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Hairless cat breeds, such as a Sphinx or a Peterbald, don't necessarily mean less maintenance. Although these cats are beautiful, unusual and affectionate, their exposed skin often requires more care than that of a typical furry feline.

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  • Cat Litter Box Problems Eliminated

    The Daily Cat's most requested topic is how to solve cat litter box problems. You asked and we listened. Here are ways to prevent litter box misses, kitty carpet messes and much more.

  • When to Feed Cats a High-calorie Diet

    The world is full of corpulent cats, but some felines need an extra calorie boost, such as cats with dental problems or those that are recovering from illness.

  • How to Prevent 5 Common Cat Illnesses

    As the axiom goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Here are tips to prevent some of the most common cat health problems.

  • 6 Ways to Keep Your Cat Healthy in 2012

    If you made health resolutions for the new year, why not include your cat’s wellness in this plan? Ensure your cat’s good health by following these recommendations.

  • Global Cat Food Market Trends

    Do cat owners in Europe look for the same qualities in cat food as feline fanciers in Vietnam? Analysts weigh in on worldwide pet food trends.

  • Can New Cat Feeders Help Solve Mealtime Problems?

    We look at some of the newest feeders, from combo play-food stations to "slow-down" bowls for tubby tabbies, to see if they live up to their claims.

  • How to Select the Best Food for Your Kitten

    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.

  • When to Feed Cats a High-calorie Diet

    The world is full of corpulent cats, but some felines need an extra calorie boost, such as cats with dental problems or those that are recovering from illness.

  • Special Food Choices for Your Senior Cat

    Cats these days are living longer, healthier lives. If your cat is now a senior, find out how aging affects food consumption, and how you can help.

  • The Lowdown on Low pH in Cat Food

    Cats -- especially seniors -- may suffer from bathroom issues, such as calcium crystal formation in urine. The food you feed your pet can help make sure what goes in comes out the way it should.

  • Improve Your Senior Cat’s Eating Behavior

    Did you know that loss of smell could change your cat's appetite? Enhance the aroma of cat food for your senior pet with these tips.

  • Caring for Cats With Sensitive Stomachs

    Does your cat have certain digestive sensitivities? You can sooth them by feeding your feline special-formula foods.

  • The Top Benefits of Senior Cat Food

    Eleven is the new seven for cats. Find out how senior cat food is helping adult cats live longer, more productive lives.

  • How You and Your Cat Can Go Green

    Sustainability is the buzzword in the pet food industry now, with decisions affecting everything from ingredients to packaging.

  • 6 Ways to Keep Your Cat Healthy in 2012

    If you made health resolutions for the new year, why not include your cat's wellness in this plan? Ensure your cat's good health by following these recommendations.

  • When to Feed Cats a High-calorie Diet

    The world is full of corpulent cats, but some felines need an extra calorie boost, such as cats with dental problems or those that are recovering from illness.

  • Healthy Nutrition for Your Senior Cat

    Foods for an active senior cat can promote healthy digestion and help improve immune response, all while fueling your cat's busy day. Here's what to look for.

  • Cat Food: Then and Now

    Cat food has certainly changed over the years. We look back at the first cat foods, tracing their evolution to today's modern products.

  • How to Select the Best Food for Your Kitten

    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.

  • Does Food Taste Different to Cats and Dogs?

    Recent studies reveal why cats are from Venus and dogs are from Mars when it comes to choosing, tasting and even digesting food.

  • Benefits of DHA for Your Growing Kitten

    Kittens naturally produce DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), but they may benefit from having this omega-3 fatty acid in their food. Find out why.

  • Your Cat’s Unique Nutritional Needs

    Learn what factors determine your cat’s particular nutritional needs so that you can choose exactly the right cat food for your pet.

  • Cat Food Ingredients: The 4 Essential Groups

    Cats are carnivores, so protein from meat is essential. But can you guess what the other key ingredient groups are in quality natural cat foods?

  • Weight Control Cat Foods Evaluated

    A new study has found that weight control foods for cats vary widely, both in calories and price. Learn what to look for and why “lite,” “light” and “low calorie” aren’t always what they seem.

  • Why Your Cat Won’t Eat

    Is your cat finicky to the point that it’s showing a loss of appetite? This can signal a number of problems, but all can be prevented and treated.

  • Whet Your Cat’s Appetite With Wet Food

    The term “canned cat food” is all wet: Thanks to new flavors, additions and recipes, many manufacturers now prefer the phrase “wet cat food.” Which of the new products are best for your pet?

  • The Best Protein Sources for Your Cat

    As carnivores, cats crave and love meat. But are you feeding your feline the types of meat that provide optimal nutrition?

  • How Veterinary Formula Cat Foods Work

    Are you concerned about your cat’s health? New veterinary formula therapeutic cat foods may be the answer to your worries.

  • "Natural" Cat Food Explained

    You might not realize that food control officials monitor use of the word "natural" on labels. What should you expect when buying natural cat food for your pet?

  • Matching Food to Your Feline

    Want to know which food choices are best for your cat's profile? Pet nutritional consultant Bernadine Cruz, DVM, is an expert at picking the perfect foods for any feline.

  • Six Health Problems Targeted by Cat Food

    New cat foods could protect your pet from six of the most common kitty health problems. Find out what these problems are and learn how what your cat eats today might affect its future health.

  • Cat Foods Go Natural

    Your farmers market purchases may start to resemble the ingredients in kitty's dinner, with the emergence of more of high-quality, natural ingredients in pet food.

  • Seven Signs Your Cat's Eating Right

    Evidence exists that you've made the right cat food choice, and it comes in the form of your very own feline friend. Find out how, in seven steps, you can see the way your cat food may promote healthy vitality in your pet.

  • Multi-cat Foods Simplify Mealtime

    Can a food designed for multiple cats help better satisfy your furry friends?

  • Cat Nutrition Factbook

    Like all good parents, cat owners worry about keeping their felines healthy. Learn what foods your cat requires at every life stage.

  • Cat Food, Demystified

    What does it mean when veterinarians "recommend" commercial pet food products? Learn about the criteria that the pros use when evaluating cat food, and what this means for you and your favorite feline.

  • Your Cat's Nutritional Balancing Act

    Most commercial pet foods maintain that they are chockfull of essentials for kitty's best health -- but what, exactly, does that mean? Find out the six cat food necessities, and what can go wrong if the formula's off.

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