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    Coco and the Hairball Episode

    It was just last Thursday, during the International Cat Day, that I introduced to you my four (4) cats. One of which is Coco, the Persian-Siamese cat. Today, he had his first hairball episode. Well, it was actually mine as well. I have cats long before but it was my first time to see a cat struggled with a hairball. I got pretty much worried because I thought Coco was choking himself to death. It was only then it stopped when a hairball finally got out of his mouth. After experiencing the hairball episode, I searched about hairballs and how to prevent them (and spent an hour watching videos about…

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    Today is International Cat Day

    Ever since I was a child, I grew up having pets. I can clearly remember that my first pet was a dog and then when I got older, we started having cats. Then just recently, specifically last year, I started adopting cats. The first cat that I took in last year was Coco, a Siamese half Persian cat. I was told he was dark brown in color so I pre-named him Coco (chocolate) but when I saw him for the first time, I noticed that he was only brown when there’s a bright light. But most of the time, he is visibly black. Now, a year older, he is becoming…

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    Animals

    5 Reasons to Invest in Premium Food for Dogs

    A trend in the last couple of years, purchasing premium food for dogs has pet owners all curious as to the accompanying benefits. The idea remains to buy costly foods than you’re used to over the regular kind owing to associated perks which save you money and improve your dog’s well-being. Before understanding the importance of investing in premium foods, let’s know the difference between regular and premium foods like Acana dog food. It’s all down to ingredients. 1. Ingredients As earlier mentioned, ingredients are the main difference perk of selected dog food. While a good number of pet foods contain the minimum nutritional standards and accomplish this by way…

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    A Mother’s Guide to Pet Home Care

    Mothers are busy women. Right from changing nappies of their young ones to monitoring their children’s education, mothers usually take care of everything at home. And when they have pets at home, the responsibilities just never seem to end. So what should you, as a mother do, to maintain your pets well while doing the regular motherly tasks? Here’s a quick guide. Read on… Keep Your Pets Indoor One of the most vital tips is not to have your pet on one corner of the house and your children on the other corner. It would save you from excess of juggling from here and there and provide you with a…