Month: September 2011

Feline Aggression 101

This is Ling Ling checking out Merlin on the day before she was adopted. Her tail is beginning to swish back and forth in agitation, her ears pricked forward and head low. A few seconds […]

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Vet 101: Q & A – Antibiotics

Q: My cat is impossible to pill and liquids aren’t much better. The last time she needed two weeks of antibiotics was murder. Is it possible to give a one shot injection instead and are […]

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Circle of Cat Love

Kahlil Gibran Sometimes, no matter how much love to we have to give, it’s not enough or we run out of time. That’s what happened with our foster girl Ling Ling. She came to us […]

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A Happy Cat Makes A Happy Home

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re a cat person who knows that a happy cat make a happy home. Cats are experts at making the best of situations. They know how to find the […]

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Mancat Monday: A Delicate Subject

Merlin here and welcome to another Mondays with Merlin. It’s also Mancat Monday, but today’s subject is not just for the boys. It’s a delicate subject about regularity and er, I confess to not being […]

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47 Remarkable Animal Friendships

We all need friends, but the new New York Times best seller Unlikely Friendships: 47 Remarkable Stories from The Animal Kingdom takes friendship to new heights. Charmingly compiled and written by National Geographic writer Jennifer […]

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Man Cats Gone Wild

Summer is over and this week all the boys wanted to savor the last sights and smells of the garden. Odin went a little wild. Okay, a lot wild. One look at his one crazy eye and you know nonstop […]

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Hooked On Cat Tails

Since I study and photograph cats every day, I thought I’d begin sharing their unique ways of communicating via photos of their body language. These will be posted under the Cat Behavior 101 category for […]

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Vet 101- Q & A – Advances in Veterinary Medicine and more…

This week’s Vet Q & A is a little different. Our vet Dr. Richard Goldstein explains how veterinary medicine has changed over the past twenty years and what remains important. Q: This week’s Q & […]

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You Are An Inspiration Award

When Cat Wisdom 101 launched almost four months ago, I couldn’t imagine how many amazing fans, friends and fellow cats bloggers have cheered us on. One such blogger is Brian from Brian’s Home http://www.brianshomeblog.com/ who gave […]

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Cushioning Joints: 5 Steps to Happier Cats

Young cats can leap with acrobatic agility. Hello, tops of bookcases, refrigerators and shelves. But, by the time most cats become seniors, their leaping days are over. According to a study from the University of […]

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