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DIY Toy for Cat

DIY Toy for Cat

Today, I would like to share with you a small toy project that I did for my cats. If you are a kitty parent who destroys everything, like mine, you probably have broken toys lying in the drawer and waiting for a second life. I finally found a little homemade thing to...

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My cat vomits after eating

My cat vomits after eating

Today, I would like to speak to you about a subject that affects many people. I want to talk about our cats that stuff themselves with kibbles and vomit a few minutes later. *Several things can be involved here, this is not the subject of the article, but try to see...

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How breeders live their petloss | Exclusive interview

How breeders live their petloss | Exclusive interview

Hello all you cat fan. Several times I asked myself the question of how breeders react to the different bereavements they face: the death of a newborn, a cat that can not reproduce, etc. I then asked Emma if she would agree to give me an interview to show us the side...

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Multi-purpose cleaner | Safe for your cat

Multi-purpose cleaner | Safe for your cat

In my last article, I talked about the danger of household products in a home (see my last article here). Imagine if the multi-purpose cleaner in our house is harmful to us and cause lung and other problems, what its effects have on the small lungs of our felines....

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Household products and our animals

Household products and our animals

Several movements are fashionable these days: zero waste, minimalism, ecology, compost, etc. Seeing the popularity of all these movements, we looked at the impact that our consumer life with household products, has on our beloved felines. Let's start with the...

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Everyday toxic things around the house

Everyday toxic things around the house

One morning, heading to the kitchen, I found an avocado on my floor, half eaten. That's when I wondered what could be toxic for my kitties! Was I sufficiently informed about the toxicity of things around my cats? Here is a list of products, plants, fruits, vegetables...

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Why does my cat have a flappy belly?

Why does my cat have a flappy belly?

Many people mistakenly think that their cat has a flabby belly due to sterilization or a great loss of weight. This is partly true, but not quite. Primordial pocket Cats are domesticated animals for a long time. In spite of this, they still...

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Does my cat suffer from whisker stress?

Does my cat suffer from whisker stress?

Hello everyone, Following a very funny story with my new friend Guy-Anne, I started researching the Syndrome of stressed Whiskers in cats. Despite having had cats most of my life, this was the first time I had heard this term. Understanding how whiskers work in cats...

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Esoteric Post | Animal Spirituality

Esoteric Post | Animal Spirituality

Feline Spirituality | explained by Guy-Anne Luneau Hello everyone! Since I was young, I have a very special relationship with animals. They approach me and come to me easily. As I have always loved them, I made it my job (animal health technician). Unfortunately, this...

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Ragdoll cat | Its origins & temper

Ragdoll cat | Its origins & temper

The Ragdoll is a breed of cat native to the United States. Its name comes from the fact that when it is taken, it becomes as soft as a ragdoll ragdoll doll in English. Origin The breed was first created in 1963 by Mrs. Ann Baker, who at the time raised Persians. She...

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Depression | Pet Loss | Brigitte Berube

Depression | Pet Loss | Brigitte Berube

Today I'll speak to you about a very serious subject: Depression in the process of grief. It is perfectly normal when you have just lost your pet that you have depressive symptoms, that does not mean that you are depressed. In a normal process of grief, the majority...

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Korat Cat | A lucky charm or just a myth?

Korat Cat | A lucky charm or just a myth?

History Move over, rabbit’s foot. The Korat cat is a living good-luck charm in his home country of Thailand, where he is also known as the Si-Sawat cat. The silver-blue cats with the emerald-green eyes are said to date to the 14th century based on their depiction in...

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Special Collaboration | Anne Bastide

Special Collaboration | Anne Bastide

Hello to all fans of Epic Cats Junkies! I introduce myself, Anne Bastide, special columnist for the year 2018! At the beginning After having evolved into the banking world as a professional, I decided to succumb to my first passions at the age of 45: animals and...

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Men vs Women | Reaction to a grief

Men vs Women | Reaction to a grief

Hello everyone! Before I started talking in depth about the grief reaction and its process, I wanted to bring this to your attention. In the last text I told you that each one lives his grief according to his past bereavements as well as his personality, his beliefs....

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Introduction of a new kitty at home

Introduction of a new kitty at home

Do you finally realize your dream of adopting an adorable kitty? Congratulations! You will be the happy human parent of a beautiful little beast that will bring you happiness for the next few years. To help you plan your arrival at home, here are some tips we tried...

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