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Angela Vuckovic

A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over...
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Being a pet parent to an active dog means you get to live every day to the fullest, with your best friend by your side. Energetic dogs are always ready for an adventure, so you had better be ready, too!

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Best Cat Spray Deterrent

You might love your kitty to bits but that doesn’t have to mean that they get free reign of the house – some areas might need to be restricted for them, either for their own safety or to keep your possessions intact. As you probably already know, some cats, due to various reasons, may begin to display some destructive behavior. This can include chewing on items, scratching things (and people), spraying urine to mark territory, or generally causing a ruckus. Besides all this, the cats are endlessly inquisitive. They will want to snoop everywhere, especially in places that seem tucked away or off-limits. In order to successfully counter such behavior, you will need a reliable cat spray deterrent. It is a simple but super-efficient solution that will ensure your destructive little kitten doesn’t get into trouble or ruins your valuable possessions. Here’s our pick of the 10 best cat spray deterrent products to keep your feline on her best behavior!

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Best Cat Nail Clippers

Most cats don’t like having their claws clipped, but you need to keep your kitty’s nails at a comfortable length. Trimming your cat’s nails regularly can prevent the claws from getting stuck in the carpets or furniture and stop your cat from scratching people. If your kitty isn’t sharpening their nails, the nails can also become too long and get embedded in the paw pads, which can cause an infection and be extremely painful for your cat.If taking your kitty to the veterinarian or groomer for regular manis and pedis isn’t an option, you can trim their nails at home using cat nail clippers. Nail clippers for cats are available in many different styles, but not all of them work in the same way. What the best type of nail clipper for your cat will depend on the size of your cat and your experience level. To help you find the best cat nail clippers for your kitty, we hand-picked 10 different nail clippers for cats. From scissor-style clippers to pliers and guillotines, you can’t go wrong with choosing any from our list.

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