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  • All About Cute Kittens
    A guide on how to raise fit and frisky cute kittens. Kitten care, kitten health, cute kitten pictures, and so much more.

  • Cats and Kids
    When acquiring a cat, the presence of young children in the household should be considered.

  • Cats: Feline Education for Youngsters
    A site for children that presents an informative insight into the world of pedigreed cats and cat shows.

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  • Easy Cat Toilet Training
    Explains in 6 steps, step by step how to teach a cat to use the human toilet.

  • House Cat World
    Here you can find a name to your cat, learn abut newborn kittens, how to identify Cats Pregnancy Signs, Sick Cat Symptoms, Which Cat Breed Is Right For Me?.....and more

  • About Cats
    A site with information regarding the anatomy of the cat, cat breeds, a cat's life history, choosing & caring for a cat, some diseases, the cat in history, cat family, general breed standards and some famous cats.

  • Adopt-a-cat
    Adopt-a-cat is a no-kill cat shelter housing 150+ cats. It is staffed by volunteers and funded exclusively by donations.

  • Cat Fanciers
    Welcome to the Cat Fanciers' Association, the world's largest registry of pedigreed cats!

  • Cat Fanciers Glossary
    All the cat words you'll ever need!

  • Cat Information
    Cats usually are solitary animals. They could survive in the wild easily, as long as there is prey. Kittens are abandoned as soon as they are weaned. Half grown, they find themselves alone and on there own. In the wild this is a do or die situation and the kitten meets the challenge well.

  • Cats - Net Vet
    Lots of pet information and links about cats.

  • Cats Online
    This site provides info on how to care for your cat, some really cute cat pictures, and a Kitten Club with fun games and activities.

  • eHow to Care for an Aging Cat
    Life expectancy in cats has risen dramatically during the past few years. It is not uncommon for a cat to reach 18 to 20 years of age and they are middle-aged by their eighth birthday. Awareness of the needs of your older feline friend makes caring for her easier, enhances your experience and increases the quality of life she will enjoy.

  • eHow to Use a Litter Box
    Cats have a natural instinct to eliminate on dirt or sand, but you may have to experiment with different boxes and litter material to find the best match for your cat.

  • I Love Cats Magazine
    Health tips, news, products, and a vet who will answer your questions.

  • KittySites.Com
    KittySites is an online directory of cat-related sites.

  • Welcome to the Cat Fanciers Web Site!
    Brought to you by the Cat Fanciers Mailing List, a group of cat breeders, exhibitors, show judges, veterinarians, and other ailurophiles (cat lovers) throughout the world, representing most cat breeds and clubs worldwide.

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