Posts in Cats
Why Are Black Cats Considered Bad Luck?

With Halloween right around the corner, I am sure I am not the only one who has seen their fair share of black cats at stores. When you think of Halloween, you think or witches, black cats and scary items. This was something that I never understood though. I understand the scary items like ghosts, goblins, and witches during the Halloween time. But black cats always seemed to escape me.

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Everything You Need to Know About Four Week Old Kittens

If you have been around my blog then you know that I have recently rescued and fostered an orphaned kitten. We estimate that we got her around three weeks and had a big awakening throughout the process. I wanted to walk you through the information that I gathered for each of the different weeks of a new kittens life

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Everything You Need to Know About Three Week Old Kittens

First, let’s talk about how to tell if a kitten is three weeks old. A three-week-old kitten will have their eyes open. Their eye sight will be getting better each day and their hearing  They respond better to sounds and can start to understand their name. Their ears are turning outwards more than at two weeks.

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Everything You Need to Know about 2 Week Old Kittens

I want this to be a complete guide for caring for a kitten week by week. If you find a kitten, you want to try your hardest to keep with them with their mothers. Their mothers will be able to nurse them, keep them warm, and protect them. Mothers know how to care for their babies so if they can be left with their mothers, they should for at least 8 weeks.

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I Tried the BasePaws Cat DNA Kit. Should You?

I had the opportunity to test out BasePaws and do a complete review of it for my wonderful audience.

The first question some of you may be asking is, what is BasePaws? Well, they are a company who has developed DNA kits for cats! But more than that, their DNA kits are ever-growing and ever-evolving. These kits will also tell you about your cat’s health risks, it’s wildcat traits, and even more, as they continue to evolve!

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