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Category: Cats

Cats | June 21, 2018

5 Cat Breeds that Stay Small

If the internet can confirm anything, it’s this: we’re a sucker for our cats. Big cats, small cats, cats in bags, cats in costumes, cats with strange meows, you name […]

Cats | April 11, 2018

How to Decrease Hairballs

It’s no secret that hairballs are the bane of every cat and cat-owner, but they’re more than just an inconvenience. Hairballs are such an issue that they have their own […]

Cats | March 15, 2018

What To Do When Your Cat Quits Eating

  When it comes to eating, cats can certainly have a flair for the dramatic. Whether it’s insistently voicing their concern that it’s five minutes past meal time and their […]

Cats | March 1, 2018

Meet Coco – the Havanese

MEET COCO. Coco the Havanese. Coco is the beloved puppy of our Vice President of Marketing on the 21st Century Animal Healthcare team, Colin. Coco will live in both Arizona and […]

Cats | February 26, 2018

CRITTER CHATTER: Preparing for Spring

“When its springtime in Alaska, [it’s forty below]” Johnny Cash, Orange Blossom Special The fragrance of blossoming flowers and fresh grass is slowly permeating our senses – unless you live […]

Cats | February 23, 2018

5 Tips to Help Your Pet Get Ready for Spring

Spring conjures up thoughts of warmer weather, deep house cleaning, green grass, and blossoming plants. It’s a welcome reprieve for those of us who are ready to pack away our […]

Cats | February 20, 2018

15 Ways to Show Your Pet You Love Them

You probably hear this all of the time, “My pet loves me unconditionally!” Well, today is Love Your Pet Day! Take this opportunity to show your pet that you care […]

Cats | February 13, 2018

5 Reasons to Spay or Neuter Your Pet

When to have a dog or cat spayed or neutered is a subject of debate in the veterinary and rescue fields, but all tend to agree that it is a […]

Cats | February 8, 2018

8 Pet Travel Safety Tips

Do the dropping temperatures have you fantasizing about warmer destinations? Planning a road trip is a great way to beat the wintertime blues— but don’t forget about your four-legged family members!