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Do cats need to cut their claws? If so, how often and how to do it right? We will analyze these questions together!
Why should a cat cut its claws?
In the conditions of street living, the claws of cats are updated and sharpened in a natural way: while leaving territorial claw marks, climbing trees, moving around different types of soil and surfaces, overcoming long distances.
Pets generally move much less and walk on softer surfaces more often, therefore, clawpaws alone for an “ideal manicure” are not enough. Strongly grown claws grow into the paw pads and cause the cat not only discomfort, but also severe pain. Clutching the fabric with a claw, the cat can injure itself not only the claws themselves, but also the paws. Kittens are especially prone to such injuries. Not only the cats themselves suffer from long claws, but also the furniture, wallpaper in the apartment, and often the owners themselves. Therefore, the problem can and must be fought. The owners have to correct the situation with the help of special claws and their own skill. Continue reading
Oh, these pets! How often they surprise us with their strange habits! For example, they ignore a bowl of fresh water, but drink water from the aquarium with pleasure or carefully lick the sink … But if the cat does not come to the bowl for a long time, this becomes a big problem. Water is necessary for all animals to maintain balance in the body, and for cats drinking plenty of water is also the prevention of ICD. How to be? Why doesn’t the cat drink water from a bowl?
In the grip of instincts!
In the wild, cats drink water from ponds. Whenever possible, they choose flowing ponds and streams with clean, cool and fresh water. And they never eat where they drink, and vice versa. These habits are firmly entrenched in the genetic memory of everyone, including domestic cats. Knowing about them, you better understand the behavior of your pet. Continue reading
Little kittens will appear in your house soon? Congratulations! Smiles and happiness are guaranteed! But before the fluffy little peanuts are born, you need to take good care of their mother. Pregnancy is not a disease, but caring for a cat in a position has its own nuances. About them in our article.
Pregnancy in cats lasts a little over a month, about 9 weeks. This is a crucial time. The owner should pay more attention to his pet and surround her with care. The quality of care affects the well-being of mother cats and babies, so it is important for any owner to know what to look for first. Our 10 simple but important rules will help you build the right care for your pregnant cat. Continue reading