DoryDoo of Ballicus Blog has very pretty eyes. Here she looks just like a little cut out doll, made of colored paper.
Come on House Panthers, show us your petty black furs!
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Mancat Monday for all ferocious Mancats and mancats-in-training
Movie Monday for our Feline Fellini Furriends
Did you know? Cats are very stealthy and don't want to show that they're hurting. The first sign of tooth and gum disease may be that there are no signs.
Brush your teeth with a natural pet toothpaste. Having your human brush your teeth daily is the best way to remove plaque before it turns to hard tartar. A product that contains natural ingredients or antibacterial, plaque-fighting enzymes helps replenish the enzymes normally found in feline saliva and aids in reducing harmful bacteria. A paste made of baking soda, water and a tiny pinch of salt makes a great natural tooth cleanser.
If you start having your teeth brushed regularly when you are a kitten, you will enjoy it more as an adult, and it will make it easier for you and your human to enjoy this activity.
February is National Pet Dental Health Month. You can find out more at Greenies.com. Cat Fancy Magazine also running lots of info on Cat tooth care in their February issue.
Show us those pearly whites!