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Dangerous cat toys, dangers for cats in the home, indoor only cats are prone to have things to cause them danger.

Benefits of Giving Lysine to Cats

 

chocolate point Siamese and blue point Siamese cats playing with cat toys

Lily’s 3rd Birthday and Lucy playing with toys

Lysine an Alternative

 

With a runny nose and one watery eye, the vet suggested Lucy take Lysine.

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Interesting, as I thought we were in for a round of antibiotics. A refreshing alternative. Advocate for vitamins and minerals as a decent cure for what ails you or a pet.

 

Much prefer a drugless solution. Drugs are not a natural substance found in our systems. I doubt anyone is ever lacking in aspirin. Yes, it helps. But if the cause of  ailments is a lack of a vitamin or a mineral, doesn’t it make more sense to fill the void?

 

Have always searched for the answers to ultimate health.

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Review on Cat Sparkle Toy Balls

Chocolate point Siamese cat with sparkle cat balls

Lily checking out the new supply of sparkle balls

 

My cats have loved the sparkle balls I got years ago from a fabric store.

 

My first introduction to the sparkle balls was in a cat toy Christmas stocking. They self-destructed in days. Hence, the hunting expedition for a suitable substitute. The 48 balls survived the ravages of energetic cat play for years. Now only 27 remained.

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What happened to the other 21? Not sure. The vacuum cleaner may have gobbled up a few. A litter box casualty that got buried. Didn’t get  scooped because it was washing day for the litter boxes.

 

There were 3 larger ones that Lily liked. They are missing. One escaped outside, must have got kicked out when we opened the backdoor. Are they under the washer, freezer, or dropped behind the bookshelf? For now, the 3 are MIA.

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How to Keep Your Indoor Cat Entertained

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Is Your Indoor Cat Bored?

 

Chocolate point Siamese cat resting on carpeted bookself

Lily resting in office

 

Is your cat sleeping more than usual and packing on the pounds?

Time to make note of the waking hour activities. Is he/she begging for food or listless most of the time?

Bored cats use food to fill the boredom.

Challenge your cat’s mind with interactive toys. Even just a new toy with unfamiliar smells will stimulate their curiosity.

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Why Do You Want a Cat?

Blue Point Siamese

Lucy, blue point Siamese

 

Responsible pet ownership comes with many long-term commitments. Are you up for the challenge?

Can you afford to feed them, especially if they need a special diet?

Vet bills can be expensive if they get sick.

Are you prepared to keep them indoors, away from dangers? Cars, dogs, wild animals are a threat to cats?

Responsible Cat Ownership

Outside cats encounter fleas, poisons, such as anti-freeze, poisoned rodents, fertilizers on grass, weed killers. Our own property may be free from those dangers. But cats will wander to the neighbors. And you have no control over their yard.

Cats kept inside don’t run into the above scenarios. Life span of indoor cats is usually much longer than outdoor ones. So keep your furry family member inside for the healthiest existence. They won’t miss the outside if they never experience it. You can’t miss what you don’t know exists. Continue reading

Cats At Christmas 2021

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chocolate point Siamese cat on hearth in living room with Christmas bear

Lily with the Christmas bear

The cats and us this year. They are getting into the spirit. This will be Lily’s second Christmas with us and Lucy’s first.
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Rethinking the Christmas Decorations

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Had to put a few decorations away. Cats in the past enjoyed the colored silky thread covered styrofoam ball ornaments. Sure, I trimmed them; they were looking shabby. Kept the good ones and placed them in a container with decorative pine and holly holiday picks.
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Lily flips one out of the container. Had a fantastic time batting the ball across the floor. My heart sank when she unraveled half and it was in her mouth. Much like a wad of cotton candy. Ran over and grabbed it. Only to realize I didn’t get every piece. Hard as I tried, I couldn’t get her close enough to rescue the last piece.

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