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Cat Panting: Common Causes And Solutions

Cat Panting: Common Causes And Solutions

If you are a dog owner, then you will have grown accustomed to them panting on a regular basis as they cool down. However, panting is not typical behavior for a cat to display and, in many cases, is an indication that emergency care is needed. In this post, you’ll learn about all the common causes and solutions for cat panting. 

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Are Roses Toxic To Cats?

Are Roses Toxic To Cats?

Did you know that plants are in the top five categories of toxins that pets encounter? Unfortunately, some plants can be fatally toxic to cats. Luckily, if your cat has just eaten a rose, you can rest easy. The common rose is listed as non-toxic to cats by the ASPCA!

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How Long Are Cats In Heat?

How Long Are Cats In Heat?

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. 

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Are Cats Nocturnal Animals?

Are Cats Nocturnal Animals?

For many cat parents, their favorite feline’s seemingly nocturnal lifestyle can be fascinating. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about cats’ activities at night, and how to manage their evening escapades with greater ease.

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The Fascinating Felines of Basepaws

The Fascinating Felines of Basepaws

We’re so excited to share that the latest results from the Basepaws Feline Health History Questionnaire are in! For the past two years, amazing pet parents like you in our customer and/or citizen science research community have filled out this questionnaire to help us learn about your furry family members’ physical appearance, health, eating habits, behaviors, and more.
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