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If you’re a parent of a female cat, you’ve probably heard the phrase ‘in heat’ before. In short, it refers to when your feline friend is fertile and ready to mate. It also comes with behavior changes that can be difficult to deal with if you’re not prepared. If you’re asking yourself, “how long are cats in heat?” in exasperation, we’re here to help! Keep reading to find out how long your cat will be in heat, what symptoms to look for, and how to keep them comfortable throughout their cycles.
Are you considering adopting a kitten? Or, maybe you’ve already got one, but you’re not entirely sure about the best food and care to give them. In either case, it’s important to know how old your kitten is. In this post, we’ll help you figure out how old your kitten is and how to discover the secret to staying on top of your ever-growing kitten’s health.
As winter weather arrives and temperatures are falling, it's a natural reaction for us to turn up the heat and put on some extra layers. Unfortunately, this is not an option for our cats who rely on their fur coats to keep them warm. While some cat breeds have longer and thicker coats, other kitties may need some extra attention during the cold months of the year. In today’s post, we’ll answer the question, do cats get cold? We will also provide you with tips to help keep your cat cozy and warm!