Cat Care

We provide expert guidance on all aspects of Maine Coon ownership. From grooming to health problem, our team of experienced writers and veterinarians are here to help you give your feline friend the best possible care.


7 Best Best Natural Antibiotics For Cats Infection

PawperCare Team

If you are looking for safe and natural ways to treat your cat's infections, you may want to check out this list of 7 natural antibiotics for cats that you can use at home.


6 Ways To Tell If Your Maine Coon Cat Is Depressed

PawperCare Team

Can cat be depressed? The answer is yes. Check out these signs to see if your cat suffer from depression and what can you do to help.


When Do Maine Coon Cats Stop Growing?

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The Maine Coon cat is the most giant indoor cat in the world, but not all Maine Coons grow that large. You might want to monitor your cat's growth to ensure they are healthy and well-nourished. But when do Maine Coons stop growing?

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How to Check for Fleas on Cats: A Comprehensive Guide

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Have you ever seen your cat scratch and bite its skin constantly, particularly around the neck, tail, and back legs? If it continues, you should worry about the fleas problem. Take a look at how to remove the fleas on your cats.


Maine Coon Cat’s Health Problems You Should Be Aware Of

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Like any other breed, Maine Coon cats may be prone to certain health issues. In this post, we will let you know the common Maine Coon cats' health problems you should be aware of, focusing on the most common issues and their symptoms.


How to Introduce a New Maine Coon Cat into Your House and Help It Adapt?

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Bringing a new cat home can be exciting for you and your feline friend. However, making the transition as smooth as possible is essential to ensure their happiness and well-being.


Maine Coon Cat Itchy Ears: Cat Ear Mites vs. Ear Wax

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Are your cat's ears constantly itching? Itchy ears can be a common issue for cats, but identifying the underlying cause is crucial to help your feline friend feel better.