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My Cat Grooms Excessively — Is Something Wrong? It is normal for cats to groom themselves throughout the day. In fact, cats may spend up to one half of each day grooming themselves. For this reason, you may not even notice if your cat starts to groom himself or herself excessively. Read more: http://presidioway.com/index.php?newsletters=28630
Remember meeting our new client, Woody, a few days ago? This is Woody’s brother, Blacky, who, judging from the picture, thinks hairbrushes make a great resting place. Blacky must know that regular brushing makes his coat healthy by removing dirt, grease, and dead hair. It also aids in blood circulation and removes skin flakes—both of which improves the condition of his skin. Brushing your cat one to two times a week will make all the difference in the world, and we bet your cat will thank you!
Does your favorite feline leave you hairballs as gifts? If so, you’re not alone. Although we love cats for being meticulous groomers, it’s safe to say we don’t like finding hairy presents around the house. Let’s explore what causes hairballs and how to prevent them. Read more here: http://presidioway.com/index.php?newsletters=26853
I do more than half of my pet shopping at Amazon. If there's something I'm not sure about, I depend on their reviews to steer me in the right direction; when all the customers rate an item with 5 stars, I'm pretty sure to get a quality item. So, I did some searching on Amazon to find the highest ratings in 10 popular cat 'cat'egories to share with you. - ... see more at PetsLady.com ... The FUN site for Animal Lovers