D’Amelio. But are you familiar with TikTok’s richest domestic animals? Research by All About Cats revealed the top 10 most influential pets on TikTok, by looking at factors such as followers, engagement rates, average likes by video and estimated earnings per
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Melissa L. Kauffman Covering the pet world for more than 25 years, Melissa L. Kauffman has been an editor/writer for a wide variety of pet magazines and websites from the small critters to parrots to cats and dogs. Her advisory team of rescued pets — dogs Tampa Bay and Justice and parrots Deacon and Pi-Pi — help keep her on
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Community Cats Podcast will host the much-anticipated Online Feline Leukemia Day on July 16, 2022. This one-day event has a unique focus on cats with feline leukemia (often referred to as FeLV) and what animal shelters, veterinarians, caregivers, and pet parents can do to support them in their journey. Sessions will include updates regarding treatment and
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Melissa L. Kauffman Covering the pet world for more than 25 years, Melissa L. Kauffman has been an editor/writer for a wide variety of pet magazines and websites from the small critters to parrots to cats and dogs. Her advisory team of rescued pets — dogs Tampa Bay and Justice and parrots Deacon and Pi-Pi — help keep her on
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Kittens require special care and treatment. Which is why Community Cats Podcast and The National Kitten Coalition have partnered to present the first and only conference dedicated exclusively to caring for the smallest felines – the Online Kitten Conference, from June 10-12, 2022. Throughout the weekend, animal shelter professionals, caregivers, fosters, and kitten lovers alike
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Hi everyone, it’s Allegra! You know by now that I LOVE crinkly plastic seals. Whenever I hear mom open a jar or other container that has one of those seals, I come running into the kitchen! It doesn’t matter where in the house I may have been, or whether I was fast asleep, because to
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Jackie Brown Pet expert Jackie Brown has spent 20 years following her passion for animals as a writer and editor in the pet publishing industry. She is contributing writer for National Geographic’s Complete Guide to Pet Health, Behavior, and Happiness: The Veterinarian’s Approach to At-Home Animal Care (April 2019) and author of the book It’s
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Whether you’re loving life in an enormous industrial loft, sticking it out in a small studio or living the high life in a highrise downtown, odds are, you either have a pet or you’d like to get one. We are happy to say that Katzenworld has been featured on Rent.com as one of over 20
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Cats are masters at hiding signs of illness. This is a throwback to their wild origins: in the wild, a sick animal easily becomes prey. Because of this, it’s up to cat parents to know what to look for. Any changes in your cat’s normal routine, behavior and attitude could be the first indicator that
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Annie Butler Shirreffs Annie Butler Shirreffs has worked in the pet industry for 20 years and is currently the senior editor of Catster and Dogster magazines. A cat lover since she was a little girl, she has always had feline friends in her life. She and her husband share their Southern California home with their
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Anywhere, USA (June 1, 2022) – Community Cats Podcast, in partnership with The National Kitten Coalition, will host the Online Kitten Conference from June 10-12, 2022. Kittens require special care and treatment. Which is why Community Cats Podcast and The National Kitten Coalition have partnered to present the first and only conference dedicated exclusively to
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