Discover How You And Your Family Can Live Peacefully With Your Cat
Without The Unwanted Cat Behavior.
You Can Train Your Cat To Live With You, Instead Of Owning You!
Cats are very self-reliant creatures, they don’t need a lot of help from you as their owner. However, unless you want your cat to run your house, then there are certain training methods that need to be used in order to control who is the real boss in your house.
In this report you will learn how to properly train your cat by understanding their natural habits and using them to keep your cat happy and healthy.
If Ragdoll owners will enumerate the differences between their male and female cats, you will notice that males are more than females in terms of:
Reducing your Tomcat’s Natural Behaviour
Because of the above mentioned factors, most owners want to tame their tomcats. Here are some recommendations:
- Put a collar on (with bell). This will distract your cat’s goal to stalk and fight with other cats as well as to surprise them. It will discourage your cat to engage in aggressive activities.
- Use enzymatic solution to clean territorial markings. This neutralizer will mask the underlying odour marked by the tomcat for his territory thus will lessen the spraying on vertical surfaces. Some people use baking soda, vinegar, lemon and hydrogen peroxide for this purpose. Read more
Who doesn’t like the idea of not having to clean the kitty litter tray again and scoop out your cat’s bits every morning? I’m sure that there are many more people like me out there that are looking for an alternative and would be more than happy for our cats to use the ordinary toilet just like us humans do.
I’ve seen many videos and attempts to train a cat to use the toilet and I’m going to be sharing with you my experiences with the Litter Kwitter. I bought this cat toilet training system in a local store based on the fact that it was advertised on TV before. I just hope that their marketing is just as good as their product.
The Challenge: Train my 5 month old Ragdoll to use the toilet instead of his litter tray in only 8 weeks. Read more
Need for Cat Insurance
It is the soft and tranquil character of the cats that makes them lovable and adorable. However, their delicate nature calls for the need of extra care in order to keep them from falling sick. Pets can fall sick or injured due to accidents or illness, no matter how well you care for them. They need frequent checkup and medical treatments. Medical expenses can add up to thousands of dollars and each visit to the vet or pet care can cost you a considerable amount of treatment fee too. Pet insurance can help save money on the medical treatments and operating expense of your pet. Read more
When to start training your kitten?
Cats are the most lovable and trainable among pet animals. No other companion can compromise a well mannered kitten. Kitty training has to be started at the very young age or from the very next day it becomes a member of your household. The training must mold your cat’s behavior in such a way that she gets acquainted with the rules of your home. Read more
Ragdolls cats are large in size and are known for their relaxed nature and beauty. They have long thick fur, long body and clear blue emerald eyes . They are very loyal, easily trainable and they often love to spend their time near your feet or on your lap. They have no known genetic disease and have very little health problems when compared to other breeds. However, vitamin rich food diet, timely check up and well grooming is recommended for ragdoll cats. Common health problems include allergies, diabetes respiratory and digestive tract ailments and common symptoms are weight loss, diarrhea, vomiting, coughing, fever and behavioral changes. Read more
Cats are very clean animals but still require your attention when it comes to grooming to ensure its health and hygiene is maintained.
Grooming your cat and kitten includes clipping the claws, cleaning the ears, cleaning the eyes, cleaning the teeth, brushing the fur and bathing.
Cats aren’t particularly fond of water but get them in the habit of bathing from a young age and they’ll be less reluctant when older. Read more
Raw meat diets are believed to be the best diet that you can offer your cat. Your cats coat will look more shiny, produce healthy gums and white teeth and your cat will be more energetic and playful.
When you prepare the raw meat you have control over the quality of ingredients and preparation compared to buying frozen raw meats or even packed wet food which contains an array of preservatives. Read more
As is the case with all other felines, Ragdoll cats and kittens are susceptible to fleas with the most common type known as Ctenocephalides felis. Adult cat fleas are red-brown in colour while flea droppings are tiny black particles.
To understand the flea you first must understand where they come from. Fleas undergo a lifecycle known as metamorphosis, where fours stages take place – Eggs, Larvae (3 Larvae stages), Pupa and finally the Adult stage. As shown on the illustration the adult flea lays between 25-40 eggs on your pet each day, which then fall off into the environment (carpet, rugs etc) to hatch. Hatching takes place within 2-5 days where the 3 stages of larvae begins and after approx 7-18 days the flea larvae pupate. It takes approx another 7-10 days for it to develop into an adult flea, though dependent on environmental conditions (optimum hatching temperatures are between 21 & 32 deg C) it may be some time before the Adult emerges from its protective cocoon. The cocoon itself is a composition of larvae saliva and debris (lint, dust, hair etc).
The male adult flea is between 2-3mm long, while the female can be as big as 4 mm long. The eggs produced by the adults are approx 0.5mm in length and during the 3 stages of larvae the sizes range from 1-2mm, 2-3mm and 3-5mm in length. Pupae are approx 2-4 in length. Read more
Cat Worm Facts and Treatments
It is very difficult to keep your cat from contracting any of the variety of worms that they are apt to contract. Just drinking his/her Mother’s milk can infect even a newborn kitten. Weakened immune systems can also be the cause of worms in kittens and cats that have been ill. Sometimes, keeping your pet indoors and clean does not always keep them worm free.
A hygienic environment does help keep worms at a minimum as worms thrive on fecal matter and body fluids often found outdoors in the yard or even from contaminated soil. But is it difficult to keep your cat inside the house all the time when the sunshine and warm breeze of the spring and summer beckon to them. Regular checking for worms and recognizing the different types can give you a head start in the treatment of worms if they develop. Read more