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Catster is purring with delight to welcome the newest addition to our family: Excited Cats!

We have always aimed to be the most comprehensive resource for cats and cat owners, covering everything from cat nutrition and behavior to grooming and shopping guides. Excited Cats will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to our readers.

What Was Excited Cats?

Excited Cats was an independent website created and maintained by a passionate group of cat lovers, pet experts, and veterinarians. Their posts were created by cat-owning writers, editors, and vets with lifetimes of feline love and experience.

The site offered a wide range of cat-related content, including posts on cat nutrition, grooming, behavior, breed information, and practical applications such as “How to Name Your New Cat.” The website’s social media platforms provided a space for cat owners to share their experiences and seek advice from fellow cat lovers.

Prior to the union with Catster, Excited Cats had established itself as a go-to resource for everything cat-related, and its substantial following was a testament to its success.

What Does This Mean for Catster?

By merging with ExcitedCats, Catster has access to a team of cat-focused writers, editors, and veterinarians who prioritize helpful content and user experience. The combined expertise of both teams allows for more in-depth coverage of cat-related topics and the agility to stay updated with the latest trends in cat care.

We hope this merger with Excited Cats will create the ultimate destination for cat owners. But rest assured, all your favorite ExcitedCats articles can still be found here on Catster, and we’re looking forward to many more years of cooperation.

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