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Attention Cat Owners: Your Pet Wants You, Not More Food!

Cats have long been perceived as selfish, indifferent and difficult to train. Even a great deal of cat owners apparently believe their pets don’t have much interest in human interaction and would mostly prefer to be left alone with their favorite treats. But the results of a new study suggest that cats actually love playing […]

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How Organizations Around The US Are Combating Pet Overpopulation

Animal shelters do not have the capabilities to fight pet overpopulation on their own. Approximately 3.3 million dogs and 3.2 million cats enter shelters in the US a year but just 10% of companion animals taken to shelters are spayed or neutered. The lack of space in shelters results in about 1.5 shelter animals being […]

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Discover How Kidney Support Gold Miraculously Saves Near-death Older Cat From Kidney Disease

I would love to share the story of one of our three cats: Leo. Leo was a feral kitty found under a bridge late 2005. We adopted him from a shelter in March 2006, and our lives immediately changed, mostly for me, since Leo was my first real pet, and we almost lost him to […]

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Discover Natural Support for Common Feline Ailments: Cat Liver Disease

Connie was truly devastated when she learned from her vet that Bouncey would never recover from liver disease. Bouncey was very skinny and weak cat. The vet even suggested to put him down. Connie who lives in upstate New York refused to give up on her 11-year old beloved kitty, and brought him home so […]

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Premium Holistic Cat Food For All Life Stages

Today, there is a growing desire among discerning consumers  to know more about what goes into their companions’ food. And rightly so. An optimal diet is good health insurance for your feline, and can go a long way in preventing potential ailments. Looking through the publication of “approved” pet food ingredients in the U.S. gives a […]

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Discover How Senior Cat Overcame Cancer with Life Gold – Natural Cancer Support

Unfortunately, feline cancer is common in senior cats but fortunately this customer story has a happy ending: “Almost three years ago, we received a phone call from our Vet informing us that our beloved cat, ‘Happy’ had a maximum of two weeks left to live, we were devastated.  Diagnosed with stomach and intestinal cancer, we […]

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What to do when conventional treatment only makes your cat even sicker than feline liver disease

Melanie was ready to leave her home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida when she noticed that Felix, her senior cat, stopped eating. Right away, Melanie knew something was wrong since her senior cat always finished his wet food. She got nervous and took her kitty to the vet. The vet did the blood work, and found […]

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Cat Personality Test: The Color of a Cat Can Determine Their Personality

Here’s a unique Cat Personality Test for all cat lovers – your cat’s personality has a lot to do with their fur’s colors! Cats come in many shades of colors, but the one thing they have in common is the cattitude, and we sure love them for it! Cats are interesting characters and they can often showcase […]

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Helping Mushu, the old grumpy cat, to feel joyful and healthy after Feline Diabetes

When Dan was asked to temporarily look after Mushu for a year, he happily accepted the owner’s offer. Dan hadjust lost a beloved cat, and Mushu would soothe his healing heart. Or so he thought. “Mushu was not a friendly kitty as I quickly found out,” remembers this cat lover based in St. Albert, Alberta. […]

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Natural Support for cats with cancer – inspiring customer story

If your cat has cancer, the best way to handle it is to take action. Learn all you can about your cat’s form of cancer. Find out how to give her the best possible care. We suggest you talk to your vet about the various treatments available. For some types of cancers, conventional treatments are […]

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