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According to the ASPCA, approximately 3.2 million cats enter U.S. animal shelters each year and approximately 860,000 of those cats are euthanized due to overcrowding and lack of supplies.

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Why Does My Cat Lick And Then Bite Me?
Cats are adorable creatures that most people enjoy having around. They tend to be very affectionate, especially with their owners. However, this can lead to some unwanted behaviors like licking and biting. These actions might seem cute at first, but they can become harmful if your cat continues them over time. Have you ever been licked by your cat and then bitten afterward? This article will explore why cats lick and then bite afterward and some tips on how to stop this from happening.
Everything you should know about feeding your kitty
You might be wondering how much food you should feed your cat. If you are like most cat parents, the simple answer is not enough! The amount of food a cat needs varies depending on their lifestyle and age. A kitten will need more than an adult cat because they have higher metabolic activity and growth rates.
How Often Do You Take A Cat To The Vet?
Cats are great pets, but they also need as much care as any other living creature. Cats often carry the reputation of being completely self-sufficient but it is important for pet owners to know how often to take their cats to the vet so that their feline friend lives a long and healthy life. It's not always easy to know when your cat needs to visit the vet. Cats are notoriously independent, and many people don't think that their cat will ever need a doctor until it is too late.