Feeding Your Cat:                                                               Know the Basics of Feline Nutrition

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Lisa A. Pierson, DVM  catinfo.org Diet is the brick and mortar of health. This paper lays out some often-ignored principles of feline nutrition and explains why cats have a much better chance at optimal health if they are fed a canned food diet instead of dry kibble. Putting a little thought into what you feed your cat(s) can pay big dividends over …

Recycled Art Bags and cat food, huh!

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These shopping bags are a great reuse of these pet food bags. But, I gotta say if your pet food comes in a plastic bag that can be made into a shopping bag, you are buying the wrong stuff. No pet food worth your money comes in a bag like this. The first rule about buying your cat food is …

Your Cat’s Food, What’s Good and What’s Not

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I’m going to give you a link to follow. It is all about dog food. Everything they talk about is the same for cats. At the end of the article it has a list of great pet foods. When you feed your cats one of these foods, you will feeding them the best nutrition available. http://www.reviews.com/dog-food/ Good food equals better …

New cat sitting service offered in Battle Ground area

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JOANNA MICHAUD, staff reporter  ~The Reflector Lifestyles Companion Pets Cat sitter opens Pampurred Pet Care    After moving to Battle Ground not long ago, 56-year-old Patt Doyle worked hard to look for a job. However, having worked in national parks and also being a pet sitter for most of her life, Doyle said it was difficult for her to ind something …

Lost Cats (and Dogs):                                                           Your pets versus 4th of July fireworks

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Authored by Jason Nicholas, BVetMed Fireworks beautiful for humans, deadly for our cats. Do you know what day is historically the busiest day of the year in animal shelters all across the country? It’s the FIFTH of July. Do you know why? Yup, you guessed it… fireworks! In reality though, that’s only partially right. The real reasons are a bit more involved than …

Thank You

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I met a new client today. At the end of our initial meeting she said I know a lot.  Yes, for 15 years this has been is my job and vocation. Then I realized that so much of my experience is the time I have spent pet sitting for my clients. I have learned so much from my clients. It has …

Security is an Integral Part of Cat Sitting

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Today I meet some ladies who reminded me how important the security I provide my clients is. I told them about a cat sit I just went on to find the garage door wide open. It had been open for at least 24 hours, since my clients had left the day before. The door to the yard was locked but …

Where to put your cat’s food and water. 

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If your first guess is next to the litter box, you guessed wrong. Us humans have a tendency to think like a human, what a surprise. When we have cats in our lives we need to think like a cat when we decide the placement of the litter boxes and food and water.  I don’t eat in my bathroom and …

Q. My cat continues to scratch on furniture and carpets. He has plenty of scratching posts around the house. Please help!

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thank you internet for the pic. Answered ByDANA KOCH, VMD, MLAS from Pet MD Scratching is a natural behavior in cats that can be frequently frustrating for pet owners who want to keep their furniture from being shredded on a constant basis. The texture of furniture and carpet is very appealing to cats and this why they frequently choose to …

June 08th, 2015

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With three geriatric cats in our home, I forget this.  >^..^< I had to share this on Pampurred Pet Care’s facebook too. facebook.com/pampurredpetcareI post on facebook daily, stop by, like my page and make a comment!