Adopting and Adult Shelter Cat

May 21, 2009

1. Purchase the necessary paraphernalia. If this is your first household cat, you need all the bowls, litter boxes, toys, beds, and scratching post. If you have other cats, it is still good to obtain…

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Making the skies feline friendly

November 16, 2007

By: Arden Moore In my role as editor of Catnip, the author of 17 books on cats and dogs and an animal behavior consultant, I travel coast to coast to make presentations about pets. Usually,…

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Score one for Hemingway’s cats

October 10, 2007

By: Arden Moore For nine years, I lived in South Florida and looked forward to the occasional getaway to Key West. From my home in Palm Beach County, it took about five hours to reach…

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Frustrated by Felines?

August 27, 2007

By: Arden Moore The Book Expo of America is to authors and publishers what the Super Bowl is to quarterbacks and linebackers. It’s THE event of the year. The most recent book expo took center…

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The Decision to Declaw

August 8, 2007

Posted by Pets Best on 8/8/2007 in Scratching Post Articles Currently there is an overwhelming amount of discussion over the hot issue of whether it is humane to have a feline declawed. There is a…

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Callie’s Healthy Vacation

August 2, 2007

By: Arden Moore Indoor cats – guaranteed to be free of risks from illness and injury, right? Wrong. For 12 years, I have jokingly regarded my calico cat, Callie, as a “cheap date.” The reason?…

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