All Cats Shed, but What’s Normal, and What’s Not? 

Cat getting brushed.

Whether it collects in the corners, gets all over your clothes, or shows up in an elongated regurgitated “ball”, cat hair just comes with the territory of feline cohabitation. A gleaming coat is one of their finer physical attributes, but let’s face it, cats shed. Loose, dead hair is set free 1-2 times a year, usually becoming airborne at some point only to settle in places you’d least expect it. 

Yes, cat lovers must be willing to put up with loose hairs around the house. But is it always part of a normal process, or could excessive shedding be explained by something else?

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How To Choose The Best Cat For You

happy cat smiling.

If you really love cats it’s possible you imagine living with every feline you cross paths with, especially if you visit a rescue or shelter. If a cat needs a home, why wouldn’t you adopt them? This is an honorable approach, but adopting a cat is a big decision—and it’s one worthy of time and careful consideration. Whatever your lifestyle and home environment, it’s important to contemplate which type of cat is best for you. 

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What Your Cat Should Be Eating

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As responsible cat owners, we have to be mindful of what we feed our beloved pets. Providing them with a balanced and nutritious diet helps ensure their well-being. This blog post will delve into the dietary needs of our feline friends and offer insights into what your cat should be eating. 

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Cats Are Sneaky And Noticing That They May Be In Pain is Too

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Cats have a way of hiding any pain they’re feeling. This ability probably stems from the fact that in the wild, felines that look sick or injured are easy targets for predators. There may not be any predators in your home, but your kitty might feel compelled to follow her instincts anyway. It’s up to you to figure out how to tell if your cat is in pain. 

But you don’t have to do it alone. The team at Cat Care of Vinings would like to share tips for identifying and treating cat pain.

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What It Means to Be AAHA Accredited (and Fear Free and Cat Friendly, Too!)

AAHA accredited logo with cat.

You can take your cat to a vet, or you can take your cat to Cat Care of Vinings. When you bring your pet in to see us, you can rest assured that we are providing the best and  most current care with a loving touch. With accreditations from AAHA, Fear Free, and the American Association of Feline Practitioners, you are in good hands.

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