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Each topic in the lists below include the source organizations website. To see the complete list of contributing Trusted Veterinary Information Sources go here.


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General Cat Care:


Cold Weather:


Community / Feral Cats:


Declawing: see page here


End of Life Care & Hospice:


Giving Pets as Gifts:


Grooming:


Handling Cats & Kittens - see interacting with cats


Hospice - see end of life care


Identification / Microchipping:


Interacting with Cats: (also see traveling with your cat)


Kittens:


Misc:


Pet Health Insurance:


Senior Cat Care - see page here

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Kittens - My Secret Love (Doug, CatNewsNow publisher)

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• The Transparent Panel Kitten Cage Experiment

3/3/2020  "There was one day that I was admitting about 15 kittens from a nearby humane society and had to come up with a solution to house them in about two days. I decided that I wanted to give them plenty of space to run around and the opportunity to enrich their life while in my care, so I looked at my options, which were too expensive or incomplete." - PoC

• Welcome to kitten season

1/27/2020  "Six months ago you would have found dozens of kittens during a tour of the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA. Take that same walk today, however, and you’ll find many wonderful adult and senior cats but no purring fuzz balls. Why is that? You’ve probably heard the term before, but why do kittens have a “season?” - The Daily Journal

• 15 Facts About Kittens That Might Surprise Even Long-Time Cat Lovers

1/11/2020  "I'm pretty sure it’s a scientific fact that no human being can resist a kitten. Those little toes! The big eyes! And don’t get me started on the whiskers. Kittens have been stealing hearts since forever." - Cole and Marmalade

• Stress-free ways to socialize your kitten

1/25/2020  "You wouldn’t think that there would be much of a method, or even a reason, for socializing kittens. They’re adorable. Everybody loves them. What more do you need to know? Quite a bit, actually." - The Citizens' Voice

• Katz Tales: Cats are slaves to their fertility cycle

11/13/2019  "Tic Tac is now an elegant lady with pristine fur. While she’s growing taller, she’s still very much a kitten. When you pick her up, she’s a snug double handful. Like all kittens, she’s full of bounce and vigour. She plays ninja games with the big boy cats, pouncing out at them and challenging them to wrestling matches." - The Star Online

Other News

• Pet Parenting: 5 basic grooming tips for your cat

3/30/2020  "Your pet child needs a lot of care even if he or she is independent. Cats love grooming themselves but there are a lot of things that they cannot do on their own and it's important that you take care of them and keep them well-groomed and hygienic." - Pinkvilla

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