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Hi I\\\'m New To All Of This

Dallas PigeonDallas Pigeon Green BayMember Posts: 2
edited 26 June, 2007 in Cat Health
Hay There I\'m new to all of this is there anything cool I soud know about

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  • edited 26 June, 2007
    What do you mean? As in cat health or Catster? Catster is a loving community of cat lovers. We learn things on the forums on how to better-care for our cats. My very basic and minimal health care tips: 1) Have cool, fresh water that is changed and the bowl is scrubbed out every day, 24/7 2) Eat good cat food out of a clean plate or shallow dish. I recommend Friskies, Fancy Feast, Iams, Eukanuba, Innova, Natural Balance, or Solid Gold. 3) Get lots of exercise and play every day. 4) Get a good flea prevention program from your vet, such as Frontline, use it year-round monthly. 5) Have come sort of worm prevention such as Heartguard from your vet, use it year-round monthly. 6) Brush your cat with a comb and a soft-brostle brush every day. 7) If you own a litter box, scoop out the waste every single day and dump and disinfect the litterbox completely every month ot more often. 8) Treat every day like a last day.
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