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If You Love Your Cat,
Keep It Indoors Because :

Cars kill millions of cats each year.

Outdoor cats are exposed to serious and often fatal infectious diseases such as feline leukemia and rabies.

Parasites such as fleas, ticks and intestinal worms pose a health threat to your cat. Some of these can be transmitted to humans.

Cats outdoors are often chased by dogs or other cats, and killed, injured or hopelessly lost.

Cats are often shot at, poisoned, trapped or tortured by neighbors annoyed by cats using their gardens as a litterbox or hunting birds and other small animals.

Coyotes, great-horned owls and other wild animals are known to regularly kill and eat house cats.

Cats that spend time outdoors require more medical treatment and their lifespan is much shorter.

Why Neutering And Spaying Are So Important

If Bạn có two breeding cats, and they have 2 litters a year and those kitties have two litters a year each, do you know that in 10 years, there will be over 80,000,000 cats?

And now that you know this, how many do you think find a good home, let alone a home at all?

(Hint: Not many....)

If an excuse of "I can't afford to get my cat fixed" comes to mind, that just isn't acceptable. Lots of animal clinics can do the altering for a minimal charge, and all Bạn có to do is ASK!

There are even health benefits to altering: Spaying a female Giúp Đỡs to prevent mammary tumors (and pregnancy as well...). Plus, spaying stops the rolling and howling that females do when they are in heat, which can be annoying!

Neutering a male h3lps in the prevention of testicular cancer(and of course, unwanted litters). Neutering also prevents spraying (phew! yuck!) and the desire to roam.

Some people say they have found homes for their cats' litters. That may sound great, but for every kitten born, about 5 die in a shelter. That kitten who died could have found a home with that very someone who decided to get one of their friend's litter instead of saving the kitten from the shelter. That poor kitten didn't have a chance in the world.

Some Cat Behavior Problems

Clawing Furniture

(Reason: Natural instinct to sharpen and keep claws sharp.)


1. Buy or make a scratching post and encourage your cat to use the post by spraying/rubbing catnip on it and/or by taking your cat's arms and rubbing its claws on the post.
2. Spay animal repellent on the areas the cat scratches.
3. Use a loud noise, such as a handclap, when your cat scratches on the furniture. This will alarm the cat and make him/her stop. Next take the cat to his/her post and rub his/her claws along it.
4. Squirt the cat with water when the animal scratches on something it is not supposed to.
5. Place double faced tape on the area being clawed to discourage the cat from scratching. You can remove tape when cat has learned to avoid the area.

Refusal To Use Litterbox

(Reasons: Cat doesn't like type of litter; Many litters have strong deodorants which some cats don't like; Many cats don't like the green litter; Litterbox is not clean enough; Cat doesn't like location of box; More than one cat uses litterbox.)


1. Try changing the brand of litter.
2. Change the litter every other day; remove droppings daily.
3. Keep litterbox away from food and water bowls, in an accessible area. Don't move it around.
4. bạn có thể need more than one litterbox if y0u hav3 more than one cat.
5. Y0u can need to confine the cat in a small room until he or she consistently uses the box.
6. Continuing problems with litter box use may indicate a health problem. Consult your vet for a thorough exam for your cat.

Eating Houseplants

(Reason: Cats naturally like greens.)


1. Plant a special garden in a low, wide pot for your cat. You can grow catnip and plant birdseed. Supplies can be found in a pet store.
2. Try a loud handclap or a squirt of water from a squirt bottle when you catch you cat nibbling; then, place your cat in from of his/her own garden.
3. Try spraying the plant(s) with animal repellent or perfume.


(Reasons: Occurs typically in male cats, some female cats; Natural instinct to mark territory.)


1. Have your male cat neutered; you will have best results at curbing spraying if neutering is done at seven months of age.
2. There is a hormonal treatment available. Ask your vet about this.
3. Ask your vet for other medical possibilities.

Claws Are Important To A Cat

A cat's remarkable grace and agility, its faultless sense of balance, are, to a great extent, due to its retractable claws, which allow it to establish footing for walking, running, springing, climbing, or stretching. A cat's claws are also its best defense mechanism.

The Need To Scratch

The outer part of a cat's claws regularly becomes frayed. When a cat scratches, it pulls off the outer part and exposes sharp, smooth claws. Scratching is also a way of fulfilling the cat's strong instinctive need to mark its territory. Not only does a cat mark an object visibly by scratching it, but the scratching deposits secretions from glands in the feet that can be smelled by other cats. Scratching may also serve psychological and physiological needs by providing comfort and expression in kneading, and allowing valuable stretching and foot-muscle exercise.

The Declawing Operation

The standard declawing procedure calls for the removal of the claw, the cells at the base responsible for the growth, and part or all of the terminal bone of the toe. The operation is usually performed on the front feet. It is actually an amputation comparable to the removal of the fingers of the human hand at the last knuckle. The cat experiences considerable pain in the recovery and healing process.

Medical Risks

In addition to the need for general anesthesia, which always presents a certain degree of risk to the patient's health and life, infection and blood loss are possible surgical complications of declawing. An incorrectly positioned cut can remove too much of the toe, taking with it part or all of the toe's pad. But if the whole claw is not removed, misshapen claws can grow Trở lại, requiring additional surgery. If a cat's nail is brittle or the trimmer is dull, the bone may shatter and cause what is called a sequestrum, which serves as a focus for infection, causing continuous drainage from the toe. This necessitates a second anesthesia and surgery. Abnormal growth of severed nerve ends can also occur, causing long-term, painful sensations in the toes. Great care must be taken after surgery that bandages wrapped tightly to control bleeding do not cut off circulation.

Behavioral Risks

Although n0 definitive studies have been conducted on the effects of declawing, owners and veterinarians have noticed personality changes in some declawed cats. Formerly lively, friendly animals have become withdrawn and introverted. Others, deprived of their primary form of defense, become nervous, fearful, and/or aggressive, often using their only remaining defense, their teeth. The constant state of stress caused by a feeling of defenselessness may make some declawed cats more prone to disease. Some cats stop using their litter pan; this may be associated to the discomfort of scratching in the litter after the surgery.

Safety Risks

A declawed cat must never be allowed outdoors; its ability to defend itself or escape from danger has been seriously impaired. Even indoors, a cat without claws faces dangers. One physical effect of declawing is a gradual weakening of the muscles of the legs, shoulders, and Trở lại; balance is impaired. This, combined with the fact that despite its grace, a cat's surefootedness depends on its ability to grasp quickly with its claws, means that a declawed animal can easily be injured in a fall.

Instead Of Declawing

Introduce A Scratching Post

Buy or make a scratching post that's tall enough so the cat can stretch completely when scratching, and stable enough so it won't wobble when being used. It should be covered with a heavy, rough fiber like the Trở lại side of carpeting. Place the post in an accessible area. If you're trying to discourage the cat from scratching a particular piece of furniture, try placing the post in front of the cat, gradually moving the post aside as the cat begins to use it regularly.

Train with a dual approach: discourage the cat from clawing the wrong things, encourage the cat to claw the right things. If the cat begins to scratch the furniture, call it by name, firmly telling it "NO," and move it to the scratching post. Put its front legs up on the post and make scratching motions with them. Or keep a squirt gun filled with plain water handy and squirt the cat on the Trở lại when it claws the furniture. Each time you bring it to the post or it goes on its own, praise your cat, pet it, and spend a minute playing at the post. Try rubbing the post with catnip; make it a fun place to be. At the same time, the favorite furniture scratching area can be made less attractive by attaching tape that is sticky on both sides or a piece of cotton scented with bath oil to the furniture.

Keep The Cat's Nails Trimmed

Cutting the nails regularly may h3lp keep a cat from scratching the furniture, or at least reduce the damage done by its scratching. Get your kitten used to having its nails clipped while it is young. With an older cat, it may Giúp Đỡ to begin by handling the cat's feet under pleasurable circumstances. Then begin to introduce the clipping procedure by approaching the cat while its relaxed or even napping and clip only one nail per session. Praise your cat while you clip the nail and reward it with a treat.

If you're in doubt about what the proper nail length looks like, have your veterinarian trim the nails once. The only equipment necessary is a good pair of nail clippers and a nail file or emery board to gently round off any rough edges. Never use scissors, since they can tear the nail.

Hold the clippers perpendicular to the nail you will be trimming and slide the blade onto the nail. Before cutting, look for the pink "quick" that runs down the center of the nail. The clipper blade should be placed about an eight of an inch forward of the quick, and the nail clipped with one smooth squeezing action of the clippers. Be extremely careful not to cut into the quick. If this happens, the cat will experience pain, and bleeding is likely. The bleeding may stop without assistance, or bạn có thể need to hold a soft cloth on the nail or apply a little styptic powder. If you trim a small amount of nail on a regular basis, the quick will actually tend to recede.

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Does Your Cat Own You?

Do you select your friends based on how well your cats like them?

Does your desire to collect cats intensify during times of stress?

Do you buy more than 50 pounds of cat litter a month?

Do you scoop out the litter box after each use? Do you wait at the box with the scoop in your hand?

Do you think it's cute when your cat swings on the drapes or licks the butter?

Do you admit to non-cat owners how many cats you really have?

Do you sleep in the same position all night because it annoys your cats when you move?

Do you kiss your cat on the lips?

Do you feed your cat tidbits from the table with your spoon?

Does your cat sit at the table (or ON the table) when you eat?

Does your cat sleep on your head? Do you like it?

Do you have more than four opened, but rejected cans of cat food in the refrigerator?

Do you watch bad TV because the cat is sleeping on the remote?

Did you buy a video tape of fish swimming in an aquarium to entertain your cat?

Will you stand at the open door indefinitely in the freezing rain while your cat sniffs the door, deciding whether to go out or come in?

Would you rather spend a night at home with your cat, than go out on a bad date?

Do you give your cat presents and a stocking at Christmas? Do you spend more for your cat than you do for your spouse?

Do the Christmas cards you send out feature your cat sitting on Santa's lap? Does your cat sign the card?

Do you put off making the bed until the cat gets up?

Does your cat eat out of cut crystal stemware because you both watched the same commercial on television?

Do you microwave your cat's food? Prepare it from scratch?

Do you climb out of bed over the headboard or footboard, so you won't disturb the sleeping cat?

When you are preparing to leave for the day, do you seek out each cat and inform them of your anticipated return time?

Do you sleep with no pillow under your head, because the cat wants to sleep on it?

Do you stand at the computer because the cat is sleeping on the chair?

Do you you make sure there's plenty of kitty litter in the house, even though you may run out of toilet paper?

At the store, do you pick out the cat food before you pick out anything for yourself?

Do you go to sleep sitting up in bed because you were reading and the cat is curled up on your lap asleep?

Does it always take you longer than expected to read a magazine, because the cat keeps curling up on it while you're reading?

Do you frequently leave your dresser drawer open when you leave for the day, because the cat jumped into one of them and is asleep in one of the drawers?

Is the only comb you can find in the bathroom a flea comb?

Do you cook a special turkey for your cat on holidays?

Does your cat "insist" on a fancy Sunday breakfast consisting of an omelette made from eggs, milk, and salmon, halibut, or trout?

Do you have pictures of your cat in your wallet? Do you bring them out when your friends share pictures of their children? (Pollsters claim that 40 percent of cat owners carry their pet's pictures in their wallets, by the way.)

When people call to talk to you on the phone, do you insist that they say a few words to your cat as well?

Do you accept dates only with those who have a cat? If so, do you eventually double-date with the cats to see how they get along?

When someone new comes to your house, do you introduce your cat, by name, to them?

Do you keep old, empty pizza boxes on the counter instead of throwing them away, because the cat likes to sleep in it?

If any of the above apply.....well then.....your hooked!

50 Reasons To Ditch Your Boyfriend And Get A Cat

Cats clean themselves everyday.

A cat matures as it grows older.

Cats rarely miss the litter box.

Cats don't hog the covers in bed.

Cats are inexpensive.

Cats listen to your problems without interrupting.

Cats eat out of one bowl, and don't leave lots of dishes around the house.

Cats leave very few whiskers in the sink.

Cats comfort you when you are sick.

Cats don't leave the toilet seat up.

At least, when they sleep all day, they don't take up the whole couch.

Cats won't crush your legs when they sit on your lap.

Cats keep your ears warm at night.

Unlike a man, a cat can fend for itself.

Cats do not drink beer.

If a cat gets lost, at least it has a tag on it to tell whoever finds it where it lives.

A cat is loyal.

There's a better chance of finding a cat that is willing to read a book that doesn't have any pictures.

Cats always greet you when you get home.

A cat's idea of a good time is a game of string and a good belly rub.

Cats don't come with in-laws.

A cat won't steal anything but your glasses, your golf balls, and your heart.

Cats drink less and snuggle more.

Each of a cat's nine lives is worthwhile.

A cat can't write a check.

Cats can entertain themselves.

Cats are more attractive when they run around naked.

Cats like to watch "ER" more than a football game.

You can have an intelligent conversation with a cat.

Cats only scratch themselves because of fleas.

Cats actually think with their heads.

"Meow" is never a lie.

Cats are more likely to be up to date on their shots.

They will both stand outside your door and whine indefinitely, but a cat will stop if you let it in.

Cats will never use up the last of your shampoo, and then complain that it was the wrong kind.

Cats seldom go bald with age.

If a cat fixes your car's brakes, it will do it correctly.

If cats don't know how to do something, they are more likely to admit it.

A cat might bring you household vermin as a present, but never "sexy lingerie".

Most cats don't like to drive, so you don't have to worry about them crashing your car.

Cats won't leave you waiting by the phone.

To buy a fancy dinner for a cat, you only need to spend 53 cents.

A cat's friend is more likely to be less annoying.

Cats won't leave a ring in your bathtub.

Cats can't say "I love you" without meaning it.

Cats are ALWAYS cute.

The only things cats expect you to "put out" are food, water, and a clean litter box.

When you leave a cat alone in the house, you know it won't invite friends over for beer and pretzels.

Cats know what kindness is.

And last but certainly not least:

Men are sometimes pigs or asses, but cats are always cats

Things You Can Learn From Your Cat

Make the world your playground.

Whenever you miss the sandbox, cover it up. Dragging a sock over it helps.

If you can't get your way, lay across the keyboard till you do.

When you are hungry, meow loudly so they feed you just to shut you up.

Always find a good patch of sun to nap in.

Nap often.

When in trouble, just purr and look cute.

Life is hard, and then you nap.

Curiosity never killed anything except maybe a few hours.

When in doubt, cop an attitude.

Variety is the spice of life. One day, ignore people; the next day, annoy them.

Climb your way to the top, that's why the curtains are there.

Make your mark in the world, or at least spray in each corner.

Always give generously; a bird or rodent left on the bed tells them, "I care".

When you have something important to say, try to say it in the dead of night when you're *sure* everyone's sleeping. There's no better way to get the attention you deserve.

Rules Of Etiquette For Inexperienced Cats

If you have to throw up, get into a chair quickly. If you cannot manage this in time, get to an Oriental rug. Shag is good.

Determine which guest hates cats. Sit on that lap during the evening. They won't dare push you off and will even call you "nice kitty." If you can arrange to have cat food on your breath, so much the better.

For sitting on laps or rubbing against trouser legs, select colors which contrast with your own.

Always accompany guests to the bathroom. It is not necessary to do anything. Just sit and stare.

For guests who say, "I love kitties," be ready with aloof disdain, claws applied to stockings or a quick nip on the ankles.

Do not allow closed doors in any room. To get one open, stand on hind legs and hammer with forepaws. Once the door is opened for you, it is not necessary to use it. You can change your mind. When you have ordered an outside door opened, stand half in and half out and think about several things. This is particularly important during very cold weather or mosquito season.

If one person is busy and the other is idle, sit with the busy one. For book readers, get in close under the chin, unless you can lie across the book itself. For ladies knitting, curl quietly into lap and pretend to doze. Then reach out and slap knitting needles sharply. This is what she calls a dropped stitch. She will try to distract you. Ignore it. For people doing homework, sit on the paper being worked on. After being removed for the second time, push anything movable off the table -- pens, pencils, stamps -- one at a time.

When it becomes time to dislodge a fur ball, choose the dining room at dinner time.

When your owner returns home laden with packages, fall down in front of them -- this works best on steps, all the better if the individual is proceeding downward. There is always the chance you may get stepped on, but this usually guarantees a fall and if you milk the guilt that follows it is usually worth it.

Should you run into a closed sliding glass door or do anything stupid, never let on as much and go about your business as if "I meant to do that.".

If you allow a dog to share your domain you are in luck. Should you tatter the drapes or destroy anything for which you fear retribution, wait until your owner is nearby, slap the dog and run for it. Dogs are stupid and will accept blame for anything. If this ruse should fail simply run and hide. No one really expects to catch a cat.

Chase, frolic, and run from invisible entities. The why doesn't matter, it is just expected.

Get enough sleep during the daytime so that you are fresh for playing at night between 2 and 4 a.m.

Final Note: ALWAYS walk ON the keyboard!

How To Give Your Cat A Pill

Grasp cat firmly in your arms. Cradle its head on your elbow, just as if you were giving baby a bottle. Coo confidently, "That's a nice kitty.". Drop pill into its mouth.

Retrieve cat from top of lamp, and pill from under sofa.

Follow same procedure as in 1, but hold cat's front paws down with left hand and back paws down with elbow of right arm. Poke pill into its mouth with right forefinger.

Retrieve cat from under bed. Get new pill from bottle. (Resist impulse to get new cat.)

Again proceed as in 1, except when you have cat firmly cradled in bottle-feeding position, sit down on edge of chair, fold your torso over cat, bring your right hand over your left elbow, open cat's mouth by lifting the upper jaw and pop the pill in - quickly. Since your head is down by your knees, you won't be able to see what you're doing. That's just as well.

Leave cat hanging on drapes. Leave pill in your hair.

If you're a woman, have a good cry. If you're a man, have a good cry.

Now pull yourself together. Who's the boss here anyway? Retrieve cat and pill. Assuming position 1, say sternly, "Who's the boss here, anyway?" Open cat's mouth, take pill and...Oooops!

This isn't working, is it? Collapse and think. Aha! Those flashing claws are causing the chaos.

Crawl to linen closet. Drag back large beach towel. Spread towel on floor.

Retrieve cat from kitchen counter, and pill from potted plant.

Spread cat on towel near one end, with its head over long edge.

Flatten cat's front and back legs over its stomach. (Resist impulse to flatten cat.)

Roll cat in towel. Work fast; time and tabbies wait for no man-or woman.

Resume position 1. Rotate your left hand to cat's head. Press its mouth at the jaw hinges like opening the petals of a snapdragon.

Drop pill into cat's mouth and poke gently. Voila! It's done.

Vacuum up loose fur (cat's). Apply bandages to wounds (yours).

Take two aspirins and lie down.

(Sheesh, If you only would have asked me nicely!!)

Cat Kisses

Sandpaper kisses
on a cheek or a chin-
that is the way
for a day to begin!

Sandpaper kisses-
a cuddle and a purr.
I have an alarm clock
that's covered in fur!

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so long and I can't know what you posted!
Anh Tân rănh quá, post một bài quá dài mà ít có người hiểu, em chả hiểu làm sao về áp dụng với bé Ngao nhà em?

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Cái này dành cho những ai xem thú cưng của ḿnh như người iu, thậm chí nó c̣n hơn bản thân của ḿnh nữa cơ. Có thể mấy cái này khó có ai làm được (Nếu hĩu hết !)

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Trời, bộ ngừơi anh yêu là mèo à? Tội chưa, người ta nhiều thế ko quen đi yêu một con mèo?!! Nhà anh có mấy con? Nhà em có bé Ngao, nó đang mang thai. Em cưng nó lắm nhưng ko hơn bản thân ḿnh đâu! ^^

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Có thể nói người Anh thương là mèo, hoặc có thể là không phải !
Nhưng nói chung người Anh thương không thương Anh !
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