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Allergies in Cats
Usually when we talk about cats and allergies, we’re talking about runny-nosed humans with itchy eyes. But cats can have allergies too, even serious ones. How do you know if your cat has allergies? And how do prevent and treat them? If you’re concerned about your pet and think it may be allergic to something, read on! Common
The Truth Behind Whisker Fatigue
Does your cat drag you to the kitchen and announce, in impeccable cat English, that he’s starving—but then refuse to eat the meal you have lovingly prepared? Alternatively, does he nudge his food out of the bowl and then devour it off the floor? Does he leave a mess in his wake, without tipping you
Take Your Cat to the Vet Day: More Purr, Less Panic
  Guest post by Kristen Levine   If, like me, you share your life with one or more feline companions, you know what lovable and interesting creatures they are. My own cats, Turdie and Olivia, are sweet, loving, and affectionate, and they...
2016 Out-of-the-Box Thinking Scholarship Winners Announced
AutoPets is excited to announce the winners of the 2016 Out-of-the-Box Thinking Scholarship. Thank you all for your creative submissions! Students were asked to submit an essay describing an innovative pet product idea in line with AutoPets’ mission to design highly functional,...
Young Cats, New Tricks: Kitty kindergarten creates adoptable, adorable cats
  By Sophia Yin, D.V.M., M.S.  Read the full article at The Humane Society of the United States’ Animal Sheltering. Behavioral issues are one of the most common reasons that cats are returned after adoption or relinquished to a shelter in the first place....
How to Get Back to Normal with Your Cat After Vacation
If you have a Velcro cat—you know, the type of cat that never leaves you alone—then going on a vacation might be a bit stressful for you two. You’ve cleared your schedule, made reservations, and set up everything for your cat. You...
Top 10 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Bringing Home a New Cat or Dog
Guest post by Pauline Dain of The Humane Society of McCormick County, SC   This article originally appeared in Southern Paws & Tails Magazine   1. The impulse to buy/adopt approach Sure it’s difficult to pass by that furry little face looking...
Traveling With Your Cat: Practical Strategies
So you’re planning on traveling with your cat! You’ve already read our earlier articles and have made reservations at a cat-friendly hotel. You’ve selected a safe cat carrier to keep your cat comfortable. Now you might be wondering what to expect while you’re actually on the road. We’ve assembled some tips and strategies to help you and your
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