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Outdoor and Indoor Plants That Are Toxic To Cats

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What Plants Are Safe For Cat And Ones That Are Toxic? Whether you have an indoor cat or an outdoor kitty you'll want to pay attention to what plants you have around. Indoors, make sure to have cat-safe plants and flower and outdoors be aware of what's around your house or apartment. Here is a list of safe and not so safe plants and flowers to keep your kitty happy and healthy. Safe Plants And Flowers For Indoors Bamboo is a great choice for an indoor plant that is safe and pretty. Our top choice for safety!Spider Plants are easy...

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Why You Should Get A Rescue Cat

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Why Get A Rescue Cat You ask? Let's face it, everyone loves kittens! From their cute innocent expressions to their uninhibited play, kittens are just plain fun to have and watch grow up. About 82 percent of kittens get adopted, but as they get older the likelihood drops, and once they pass around 18 months old, only 60 percent of cats get adopted. According to the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) there are about 93.6 million pet cats in the country, and approximately 33 percent of households have at least one cat. In fact, only about 2 to 5 percent...

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15 Cats Trying To Help You Not Do Stuff!

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We love cats even if they can be a little annoying. We own two calico girls and Miss kitty wants breakfast and dinner ON TIME. She will bug and holler till she gets fed. The other one Kitten (Named for her adorable meow) will come in bed and sit on my chest while I'm trying to watch TV.

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10 Best Cat Gif

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10 Best Cat Gifs EVER!

These are our nominations for best cat gifs ever! I know there are probably better and funnier ones out there, these are the ones we liked! Hope you enjoy and comment below in your favorite o

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Top Five Amazing Cat Breeds

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#5-Bengal Cat Bengal cats have “wild-looking” markings, such as large spots, rosettes, and a light/white belly, and a body structure reminiscent of the leopard cat. A Bengal Rosetted spots occur only on the back and sides, with stripes elsewhere. The breed typically also features “mascara” (horizontal striping alongside the eyes), and foreleg striping. The eyes of a Bengal cat are relatively large and are usually bright blue or green. Temperament After three generations from the original crossing, the breed usually acquires a gentle domestic cat temperament; however, for the typical pet owner, a Bengal cat kept as a pet should be at least four...

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