Help on trimming claws?
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by /u/Okay_Chaos
3h ago
Hi, reddit! This is my first reddit post ever since I’m mostly a lurker haha …so a little while back I adopted two ten-month kittens—a brother and sister pair—and they’ve been settling in well. Both are very healthy, and their first vet appointment is coming up soon. Recently I’ve been meaning to clip their nails since they’ve been growing fairly long. The brother, Pilot, is very good and let me cut his claws without issue. His sister, Pickles, on the other hand, is very shy and tends to squirm around a lot. She also doesn’t like being picked up a lot, so that leaves another issue of itself ..read more
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How to stop cat recoiling after I give him a treat.
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by /u/aheftyhippo
3h ago
I’ve had Milo for a year now, and he is very sweet. I’ve had trouble finding toys he liked, but recently have found he loves chasing treats. This has led to him basically coming whenever I call his name, which is a neat trick and something I want to enforce. However, whenever I try to pet him either before or after giving him a treat, he recoils away. I’ve had a lot of luck training him with treats in the past as he’s very food motivated, so just not sure how to approach this. I want him to not recoil at the possibility of being pet without treats there after I call him. Cat tax submitted by ..read more
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5 month old kitten hurts my friend
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by /u/GirlEmoBunny
3h ago
My kitty is so good to us and we love her but when some people come over she bites there feet non stop and this 1 friend. when he comes to my place she will not leave him alone and will hurt him bad. She will jump at him and scratches him all over his back. But she then rolls on him…? Why? submitted by /u/GirlEmoBunny [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Does anyone have the problem of their silicon wet food can covers getting smelly?
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by /u/Cute-Horse2625
3h ago
I feel like it soaks up the smell of the food and no matter how much soap and water I use to wash them it doesn’t go away. Does anyone have this issue? How can I fix this? submitted by /u/Cute-Horse2625 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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How to stop the Bed Piss Bandit :(
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by /u/NaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaBats
3h ago
My adorable sweet little dipshit has decided that my bed is a great new litter tray. I've just changed rooms in my house and two new roommates have moved in, replacing my old ones, so I think it's probably just stress, which is so fair. But how do I get her to stop?! A list of actions I've taken: set up a second litter tray moved her existing litter tray somewhere she might feel more comfortable bought an anti-stress defuser tried to associate the Bed with food bought and sprayed enzyme cleaner to get rid of the smell ordered colour-changing litter to check for sure there are no urinary issu ..read more
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Post spaying advice for adult cat
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by /u/Major-Temperature119
3h ago
for preface i found this cat about a month and a half ago and would’ve gotten her spayed soon, but her vet said waiting until she was out of heat was best. i took her to the vet for an over all wellness/shots and they said she’s 3-4 years old. does anyone have advice for post care for an adult cat? i’m a first time cat owner and have grown up with dog. i’m just wanting to make sure she’s as comfortable as possible, thanks in advance! submitted by /u/Major-Temperature119 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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I need help about adoption
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by /u/thirdstone85
3h ago
There’s a kitten in my backyard that I’m taking care of. She is around 3 months old and the sweetest thing ever. I check on her very often and feed her. I don’t want anything bad happen to her. I live with my parents and will leave for university in September. I already have a 2 year old cat that I’m taking care of. My mother doesn’t love her very much and she didn’t want to adopt her in the first place but she eventually was okay with it. My father is more understanding. It’s winter time in here and there are dogs, fast cars and other dangers around. We have an another apartment upstairs tha ..read more
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Update on neighborhood cat killer
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by /u/asexualanomaly
3h ago
2 days ago, i made a post here about suddenly losing a stray cat in my neighborhood that i used to feed and was very attached to. upon seeing his body, the vet had insinuated poisoning (as a personal opinion) because it's very common in neighbourhoods in our area. he didn't have any actual evidence to base this on though, because he refused to do a necropsy due to lack of evidence so i consoled myself with the fact that maybe it was accidental or out of something like HCM. for the full story, read my previous post. anyway, just as i was beginning to come to terms with the loss and trying to g ..read more
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New cat
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by /u/Consistent-Act-1283
3h ago
Me and my girlfriend just got a new cat about a week ago and she has been hiding underneath the bed ever since we brought her home she comes out and eats and uses the bathroom but she won’t do anything else. What can I do to make her warm up? submitted by /u/Consistent-Act-1283 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Cat having a tough time with new kitten
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by /u/ahg220
3h ago
Three weeks ago, my 10-year old cat died from lymphoma that had progressed very quickly (he was diagnosed on a Friday and died that Sunday). He left behind his life partner and littermate, who is very much a cat that needs a mate, and who was very dependent on his brother. Since his brother’s death, my surviving cat has been very lonely and down—sleeping a lot more, not very active, etc. I’ve read a lot about getting a new kitten for an older cat after the death of their bonded partner and the timing of it all. Yesterday, my partner and I got our cat a kitten for companionship, and thus far ..read more
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