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Complete Guide to Cat Care

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    1. Tips for Bringing Home a Rescue Cat
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    You've chosen an adorable shelter cat, but how can you help him feel comfortable in his new home? Learn the basics of preparing for and taking home a new cat.

    You've chosen an adorable shelter cat, but how can you help him feel comfortable in his new home? Learn the basics of preparing for and taking home a new cat.

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    2. How to Introduce a New Cat to Other Cats
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    Ready to bring a new cat home, but worried if it'll get along with your other cat? Learn helpful tips for introducing them so your cats get along purrfectly.

    Ready to bring a new cat home, but worried if it'll get along with your other cat? Learn helpful tips for introducing them so your cats get along purrfectly.

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    3. New Cat Behavior and Litter Box Issues
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    Bringing a new cat home can be stressful for the cat. Learn how to help your cat feel safe and comfortable and how to retrain your cat to go in its litter box.

    Bringing a new cat home can be stressful for the cat. Learn how to help your cat feel safe and comfortable and how to retrain your cat to go in its litter box.

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    4. All About Cat Nutrition: Wet vs Dry Food
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    Have you been feeding your cat dry food? This tutorial explains why it’s more cost-effective and better for your cat’s health to shell out for wet food.

    Have you been feeding your cat dry food? This tutorial explains why it’s more cost-effective and better for your cat’s health to shell out for wet food.

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    5. How to Transition Your Cat Off Dry Food
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    Does your cat love dry food? Making the transition to wet food - a healthier choice - can be tough. Learn some steps to transition your cat off the dry stuff.

    Does your cat love dry food? Making the transition to wet food - a healthier choice - can be tough. Learn some steps to transition your cat off the dry stuff.

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Emiel d
6:46 PM 10 January 2018
Great lesson! Thanks for the time you spent on making these.
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Sharon T
My older cat (12) has lost a few teeth in his lifetime so he depends on wet food. He is more energetic and happy than younger cats I've seen who were fed exclusively dry food. Wet food has so many benefits, the fact that they are mimicking the behavior of their natural inclination to chew and digest raw meat from prey animals makes it very clear that it is the best, most natural way to feed your cats. My veterinarian supports and recommends this diet as well.
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Jessica S
All my cats are fed on dry. Shock ,horror! They are so fussy about what they eat, fresh wet food is not possible as we are vegetarians in the house.( not the animals that is)but the wet also is iffy for the way the prosses it. First the meat goes into a wat of alcaliens and then in to a wat of acid to "nuralize" it.
Sharon T
You lost me at "prosses". Your last sentence nearly gave me a stroke trying to decipher it. I just feel like if you don't even know how to spell the things you're trying to refute, that maybe you shouldn't speak on that particular subject.
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Poonam S
I switched my GF's 6 year old calico from dry to wet and she went from "sluggish", "lazy", "clumsy"... to spry and agile and playful in less than six months. Lucky it was an easy enough transition. I still include dry treats upto a handful of ten or fifteen pieces per day. For fun. I'm going on to homemade cat food soon.
Know It All With Arloa
Awesome! I'm glad you were able to see the benefits so quickly!
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Dariel D
Thanks
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Thank you for watching and commenting!
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