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This page is dedicated to information about Cats.

Whether you current have a cat, have lived with a cat in the past, or plan to bring home your first cat, the information below can answer questions you may have about your furry friend.

CATegorical Care: An Owner's Guide to America's #1 Companion (CATalyst Council)

Resources for Cat Owners - helpful links for general information and specific topics

Breeds

Doing your research is essential to finding the right breed for your lifestyle and a lifetime of happiness!


The International Cat Association (TICA)
Cat Fancier's Association
All About Cat Breeds
catchannel.com
SelectaPet - Find the Breed That's Right for You (petnet.com)

 

Behavior/Temperament

Learn about common cat behaviors - why they do what they do and ways to understand and treat specific issues.

Cat Behaviour (International Cat Care)

Essential Cattitude: An Insight into the Feline World
How to Socialize Your Cat (catster.com)
House Soiling
(Cornell Feline Health Center)
House Soiling (AAFP)
Aggression in Cats
(ASPCA)
Adopt Cats in Pairs
(CATalyst Council)
Friends for Life - Caring for Your Older Cat (American Association of Feline Practitioners) 


Vaccinations​ and Illness

Vaccines and Sarcomas: A Concern for Cat Owners (AVMA)

Feline Vaccines: Benefits and Risks (Cornell Feline Health Center)
Vaccinations for Your Cat- Pet Owners Guide (American Association of Feline Practitioners)
Guide to Treating Cats with Bugs and Pests (The Aardvark Pest Management)


Dental Care
Proper dental care is essential to your cat's health and well-being. Below is information on how to take control of your cat's oral health.


Dental Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats
(American Animal Hospital Association)
Home Care for Cats (American Veterinary Dental College)
Ten Steps to Your Cat's Dental Health (ASPCA)
Dental Care for Cats (American Association of Feline Practitioners)

Veterinary Visits
Below are videos about taking your cat to the vet, including transportation and the actual exam.

Tips for Taking Your Cat to the Veterinarian​

Why Does My Cat Need an Examination?
Cats and Carriers: Friends Not Foes​​
How to Get Your Cat in the Carrier (Part 1)​
How to Get Your Cat in the Carrier (Part 2)


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