|Posted on May 12, 2012 at 7:40 AM|
Feline Marking and Spraying
If you are finding urine outside the litter box and have ruled out medical problems, and litter or litterbox aversions, your cat could be displaying urine-marking behavior.
Cats do this to inscribe a pheromonal message for later passers-by. It's like posting a sign ... “Tigger was here. Keep out.”... Read Full Post »
|Posted on May 6, 2012 at 6:45 AM|
The most common behavioral problem for which cat owners seek Veterinary assistance is house-soiling. In fact, house-soiling is also a leading cause of cats’ relinquishment to shelters.
There are reasons for this behavior, and your kitty is limited in the ways he can communicate with you when something is wrong. If you can view his behavior as a form of communication and not an act of defiance, you and kitty will have a better chance f...Read Full Post »
|Posted on May 3, 2012 at 6:35 AM|
Has your kitty been making unwanted deposits outside the litter box? Are you at your wit’s end trying to make sense out of your cat’s house-soiling behaviors? If so, you are not alone.The most important point is to not assume that your cat is being “bad” if he urinates or defecates outside the litter box, instead realize he is trying to communicate something to you.
There are three main causes of house-soiling in cats:Read Full Post »
|Posted on April 2, 2012 at 4:25 PM|
You'll never forget the first time you see little wriggling rice grains on your kitten's behind, probably because you'll be so grossed out by the sight. It may be the first time, but it probably won't be the last…unless you use the information below:
Two types of intestinal worms, tapeworms and roundworms, are commonly found in cats.
Tapeworms are the source of the wriggling rice grains, known as proglottids...Read Full Post »
|Posted on March 12, 2012 at 6:30 AM|
Did you know that more people surrender their cats to animal shelters because of litter box issues than for just about any other reason?
ForestWind Siberian kittens come to you fully litterbox trained. By following a few simple guidelines the chance of ever needing to address "a litterbox problem" is greatly reduced.
Real estate agents are all about “location, location, loc...Read Full Post »