What’s The Best Diet For A Pregnant Cat?

Written by Marc de Jong

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Gradually start mixing your cat's regular food with this high-quality kitten food you found in your pet store. Add more kitten food every week. Duringrepparttar week of birth your queen should eat only kitten food.

Some breeders also serve raw meat and say that’s good for a pregnant cat as well. However, there is some controversy about this.

About 24 to 48 hours before delivery a pregnant queen will refuse food. Her appetite should return within one day after she gave birth.

Keep her on a kitten food diet untilrepparttar 142810 kittens are weaned.

Journalist Marc de Jong is a long-time cat lover and owner of http://www.cat-pregnancy-report.com - More in-depth information about food for kittens and pregnant cats is found in How To Take Care Of Your Pregnant Cat, his acclaimed ebook on cat pregnancy, birth and kitten care.

What You Need To Carry When You Travel With Your Dog

Written by Terrie Simpson

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• a copy of your pets vaccinations and registration

• your veterinarians telephone number

• a picture of your pet

• make sure your pet is very familiar withrepparttar commands sit, stay, and come -> a pet in an unfamiliar area can be - nervous and may try to flee

• a towel and/or blanket

• make sure your pet is up to date on vaccinations

I've traveled a fair amount in North America and have found we have given emergency care to animals inrepparttar 142774 most unlikely spots: A mother cat and kittens in a campground in Olympic National Park, an abandoned dog in a Texas highway rest area, a mother dog and puppies in California. Plus there always seems to be someone at a dog show who hasn't brought enough water. I've had dog collars get lost in brush and leashes break on beaches. Seems like I'm never prepared enough myself for unforeseen emergencies, but takingrepparttar 142775 above precautions does makerepparttar 142776 trip go a little more peaceful.

About Terrie Simpson: Terrie Simpson is a writer for Super K9 - A Comprehensive Online Resource To Help You Take Good Care Of Your Canine. She has been involved with dogs for well over twenty years and has achieved a number of tracking and other degrees on her dogs in that time.

You can view more of her work at http://www.superk9.com/

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