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Nature's Variety Instinct Chicken gives my cat diarrhea/soft stool. I noticed this a week ago but confirmed it by cutting it out totally and continuing her regular rotation and then fed it again yesterday. This is extremely odd because I've fed Instinct before in my rotation, but only the venison, duck, lamb, and pork recipes with no problem. I also currently have NV Prairie and Pride in my rotation with no issues. Has anybody else had this issue with NV Chicken? Any idea what ingredient could be causing the diarrhea? Here is the ingredient list: http://www.instinctpetfood.com/product/instinct-grain-free-canned-cat-food-chicken Maybe I ought to try the NV LID's.» read more
Lots of wonderful new reviews this month! Well done - to all of us as a community! We have two members who get to wear the shiny badge this month! @Therese who contributed six reviews and @nurseangel who contributed five! Enjoy your shiny badges!
Congratulations are in order for our member @mrsjcross87! Your review for KONG Cat ZoomGroom won our random draw, so you get this month's $30 Amazon gift card! Congratulations!
How can you be our winner next month? It's easy. Just visit our Reviews Section and look for cat products which you've tried...» read more
We got this little guy from a shelter when he was 3 months and a couple weeks, he's 7 months now. Except for his face, ears, tail and one spot on one of his back legs he's all white. His eyes are a very light blue and his tail looks almost tabby striped. His fur is soft and medium length. One foot had all dark pads but the other 3 have dark with one or two pink pads. His head is rounded and he's starting to grow into it but when we first got him it was very pronounced! Personality wise he's very sweet and very mellow especially for a 7 month old kitten! He loves his belly and chest rubbed and if you start petting his head and back it won't be long before he rolls over so you can get his tummy! When he's picked up he likes to be held...» read more
I thought I'd start a thread to share pics of my 2 gorgeous rescutes. :) First of all, their stories: Schrödinger (named after the austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger, famous for his theoretical experiment involving a cat) is a seal point siamese, adopted through a rescue network at about 7-10 months of age. He was living on the street and was in very poor condition, with awful fleas, ear mites, an infected wound in the mouth... He also had a horrible obsession with food, agressively biting our ...» read more
Some cats tend to eat fast. Real fast. They take in their food so fast it's as if they're "hoovering" in into their body, never stopping to chew. Some cats eat to the point of vomiting, as they ingests air along with large morsels of food. Even if your cat isn't a super-fast eater, slowing down feeding time and making it more interesting is a good thing. Cats are designed to look for prey and work for their food. Which is the CATCH Interactive Cat Feeder is a great idea. It slows down feeding time, providing your cat with some well-needed stimulation: Catch, is an innovative feeder that stimulates a cat's natural instinct and helps turn feed-time into an inspiring hunting game. Not all cats have free access to the outdoors and...» read more
The ASPCA will be holding a webinar on this topic on Thursday, July 16, 6-7 pm ET.
The ASPCA Field Investigations and Response (FIR) team takes the ASPCA's commitment to animals to the very doorsteps where help is needed. Are you interested in joining us? Our volunteers use skill sets from all different walks of life, and we are always looking to welcome new committed and qualified responders to our team! Deploying with the FIR team is tough but incredibly fulfilling work. Volunteers provide immediate, lifesaving help to animals in distress. Volunteers travel to FIR disaster and cruelty operations to offer support in a variety of roles during field rescue, crime scene processing and emergency sheltering. Are you a good fit for the...» read more