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Cats with FLUTD can be made more comfortable and stay in the home!

I have to admit the following comes from my wife, Michelle (AKA “the Catwoman!). I am just not this smart! Feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD) describes a variety of conditions that affect the bladder and urethra of cats. Cats with FLUTD most often show signs of difficulty and pain when urinating, increased frequency of urination, and

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What is a Tiffany?

STORYTIME with Carolyn! Let’s talk about Jade! But first.. let’s talk family background! Chocolate Chip (second picture) was a CCA registered Sable Burmese male we had the pleasure of owning. Kona *now named Shug, and 18 years old* is a Natural Mink Tonkinese (3rd picture). Pretty babies! Jade (first picture) was the first Tiffany *now

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Easter Lillies are beautiful but, deadly to cats!

It is Spring and the Easter lilly is going to be a common flower on tables everywhere this weekend. Lillies are beutiful but they pose great dangers for cats! Lillies are a member of the lilium family and are really dangerous for our feline Family members. Here are some tips from the Pet Poison Hotline!

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Kittentanz owner, Michelle, discusses urinary troubles in cats:

Whenever I hear of changes in a kitty’s litter habits, the first advice I give our customers is to see your vet for urinalysis, blood work, and a physical exam to rule out health problems.  There are many health reasons for a cat’s litter habits to change, such as obesity, impacted anal glands, diabetes, urinary

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Stress and the “Dog like” Siamese and Tonkinese!

The personalities of Siamese and Tonkinese are special and make for unique and wonderful companions but are sometimes accused of being loud or grumpy…. Siamese and Tonkinese cats and their relatives are very affectionate and talky. Not all affectionate cats are clingy or loud, but they may be, particularly when feeling stressed.  One of the

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Why we feed Purina Products – Michelle Harrsion AKA “The Catwoman”

I often must defend my choice to feed Purina to my cats, yet my customers and friends are usually surprised to hear that one third of my actively breeding cats are technically senior or geriatric cats.  Furthermore, our vet has just examined these older cats and found no diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney disease, heart

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Siamese dangers heat up in Summer!

Keeping your kitty out of mischief is a daily duty, but owners have to be extra vigilant during the summer, when threats to your cat’s well-being generally rise with the temperature, says Michael Stone, a veterinarian who specializes in small animal care at Cummings School. He points out a few of the hazards and offers

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How to take better Holiday photos of your kittens!

Kittentanz’s Customers often do not believe how easy it is to get good photos of your favorite Kittentanz Kitty!  During these holidays, when you go to take pictures of your furry friends,  we hope that these pointers will make you get better results! The first thing we must discuss is your camera.  Here at Kittentanz

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Cleaning carpet for the holidays

I had a conversation today about a timely topic with folks thinking of company.  If you have pets and/or children and have carpet, too, then you need to clean carpeting!  My back ground is industrial cleaning chemistry, so I can help. My favorite products are Resolve carpet cleaner and Bissell Proheat Pet deep cleaner.  The

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We are Michelle and Bill Harrison and we have been breeding and selling kittens together for over 40 years. Kittentanz Cattery is in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains and we specialize in traditional “Applehead” Siamese kittens, and traditional Tonkinese kittens.


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