How to Spot the Signs of Cat Abuse | Abused Cats Behavior

When you picture abuse, it probably involves primarily physical violence. However, abuse can take many forms, and not all of them have obvious physical signs. In order to spot cat abuse, you must make sure that you can identify the signs of cat abuse, and that you understand the different kinds of abuse that are possible.

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Top 10 Weird CAT BEHAVIORS Explained

Welcome to Top10Archive! Anybody that’s browsed the internet long enough can attest that cats can be some purr-ty strange creatures. In an effort to get to know our feline friends a litter better, we sunk our claws into some of their pawsitively odd behaviors and threw our findings into this cat-astrophic installment!

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10. Some Alone Time
9. Cat-tention
8. The Kitty Sprint
7. Everything is Food
6. Unwanted Gifts
5. Kitty Headbutt!
4. Kitty Kisses
3. Cat Chat Fever
2. Cat Mischief
1. Box Love

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Published: 2016-12-02 07:36:49
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You will LAUGH SO HARD that YOU WILL FAINT – FUNNY CAT compilation

Well well well, cats for you again. But this time, even better, even funnier, even more hilarious! We know you like these furries the most, so that’s why we keep making such compilations 🙂 Just look how all these cats and kittens behave, play, fail, make funny sounds, react to different things,… So ridiculous, funny and cute Let’s laugh together and make our day better by watching these awesome kitties 🙂 What is your favorite clip? 🙂 Hope you like our compilation, please share it and SUBSCRIBE! Watch also our other videos!

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Published: 2017-10-06 18:08:57
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How To Treat Vision Problems In Senior Cats

Vision problems are common in senior cats. However, there are plenty of steps you and your cat’s vet can take to keep your older cat happy and healthy. Check your cat’s eyes every one to two weeks. Look for cloudiness, enlargement, redness, or discharges. Take note if it paws or scratches at its eyes or if it seems to wander aimlessly or bumps into objects. Bring it to the vet at the first sign of problems, and have it examined annually. If your cat is losing its vision or blind, keep it inside, avoid switching around your furniture, and make sure it can easily access its food, water, toys, and litter box.

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How to Protect Your Cat’s Eyes | Cat Eye Protection

While somewhat rare, cats can develop a variety of eye problems that may potentially threaten their vision or overall health. Outdoor cats, especially, are susceptible to a number of eye problems. However, by taking steps to prevent eye problems, watching for eye problems, and treating certain eye issues, you’ll be better able to protect your cat’s eyes.

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How To Diagnose Keratitis In Cats

Keratitis is a common condition that affects the cornea of a cat’s eye. There are a number of conditions that can trigger keratitis, but the most important thing for an owner is to recognize that the cat has an eye problem and seek the opinion of a veterinarian. Learn how to diagnose keratitis so you can get your cat prompt medical care.

Nonulcerative keratitis is any inflammation of the cornea that does not retain fluorescein stain, a dye that is used to identify ulcers of the cornea. Herpesvirus in cats can affect cats of all ages and can lead to inflammation of the cornea.

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