Precious Cat, Inc. Launches Dr. Elsey’s Health Monitor™ Everyday Litter

 

Be sure to try Precious Cat, Inc. Health Monitor™ Everyday LitterHealth Monitor™ Litter is a consistent particle sized (calibrated) scoopable litter that will help you monitor kidney function, diabetes and hyperthyroidism in your cat.

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With Health Monitor™ Everyday Litter you can check your cat’s urine in a calm home environment.  Increased weight of urine balls can be a sign of kidney compromise, diabetes and hyperthyroidism.  There is a chart provided on the Health Monitor™ box for you to compare the weight of your cat’s urine balls.  You can also download the Health Monitor™ App. to monitor your cat’s urine balls.  If the weight of the urine balls is at or above the levels on the chart, your cat is urinating too much regardless of diet.  Weigh your cat’s urine balls every three months.   If the weight of the urine balls increases and the cat’s diet is the same, see your veterinarian.  Enclosed in the Health Monitor™ box is a free digital luggage/cat scale since it is also important to monitor your cat’s weight every three months.  If your cat has weight loss, see your veterinarian.

A poor diet may result in a number of health issues including compromised kidney function and diabetes.  Once you determine that your cat has increased urination you can make positive changes to your cat’s diet to improve its health and longevity in some cases adding years to your cat’s life.

You can find Dr. Elsey’s Health Monitor™ Litter at PetSmart and other independent retailers.  For more information call 877-311-2287 or visit their website at www.preciouscat.com.

 

Can Cats Drink Milk?

 

We were asked a question this past week as to whether or not it is a good idea for a grown cat to drink milk.

So, we went to the experts at Vet Street.  “Cats do not gain anything nutritionally from milk that is not present in a well-balanced commercial [cat food] diet,” explains Dr. Heinze, adding that it should be treated more like a very occasional high-calorie treat than an everyday food.

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The best liquid for your cat is water.  Be sure to have plenty of fresh water around for your cat to drink.   Always consult with your vet as to his or her recommendations for your cat’s diet and overall health.

Check Out the 2015 Chicago Internet Cat Video Festival

Cats are back for a third consecutive year!

The Chicago Cat Rescue and Tree House Humane Society are bringing Walker Art Center’s (MN) wildly popular Internet Cat Video Festival back to Chicago with a 75 minute film featuring the best cat videos on the internet.

This year’s all-new film is curated by Will Braden, the creator of the Henri Le Chat Noir videos and recipient of the festival’s first Golden Kitty (People’s Choice) Award.

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Festival attendees will have the opportunity to find their forever friend – adoptable cats and kittens from Chicago Cat Rescue and Tree House Humane Society, socialize with Alana and Kris, hosts of the CATastrophes Web Series, and meet festival hosts Mike Bridavsky and his special needs celebrity cat, Lil Bub, who stars in Lil Bub & Friendz, a documentary, and Lil Bub’s Big Show on Animal Planet.

Click here to purchase tickets.

Go to http://www.tailsinc.com/2015/09/the-2015-chicago-internet-cat-video-fest-is-september-19/ for show times and information.

Garfield Helps Find Cats Forever Homes Through the Shelter Pet Project

Pet adoption has increased since 2009, despite adverse economic conditions. Currently, 29% of dogs and 33% of cats are adopted from shelters and rescue groups each year, while the number of healthy and treatable pets losing their lives for lack of a home is now 2.7 million. Watch as our friend Garfield talks about the Shelter Pet Project

 

Bringing that number all the way to zero is the goal of “The Shelter Pet Project,” a national advertising campaign which aims to encourage millions of pet lovers to make shelters the first choice and desired way for acquiring companion animals.