Keeping your cat indoors may seem an impossible task if you are like most cat owners. When you go out, when you come home, or when you try to let fresh air in, your cat is already there and scoots right out at the first possibility. In some cases, you may not even notice him.
Dry cat food was invented by the pet industry as an alternative with longer shelf lives, lower costs of ingredients and logistics and greater convenience for cat owners. No wonder it sells well, because people are the ones who make buying choices, not cats.Read more...
In the previous article, we talked about the most common reasons why cats become overweight or obese. Some of the feedback we’ve received was in the spirit of, “So what if my cat is chubby? He isn’t gonna die because of it, right?”. Well, actually, cats do die of obesity.Read more...
Spaying or neutering a cat seems a very responsible step for pet owners to take, and pet owners are increasingly viewing this surgery as an obvious thing to do. That’s good.
But have you ever wondered whether there are two sides to the story? In this article, you are going to learn not only the benefits of spaying or neutering cats but the disadvantages as well.Read more...
Does your daily schedule look like this: “Wake up, have breakfast, work, work, make dinner, do the laundry, watch TV, put kids to sleep, have fun, shower, brush teeth… oh shoot, I forgot to play with my cat. Okay, I’ll do it tomorrow… Wake up, have breakfast…”Read more...
It’s been a while now, but our cat used to wake us up at 4 a.m. every night. At the exact same time. Actually, we also did exactly the same thing every night – we gave her canned food. It was a lovely solution, because we could get back to sleep a few minutes later. But it kept happening each and every night – again, and again, and again ….
Hyperthyroidism is among the most common diseases in middle-aged and older cats, and untreated hyperthyroidism can have a lethal outcome. In this article, you will learn how to recognize symptoms of hyperthyroidism in cats and what to do if you suspect your cat might have it.
More and more sources recommend avoiding meat byproducts in our pets’ food. They say we should check whether meat is the first ingredient and avoid grain and meat byproducts on the label. But is this true? Let’s talk about what byproducts are, whether byproducts are bad and whether you should avoid byproducts in your cat’s food.
Dry cat food was invented by the pet industry as an alternative with longer shelf lives, lower costs of ingredients and logistics and greater convenience for cat owners. No wonder it sells well, because people are the ones who make buying choices, not cats.
Did you just bring your cat home from a veterinary clinic and noticed that you don’t remember much of what your vet told you? Don’t worry! In this article, you are going to learn how to take care of your cat after surgery and to make sure the recovery process is fast, safe and as pleasant to you and your animal as possible.
Cats are all about climbing, leaping, and perching, yet for most of them, the highest location available is a chair, a sofa, or sometimes, when the owner is not watching, the kitchen counter. In this article, you will find eight reasons why your cat needs cat trees, shelves, perches, wide window panes, and access to your computer desk.
What is the best cat litter to use? Which fights odor the best? Which one prevents litter tracking? Which is preferred by most cats? With so many options on the market it is easy to get confused and even worse, there isn’t a single answer to this, because each cat litter type has its own advantages and disadvantages. So, in this article you are going to find what the best cat litter is for you and your cat.
Is your cat acting too aggressively as you play with him? It’s more common that kittens and young cats bite when playing, but if the behavior is not stopped early, it may continue into adulthood, when the cute little bites of a cute little kitten become harsh and painful.