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Consider adopting an adult cat. They require less “startup” time than kittens, are usually spayed or neutered and are most often up-to-date with vaccinations.
The first 12 months of your cat’s life are extremely important. To help your kitten grow up to be a strong and healthy cat, look for these ingredients when selecting kitten food.
Did you know that high-quality kitten chow often contains nutrients that naturally occur in a mother cat's milk? Find out what your kitten needs to grow big and strong.
Learn how to read analysis charts posted by pet food manufacturers to see if your cat's food merits the Association of American Feed Control Officials seal of approval.
Kittens naturally produce DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), but they may benefit from having this omega-3 fatty acid in their food. Find out why.
Ingredients in your cat's food may be the simple solution to its digestive issues. Veterinarians share the best diet tips for healthy digestion.
The life expectancy for a domesticated housecat in 1930 was:
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