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Cat Quiz (and other pets 😾) by Dr. Karen Becker

Follow Dr. Becker for more.

She rehabilitates wild animals ↓


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Marijuana Could be Bad for your Cat


“Symptoms of Cats Subjected to Marijuana.

According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), your cat may experience extreme sleepiness or excitation, hypersalivation, dilated pupils, or low blood pressure. There may also be instances of low body temperature or even death (although it’s rare). Additional symptoms most commonly observed include:

  • Uncoordination, falling over

  • Depression, sometimes alternating with agitation or anxiety

  • Vomiting

  • Bradycardia (slow heart rate)

  • Seizures, sometimes coma”

Have your cats experienced any of these symptoms?


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Man plays piano for his rescued cats. Found by @zbleumoon


Do you have a talent that your cat enjoys?

Let us know in the comments below.



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Don’t Declaw Your Cats | ft. @RadioFreeTom


Would you mind being mutilated for someone else’s convenience?

Learn more about declawing from the Humane Society of the United States.



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Easter Lilies Kill Kitties ft. @MadmMonstrosity


Please be Careful.

Your kitty could die from eating a small amount of pollen or nibbling on a flower.

Visit for more information.



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Soothing Music for Cats (and hoomans) ft. @Thibodeaux32117


Music Calms The Beast, Right?

(I mean you, silly hooman)

It’s been proven that sound can influence someone’s state of mind.


Do your cats like music?



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Brotherly Love Among Black Cats ft. @just2blackcats


Do you live in a multi-cat household?

Tell us how you help your cats get along in the comments.



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What’s The Best Pet Insurance? ft. @ThrivingCat

Read Jessica Miller‘s answer to What is the best pet insurance? on Quora



What do you think of this comparison of pet insurance policies?

Help other cat parents protect their fur babies at affordable rates.



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How to Keep your Kitten from Ravaging your Toilet Paper | ft. @arthur_obrien



Why do Kittens Do This?

Kittens are even more curious than older cats, because everything seems new and exciting to them. Toilet paper rolls are an easy victim, because they act as toys that react to your kitten’s actions, which in this case mimic more or less what they would do to prey.

To avoid being caught without toilet paper at the worst possible time, you need to keep your kitten interested in other things he can chew, swat or run after.


  1. Stuffed animals
  2. Cat trees with attached toys
  3. String poles

Consider what your kitten might like and visit our “On $ale Now” section. There are also hidden deals and coupons for the naturally curious.



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How to Integrate New Cats and Grumpy Ones | ft. @BreathesRainbow & Avis

We still fight, but not so much. It’s kind of play-fighting, because I am the supreme ruler and shall not be questioned.


  • Isabella


Since Mommy and Daddy run my cat shop, they were able to find information and solutions. They provided us with our own spaces and toys, which we share anyway, but like to feel that we have a special influence over.


Our trees and perches. They mark our favorite spots, which we periodically rotate among ourselves for variety purposes.

Proven (by Mommy) Method to Integrate New Cats and Grumpy Ones.

Top three objects that your old cat might enjoy.

Top three pieces of (your) clothing, bags or towels preferred by your cat.