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Best products for cat owners

At Bear's Pet Shop, we understand the importance of providing our feline friends with the best care and comfort. That's why we offer a wide range of pet supplies specifically designed for cats.

Our collection includes a variety of products for your cudly companions.

We have a range of interactive toys, catnip-infused toys to keep your cat entertained, engaged, and mentally stimulated. We also have a range of grooming supplies to keep your cat neat and healthy.

At Bear's Pet Shop, we have all the necessary supplies to provide your cat with the comfort, care, and entertainment they need to live a happy and healthy life.

What is the best type of litter for my cat?

There are several types of cat litter available, including clay, clumping, and natural litters. The best type of litter for your cat will depend on their preferences and your own preferences. Clay litters are the most common and are affordable, but they are not biodegradable and create dust. Clumping litters are easier to clean and control odors, but can be more expensive. Natural litters such as paper or wood are more environmentally friendly, but may not control odor as well.

How often should I clean my cat's litter box?

The frequency of cleaning a litter box depends on the number of cats using it and their litter preference. A good rule of thumb is to scoop the box at least once a day and completely clean and replace the litter every 1-2 weeks. Cats can be very particular about their litter box so it's important to keep it clean and fresh.

How often should I feed my cat?

Adult cats should be fed twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening. Kittens under 6 months should be fed 3-4 times a day. Adjust the amount of food according to your cat's weight, age, and activity level.

What type of food should I feed my cat?

Cats are obligate carnivores, which means they need a diet high in protein. Wet or canned food is a good option because it contains more moisture than dry food. You should also consider if you want to feed your cat a diet that is grain-free, organic, or has added supplements like probiotics. It is always best to consult with your veterinarian to determine the best diet for your cat.

How can I keep my cat from scratching my furniture?

Scratching is a natural behavior for cats, so it's important to provide them with a scratching post or pad. Place the scratching post near the furniture that your cat tends to scratch and encourage them to use it by spraying it with catnip or placing treats near it. You can also use double-sided tape or aluminum foil on the furniture to discourage scratching.

How do I know if my cat has fleas?

Signs that your cat may have fleas include excessive scratching, biting or licking at the skin, red or irritated skin, and visible fleas or flea dirt (small black specks) on the fur. You can also check for fleas by running a fine-toothed comb through your cat's coat and looking for small, dark-colored insects.

How do I know if my cat has worms?

Signs that your cat may have worms include vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, a dull coat, and anemia. You can also check for worms by looking for small, white, rice-like segments in your cat's feces. It is important to take your cat to the vet for diagnosis and treatment.

How often should I groom my cat?

The frequency of grooming your cat will depend on their coat type and length. Short-haired cats may only need to be groomed once a week, whereas long-haired cats may need to be groomed daily to prevent matting and tangling of their coat. Regular grooming helps prevent hairballs and keeps their coat shiny and clean. Brush your cat's coat using a metal comb or brush, paying extra attention to areas where matting is likely to occur such as the underbelly and legs. Use a damp cloth to clean the ears and eyes, and trim their nails as needed.

How do I introduce a new cat to my existing cat?

Introducing a new cat to an existing cat can be a tricky process, but with patience and proper planning, it can be done successfully. Keep the cats separated at first, allowing them to sniff and hear each other through a closed door. Gradually increase the time they spend together while keeping a close eye on their interactions. Keep in mind that it may take several weeks for the cats to fully adjust to each other.

How can I tell if my cat is in pain?

Cats are good at hiding pain, so it can be difficult to tell if they are in discomfort. Signs of pain in cats include hiding, reluctance to move, change in vocalization, decreased appetite, and changes in grooming habits. If you notice any of these signs, it is important to take your cat to the vet as soon as possible for a proper diagnosis and treatment.