Why do you think the cat rubs against the owner’s feet? Creeps in? Asks for pens? Hints that it is time for lunch? Or maybe there is no reason and this is a feature of the behavior of a particular cat? About this in our article.
Cats are still individuals. There are no two identical. Nevertheless, they have many common habits: for example, the habit of rubbing against the feet of a beloved master. Continue reading
If dogs and cats could talk, what dish would they order? What if a pet is tired of its feed and wants to try something new? Does he need variety in food? Find out in our article.
Proper feeding of the dog and cat is when the diet is close to the natural and fully corresponds to the physiological needs of the animal. Knowing how a pet’s digestive system works, it’s easier to understand what its diet should be like. Continue reading
Any changes in the diet is a responsible decision, which must be agreed with a veterinarian. It is important not only to choose the right new food, but also to correctly transfer the pet to it. There are two ways to do this. Let’s talk about them in our article!
Why is the gradual transition to a new diet – is it so important? What will happen if the usual feed is immediately replaced by a new one? Continue reading
Many cat foods include cereals, sometimes even as the main ingredient. How does this meet the physiological needs of the predator? Does the cat need cereals?
Any cat is an obligate predator. This means that she needs a diet based on animal protein (up to 90%). A cat physiologically cannot stay healthy if there are too many components from plant foods in its diet. However, a certain proportion of carbohydrates should still be, and that’s why. Continue reading
It is believed that shorthair dogs and cats are easier to care for. Is it really? What is the difference in the care of short-haired pets?
The length of the coat is one of the main criteria for choosing a pet. Many people purposefully look for a cat or dog with short hair, because it is considered that they are easier to care for. But is it really so? Continue reading