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Different ways to feed a cat: dry food, wet food, BARF and Whole Prey

Different ways to feed a cat: dry food, wet food, BARF and Whole Prey

Proper nutrition for cats? If it depended on their whim, our furry companions would probably ask only for a fresh piece of tuna or grab the best bites from their hooman’s plate. In nature, cats are obligate carnivores, so their at-home bowls should only get the best meats as well. As cat Guardians we have a few options to choose from in this matter. Dry food, wet (canned) food, BARF, or maybe whole prey? How can we please our cat’s bellies and raise happy, well-fed and healthy kitties? 

Cat feeding methods - available options overview


Preparing for a vet visit - survive preventative check-ups without stress

Preparing for a vet visit - survive preventative check-ups without stress

April 24th was the World Veterinary Day. For all cat Carers it’s not just a great opportunity to show respect for the wonderful specialists who save our furry friends in every situation, but also a chance for a little, fabCat’s self-reflection. When was the last time you went for a regular health check-up with your pet dear fabCat? Do you know how to get around the vet office and tell the doctor the most important info on your cat’s health? What’s most important, do you have a plan of action for emergencies? Today we’re helping you prepare for...


A second cat in the house - how to prepare for a new roommate?

A second cat in the house - how to prepare for a new roommate?

They say cats are like chips or tattoos - you can’t stop with just one. Our myKotty crew agrees with this 110%, but we also know that having two or more cats is a responsibility that should be carefully thought through. Accepting a kitty duet or siblings from the start gives the best results - two tiny cats will quickly get along, possibly forming a strong, long-lasting bond. What would happen, though, if we tried to introduce a new cat roomie into a house with an already established resident cat? How to safely prepare for another cat and...


FabCatstic FAQ - getting the kitties used to new cat beds, scratchers and cat accessories

FabCatstic FAQ - getting the kitties used to new cat beds, scratchers and cat accessories

Sometimes you ask us, dear fabCats, if there’s a way you can convince your cats to use their new scratchers, beds and cat furniture. The natural, first response would be obviously “don’t force anything!” - after all, we’re working with a cat here and, being a cat, he always strives to achieve independence and move at their own pace. But then, there’s time to reflect and the question appears - how can you get a cat used to new accessories, if he’s turning his whiskers up at them? 

Although the majority of cats will immediately appreciate...


Hairballs in cats - when swallowing fur gets dangerous

Hairballs in cats - when swallowing fur gets dangerous

Everyday grooming routine? It runs in every cat’s blood and from their kitten stage they know to always show up to social events with perfectly clean paws and groomed fur. Short- and long haired, purebreds and street cats - they all love cleanliness and can spend up to several hours per day on cleaning themselves up. Thanks to a special hook-like structure of the tongue, cats are perfectly capable of removing dirt and dust from the fur, pulling out the loose hair as well. However, swallowing excess fur can become dangerous. Do you know, fabCat, what hairballs are...


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