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One of the most frustrating things for cat owners is getting their cat to take a pill. By the time it is all said and done, you probably feel like taking a pill to knock out the headache you acquired from having to hold your breath. The good news is that there are tricks to getting your cat to take that tablet without you feeling like you ran a marathon.
Here are some tips to help you out:
• Crush the tablet and put it in your pet’s food. This is something that works well with wet food. If your cat still turns away from the food, go ahead and let them do so. They may eat when they are hungry enough. You can also skip out on the next feeding completely so that they won’t refuse the food later.
• Some cats love fresh fish. If you have some, that is the perfect opportunity to give them their medication via the fish.
• You can try the method of putting the tablet in their mouth and holding their mouth closed until they swallow. While this method is not necessarily preferred since someone can get hurt, it can work. You may want to wear a padded suit if your cat is not declawed.
• If your cat loves freshly cooked chicken, then that is another opportunity to administer the medication. You know what your cat likes, so use that information to figure out the best way to get them to take the tablet.
There are many benefits to spaying, such as avoiding certain types of reproductive cancers in female cats. The best time to have this procedure done is when the female cat is six months old. This is because they most likely haven’t gone into heat yet and having them spayed at this point reduces their cancer risk by 91 percent. Having a female cat spayed at 1 or 2 years old reduces the cancer risk by 11 percent.
Many individuals have rabbits as indoor and outdoor pets. As indoor pets, they are not very destructive as long as they are kept in pairs. If a rabbit is on their own, they may be destructive. A bored rabbit can do a great deal of damage inside a home, despite their small size. Nonetheless, rabbits are social, they can be affectionate, and they are a lot of fun. They are also not too difficult to take care of. If you have a fenced-in backyard, you can let your rabbit out for some exercise. They will thank you for it.
Rabbits enjoy the company of other rabbits because they are social animals. In the wild, they tend to live in multiples and, even when kept domestically, they like to be around others that are just like them. Keeping two or more rabbits together means that they will not be lonely when you are not around to play with them. If you can, it is good for you to have at least a pair of rabbits.
When traveling with your pet, make sure you bring your pet’s information, have a list of vets and animal hospitals along your travel route and where you will be staying, have a color photo on-hand, and a have a travel ID tag made that includes your information and your location. You should also have your pet’s medical records and obtain a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection from your vet. As for items, bring their collar, crate, toys, food, food and water dishes, and a first aid kit for your pet.
The first thing to consider is whether or not your pet does well with travel. Some pets are unable to travel because of age, injury, or temperament. If your pet is not good with travel, you should consider boarding your pet for the time that you are gone. You will want to ensure that the boarding facility is one that will take care of your pet the way that you need them taken care of.
If you do decide to travel with your pet, make sure their tags contain up-to-date information, have your pet implanted with a microchip in case they would get lost and someone takes them to a pet store or to the vet to be scanned, and make sure your pet is allowed to be where you are staying.
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Absolutely not. What it actually does is give your cat diarrhea. The older feline may like the taste of dairy milk but because of a lack of lactase, the milk can lead to discomfort and messy diarrhea. They do make a special cat milk that you can buy for your kitty.
It is an interesting fact that cats seem to mate more often when temperatures are warmer, leading people to great concern during the suspected Global Warming.
Yes, cats need to eat meat in order to survive. Cats have always met their nutritional needs by consuming other animals and have a higher protein requirement than many other mammals. If these protein needs in meat are not met for your fury friend it can lead to health issues. Such as; liver and heart problems, skin irritation and hearing loss are just a few.
It depends on where you live as to the good or bad luck of the black cat. In England and Asia, they are considered signs of good luck while the United States reveres them as bad luck. It is determined that the black cat was associated with witchcraft as far back as the 17th century and something that many people believe today.
How a cat lands on its feet is due to a balance between their organs in the inner ear and their eyes. It is also due to their flexible bodies and backbone and can usually straighten themselves out in mid-flight on the way down. However, many cats do sustain severe injuries if jumping from very high elevations, for instance, the cat who may jump out of a window to get the bird it's been eyeing.
Unlike the dog, cats can see color and distinguish them from one another.