How Much to Feed a Kitten

Wondering how much to feed a kitten, what to feed a kitten, if there’s a kitten feeding schedule? See advice for feeding kittens (and check with your vet!).

A kitten meowing.

If you’re thinking of adopting a kitten, whether three weeks old or six months old, he’s going to require proper nutrition and care. Feeding grown cats can seem like a simpler task, but knowing how much to feed a kitten can be a bit more complex. Here’s how much to feed a kitten:

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How Long Are Cats Pregnant? The 5 Stages of Cat Pregnancy

Is your cat pregnant? We hope not. But if so, we answer some questions like, “How long are cats pregnant?” and go through the stages of cat pregnancy.

A pregnant calico cat.

I’m a big advocate for spay/neuter. It’s a crucial part of the equation for reducing the number of cats killed in shelters, and having your cat spayed or neutered improves cat health, reducing the chances of injury and disease. But a lot of us encounter cat pregnancy at some point, whether through working at a clinic or shelter, an accidental liaison or deliberate breeding. So, how long are cats pregnant for and what should you expect week by week? Let’s look at the five stages of cat pregnancy:

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An Inside Look Into the Life of a Police Dog

One of our writers goes behind the scenes of police dog work with K-9 Sargent and his handler Officer Mark Wyrick.

Sargent.

Have you ever seen a police dog in action up close and personal? Recently, I had the chance to not only see one of these heroes practice doing his job, but I got close enough to have him give my nose kisses. Gasp — you let a big, mean, police dog lick your face? Yup, and I got to pet him and give his bum some loving scratches as well.

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Is Your Dog Hiding? What to Do About It

Is your dog hiding? This behavior is usually a response to changes in the environment or health issues. Here’s how to handle dog hiding.

Understanding noise phobias will help you better understand your dog. Photography ©alexkich | Getty Images.

Believe it or not, hiding isn’t just a behavior reserved for felines. Dogs hide, too — and dog hiding is actually pretty common. According to Dr. David Dilmore, DVM, of Banfield Pet Hospital, dog hiding often occurs when dogs feel stressed, confused or are in an unfamiliar situation.

So, is your dog hiding? Find out how to help your dog, if the behavior deserves the attention of a vet and get to the bottom of why your dog is hiding.

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The Perfect Toy For Your Pet Bird

Looking for the perfect toy for your pet bird? Look no further!

The Penn Plax Bobbing Bird with Perch is the perfect toy for your pet bird! The Bobbing Bird acts as an interactive toy for your pet and the perch allows your bird to have a comfortable resting place up close to their new toy. The Bird Perch easily clips onto all wired cages making it the perfect toy for you AND your pet!

Check out the video below to see how it works! Click here to learn more about the product>> 

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Congratulations Wannabe Rescued, Selma, Alabama

Wannabe Rescued is the recipient of a box of pet goodies to help their rescue effort.

Check them out at:
https://www.facebook.com/WannabeRescued/

They will appreciate all the assistance you can give.

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Armpit Bubbles in Leopard Geckos

How can you tell if your leopard gecko is fat? It is often hard to tell if your pet is overweight but there are a few indicators to help you know how much food is too much food.

One common and obvious indicator of a fat leopard gecko is armpit bubbles. You may have noticed these little bubbles that seem to pop up overnight. They’re usually located behind one leg, and they can be very concerning if you don’t know what they are.

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