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Are two cats better than one?

Cats make wonderful pets and companions and the joy and love they can bring to a household is beyond measure. But there is one vital question that must be answered when you first consider sharing your home:-

'Should I get one cat or two?'

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Cat Furniture – Your Royal Kitty Needs A Castle

You have a true friend if you own a cat. Your kitty will love you no matter what you might do to him. Your kitty may have been your companion now for many years. Considering this, a cat is dependant on you for each and every thing he needs. Sometimes a cat can seem pretty independent but at the end of the day, they will always come purring back to you.

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Enzyme cleaners - The only effective cat urine odor eliminator

The first time a feline owner encounters an out-of-the-cat-litter-box experience, she probably uses whatever cleaners she has on hand. Initially, it appears she's cleaned the cat urine odor and stain from the location. However, in a matter of hours or days, she still smells the cat urine odor in the "clean" spot and can't figure out why it's still there.

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How to prevent cat urine odor damage in rental property

Feline owners who are renters can face challenges every time they move from one rental to another. Their cat may have the best cat litter box habits in the world, but if the new apartment has cat urine damage from the previous tenant, the cycle could be repeated. If your kitty smells the cat urine from the previous pet, she may take this as permission to use that spot for her cat litter box needs.

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Songs about cats (or are they?)

Perhaps the most famous Cat Song is The Siamese Cat Song recorded by Peggy Lee. The song is from the Walt Disney 1955 classic "The Lady and The Tramp", an animated film about a classy Cocker Spaniel named Lady who falls for Tramp a scamp of a mongrel. The song however is about two arrogant cats, Si and Am, who have given Siamese cats a bad name ever since.

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How to find a lost cat

Losing your cat is a worrying experience, use these 'How to find a lost cat' steps, and try to stay calm. Remember that most lost cats have not run away from home, we all know about cats and curiosity. The first place you will want to search for your lost cat is right inside your home. It may seem obvious but make sure that your cat is not shut in a room, less obvious check washing machines, clothes dryers, dish washers, even refrigerators.

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