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Does your Siberian cat like "people food?" Co...Read Full Post »
|Posted on July 29, 2013 at 3:50 AM|
About 10% of cats brought to the vet have feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD). Once called Feline Urologic Syndrome (FUS), FLUTD is not merely one problem, but a collection of clinical symptoms that may have more than one possible cause.
Problems that affect a cat's lower urinary system can prevent...Read Full Post »
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Many of our ForestWind Siberian Kitten Families find us after they have lost a beloved cat who has been part of their life and heart for many years, often as long as 15 to 18!
Our beloved Sultan died of PKD at age 7. In the week before his death we provided him with specially prepared broths, as well as supplementary ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on April 10, 2013 at 3:55 AM|
Did you know that as a feline, your Siberian kitten or cat has unique vitamin needs?
All felines have a special requirement for vitamin A, which is available naturally only in animal tissue.
Cats lack the necessary intestinal enzymes to convert B-carotene in plants to the active form of vitamin A.
Vitamin A is essential for maintenance of vision, growth of bone and musc...Read Full Post »
|Posted on March 28, 2013 at 2:10 AM|
How is Fel d1 Produced& How Does it "Get Around" in My Home?
Did you know that the fel d1 allergen is very stable and can remain potent in your home environment for over a year ? This means it is important to understand how the fel d1 is expressed by cats and how it travels around in our environment. Understanding these two points are the first step in developing your allergen reduction plan.
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Just like Humans, Felines do best eating healthy foods that are compatible with their digestive systems. The following email from a ForestWind Family, explains the benefits of a raw diet for a feral cat they care for.
"On a happy note, I know ...Read Full Post »