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Archive for June 30th, 2016

catglassesHigh heat and humidity made it miserable! When heat and humidity reach dangerous levels , any strenuous physical activity for your cat or travel in his cat carrier should be avoided. The high humidity will prevent your cats body from cooling down because cats do not sweat like we do. High humidity can cause strokes, cramps and exhaustion. All of these conditions can be very dangerous for your pet. Body fluids in your cat are lost in these conditions and the body temperature can rise to a very high level.

How do you know if your cat is overheated? If your cat has breathing problems, coughing or a dry throat, he is probably dehydrated and get him to a cool, shady spot with plenty of water on hand right away.

During the summer, take precautions when it comes to your pets. You may have to change your plans to keep them safe. Keep them in a cool area and always have their water bowl filled.

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Cats Love To Play With Anything

Thursday, June 30, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

homemadeCats love to play but purchasing a variety of cat toys can get expensive. So why not make your own? A tightly wadded ball of paper,an empty toilet paper tube, a ping pong ball or a brown paper bag are some of the simplest cat toys. If you want to put a little more effort into it, tie three feet of string onto a stick and dangle it like a fishing pole. I used the plastic ring on a milk carton and attached it to a piece of string and it became my cat’s favorite toy. You can also make a cat nip toy out of the top end of an old sock. Just cut it off at the heel, put in some cat nip and stitch it closed. A plastic bottle with a secure lid can be partially filled with rice to make a rolling rattle. Figure out what your cat likes, get creative and make sure that you always supervised her playtime when you make the cat toys.

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