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Trimming hair between cats paws!

It is essential that you always keep track on checking your cats paws! A The fur between paws provides a measure of defense against minor skin trauma such as insect bites, cuts from brush that covers the ground and contact exposure to irritating substances. Trimming the hair between your cats paws is important because if the hair got too long it will be very dangerous for them, since they might slip while running or jumping around!

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A video clip is linked below to show you how to trim the hair on cats paws!

How to Trim Hair on Cats Between the Pads : Cat Health Care & Behavior

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Healthy Food Recipes online for your cat!

Tired of buying unhealthy can foods for your cat? Why don’t you try making your own healthy cat food?

For cats, it is very important that they should keep a healthy diet, maintaining their protein and balancing their nutritions are a key for their weight and health. Here are some recipes for cats that I have found:

Tasty Fish Entrees

Cats love the flavor of fish, so they’ll enjoy these entrees.

Mackerel Recipe

If you’ve never made a homemade meal for your cat, this is a great recipe to start out with.

Ingredients

  • mackerel cat food

    1 cup canned mackerel

  • 1 tablespoon sunflower seed oil
  • 1 tablespoon organic, brown rice, cooked
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons of chicken or beef broth, or water

Directions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor.
  2. Pulse until blended.
  3. Serve immediately and refrigerate leftovers up to three days.

Sardine Cat Food Recipe

Cats love the smell of sardines, but they like the flavor even better. Don’t count on leftovers when you serve this dinner!

Ingredients

  • 1 can sardines in oil
  • 2 tablespoons of cooked carrot, mashed
  • 1/3 cup cooked oatmeal

Directions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl.
  2. Mash ingredients together and serve.
  3. Store leftovers in the refrigerator, and discard after three days.

Trout Dinner

When Kitty deserves something special, treat him to this tasty trout dinner!

Ingredients

  • trout cat food

    1 cup cooked trout

  • 1 cooked egg yolk
  • 1 tablespoon steamed broccoli, chopped small
  • 2 tablespoons sunflower oil

Directions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor.
  2. Pulse until blended and serve.
  3. Store in the refrigerator up to three days.

Salmon Dinner

Salmon is a wonderful source of healthy fish oil, and it’s tasty too. This recipe just might become one of your pet’s favorites.

Ingredients

  • salmon cat food

    1 can salmon

  • 1 tablespoon cooked broccoli, mashed
  • 1/4 cup whole wheat bread crumbs
  • 1 teaspoon brewer’s yeast

Directions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl.
  2. Stir together and serve.
  3. Keep any leftovers refrigerated, and discard after three days.

Recipes for Other Entrees

Other proteins and ingredients also make a great main ingredient for cat foods.

Chicken Dinner

Many cats will choose chicken over other meats. This recipe is simple, and cats love it!

Ingredients

  • chicken cat food

    1 cup of cooked chicken (may be broiled or baked)

  • 1/4 cup of steamed broccoli, mashed
  • 1/4 cup of steamed carrots, mashed
  • Chicken broth

Directions

  1. Place ingredients in a food processor with several tablespoons of chicken broth.
  2. Puree or crumble the ingredients until it begins to resemble pate cat food. Add broth, as needed, to make the mixture smooth, but not soupy.
  3. Let the food cool to room temperature before serving.

Beef Dinner

If your favorite feline loves beef, this dish is sure to please!

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of ground beef
  • 1/2 cup of steamed brown rice
  • 6 tablespoons of minced alfalfa sprouts
  • 3/4 cup of small curd cottage cheese

Directions

  1. Brown and drain the ground beef in a frying pan and then cool completely.
  2. In a medium-sized bowl, mix all four ingredients together and serve.
  3. Refrigerate leftovers up to three days.

Chicken and Tuna Dinner

Chicken and tuna often prove to be an irresistible combination. If your cat is acting finicky about his food, this dinner might encourage his appetite.

Ingredients

  • chicken and tuna cat food

    1/2 cup cooked chicken

  • 1 can tuna in oil
  • 1 tablespoon cooked carrot, mashed
  • 2 tablespoons brown rice

Directions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor
  2. Pulse until blended and serve.
  3. Refrigerate leftovers, and discard after three days.

Cat Salad

Many cats like greens, but indoor cats usually don’t have access to the grass they crave. This special treat should satisfy your cat’s craving for something green.

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup grated zucchini
  • 1/2 cup chopped alfalfa sprouts
  • 1/8 cup chicken or fish stock
  • 1/8 teaspoon of minced catnip for garnish

Directions

  1. Combine the first three ingredients in a bowl and toss.
  2. Serve sprinkled with the minced catnip on top.
  3. Leftovers can be stored in a covered container in a refrigerator for up to three days.

I found these recipes very useful and my master really likes the food too! try making food for your cats as see if they like it as well!

Recipe from:  http://cats.lovetoknow.com/Homemade_Cat_Food_Recipe

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Sunny Day! Training my cat to walk on a leash!…. it failed…..

Recently, Momo got really curious and really like to look outside the window to see whats happening everyday.  He loves to yell beside the window and watch birds fly around. So I’ve decided to let him feel the outer world.

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I’ve got a cat leash, and wanting to train him to walk on a leash. However, he dosen’t seem to like it that much. Once we put on his leash he just sat down and stops moving.

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Drink More Water !

All servants should know that its is super hard for your maters to drink water!

I recently read some articles and blogs about cats and realized that it is very important that we should keep our master hydrated. I found a blog post online by Hills pet Nutrition that is really useful that for all cat lovers should notice!

Just like humans, about two-thirds of a cat’s body is made up of water. Cats need a healthy amount of water to survive and to maintain their health. When living in the wild, they obtain water from the moisture content in their food. This includes prey like insects, birds, and rodents, which also contain a high water content. Your domestic cat has a very different diet, and gets her water delivered in a bowl or through wet food.

Dehydration

Because cats can concentrate their urine, they can survive on smaller quantities of water than other animals. But they also have a low thirst drive, which means that they don’t feel the need to drink water very often. If your cat is dehydrated, you may not know it until she develops a problem. Dehydration can lead to cat bladder problems and urinary diseases, including kidney disease and feline lower urinary tract disease. Other common conditions from dehydration are bladder inflammation (cystitis), tumors, ruptured bladder, and stones. Bladder stones can lead to life-threatening urethral blockages, particularly in male cats.

There are a few ways you can tell if your cat is dehydrated. One of the best tests is to pinch your cat’s skin and gently pull upward. If her skin does not return to its normal position quickly, she is probably dehydrated. Also pay attention to signs of panting, depression, lack of appetite, sunken eyes, dry mouth, increased lethargy, and increased heart rate.

Encouraging your cat to drink water

The amount of water your cat needs to drink varies depending on her size, activity level, health, and diet, but ranges from 5 to 10 fluid ounces per day. If you have trouble trying to get your cat to drink water, there are a few ways to encourage her.

Location is essential. Put a few water bowls around the house, in areas with low foot traffic. Water bowls should also not be placed anywhere near her litter box. This could make her uncomfortable and cause her to stop eating, drinking, and using her litter box. She may not even like having her food and water bowls near each other.

Some cats are really particular about drinking water. Your cat may like cold water better, so drop a couple ice cubes in the bowl. On the other hand, she may not even like her bowl. If she has a tendency to tip it over, switch to a wider one with a rubber base. She may not like the taste of her water either, so if you have a plastic bowl, you may want to switch it to a metal, ceramic, or glass bowl. You should also replace your cat’s water daily in an effort to keep the water from tasting stale.

Even pickier cats won’t use a bowl at all, and would rather drink straight from your tap. In the wild, cats will usually only drink moving water, as they have learned that this helps prevent them from getting sick. So, if you see your continually tipping over her water dish and drinking the water as it spills across the floor, she’s probably not doing this to spite you, but rather she’s more comfortable drinking moving water. There are a number of ways to provide your cat with moving water without all the cleanup of a spilled water bowl. Consider motion-censored cat water fountains that constantly circulate the water, or allow her to drink from the tap or a running bath faucet–just remember to keep the water at a cool temperature.

You can also add more moisture to your cat’s diet. Canned food has a much higher moisture content than dry food. If she prefers dry food, you can try adding water to her kibble. If you add a small amount of water gradually through meals, she’s more likely to get used to the texture. A combination of dry food and canned food is also an option.

Whichever method you choose, it is important to encourage your cat to drink water. While many may think milk is a good substitute, it is only a myth, and can even cause digestive problems with your cat. Getting your cat to drink water is just as important as feeding her a proper nutrition. If you think that your cat might be dehydrated, talk to your veterinarian.

  Since I found out that MoMo hasn’t been drinking so much water then he used to when he was young. I am really concerned about his health therefore I went online and searched for some creative and fun ways for him to drink more water!

Watch the video down below and see if it helps!

A fun and cool way for our maters to drink more water!

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I’M Officially 1 !

Good News!

I am finally one years old!

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I’ve decided to make a small party for my master, I haven’t been giving him treats more then a week already. He was kind of angry at me for the past weekend but when he see his birthday treat he was super excited.

Today’s menu:

Salmon 

Salmon is considered as a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, protein and many essential vitamins for both humans and pets. It is a great source of intake for especially cats.

However, MoMo doesn’t seem to really like the dinner tonight cause it was kind of hard for him to chew (since its too hard).

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How To Be a Good Servant ! ( 5 Simple Tips)

Being a good servant isn’t a easy thing.

Heres are some personal TIP’S on how to become a good servant.

1. DO NOT BE TO CLINGY !  

Being clingy to your master could make them feel stressful so they would keep a distance from you.

2. DO NOT TOUCH ME !

Its always to good to pat your master but when they starts to bite you or breath loudly that is a sign from them saying that DO NOT TOUCH ME! if not i’ll get mad.

3. WHEN THEY BRING YOU THEIR TOY’S !

4. WHEN THEY RUN AROUND !

They need your LOVE !

 When they bring you their toys that means that they want to get your attention and also want you to play with them!

5. WHEN THEY COME SCREAMING BY YOUR DOOR !

MEOW MEOW MEOW!

This is another sign for you all slaves out there! Your little baby is wanting your attention!  So if they come by your door please do play or give them a hug cause they are trying to be cute so you will give them some attention!