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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
Winter is snowflakes on the window, a magical New Year’s mood, warm blankets and homeliness. Perhaps this time of year is most liked by your cat. When it’s cold outside, it’s so nice to bask with the mistress under the covers, doze off on her knitted sweater and hunt for legs in warm socks! But for the winter to be extremely pleasant for the pet, the owner needs to be alert. Cold window sills and drafts can cause cystitis and relapse of urolithiasis (ICD). Should a cat freeze – and that’s it, hello, new and old diseases! However, if you follow the 10 recommendations, the health of the pet can be protected!
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New Year without a Christmas tree – is it possible? Many cat owners think so. They saw how a carefully decorated Christmas tree crashed to the floor under the onslaught of a furry pirate, how toys crashed and how needles spread throughout the apartment. But this is far from the most terrible trouble. A cat besieging a Christmas tree can be seriously injured: fall inadvertently, injure itself on glass decorations, receive electric shock from a garland or swallow rain, which is very dangerous. In such cases, a veterinarian cannot be dispensed with. It turns out that the festive tree turns into a quest for a pet – very interesting, but full of dangers, and quite real ones. But is it really now to give up the tree? How to put a Christmas tree if a cat is at home? Continue reading