Principles of nutrition for sterilized cats and neutered cats
What should be the nutrition of neutered and sterilized cats and cats? The answer to this question is simple: the diet should meet the needs of the pet and its…

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Caring for a cat after surgery
Unfortunately, often, instead of reliable facts, the owners learn frightening myths that may prevent them from properly caring for animals. But there are fundamental facts that cannot be neglected. Fact…

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Ticks and fungi in cats
Among the tormentors of animals are intradermal parasites, representatives of the arachnid class. They cause itchy scabies (sarcoptosis, notoedrosis), ear scabies (otodecosis), and iron gland (demodicosis). Sarcoptosis The skin disease…

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Ticks and fungi in cats

Among the tormentors of animals are intradermal parasites, representatives of the arachnid class. They cause itchy scabies (sarcoptosis, notoedrosis), ear scabies (otodecosis), and iron gland (demodicosis).

Sarcoptosis
The skin disease of dogs, the causative agent of which is a tick – canine itch. Parasitic on the scalp and other parts of the body. Continue reading

Kitten weaning from mother
Excommunication from the mother is the transfer of the kitten to independent feeding and adaptation to life without a mother cat. The most favorable for this is the age of…

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Kitten upbringing
Kitten upbringing should be practiced from a very early age and throughout life. Let's look at the highlights of this challenging process. Punishment It is important to understand that short-term…

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Castration, sterilization, care after surgery
First, let's look at the terminology. Castration is the removal of reproductive organs. At males at the same time testicles (testicles) are removed and at females removal of a uterus…

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Breeding cats
“And today our cat gave birth to kittens yesterday. Kittens have grown a little bit, but they don’t want to eat from a saucer. ” Remember these children's poems? Yes,…

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