People who acquire their first cat, or who finally decide to give scheduled feeding a try, may feel clueless with questions such as how often should they feed their cat. Above all, you must remember that feeding a cat is not a “paint by numbers” process, and you will always be able to come up with a solution that suits both your cat’s nutritional needs and your schedule.
Recently, we listed a number of benefits from regular playing with your cat. Most of these benefits exist because play increases your cat’s activity level. With regular physical activity, your cat’s health improves and boredom-related behavior problems fade away. But, hey, there are many ways to keep an indoor cat active.Read more...
When talking about stress, we usually acknowledge that it may damage our wellbeing, productivity and health. But did you know that our pets, like dogs and cats can also encounter the stress? In this article you will learn everything you need to know about stress in cats. What is the stress, what causes it, and most important, how to relieve stress in your cat.Read more...
Should I spay my dog? It is one of most asked questions to veterinaries. Many owners feel huge responsibility when taking this step and they want to be sure if it won’t harm dog’s health and self-esteem.Read more...
Did you know cats were killed for profit in Ancient Egypt? Or have you heard about the First cat sent in space, who, luckily survived the trip? Form god-like attitude, through mass inquisitions to the most popular pet in the world nowadays, cats have played an important role in the World history. Here is a list of 6 weirdest facts about the domestic cats from the history books.Read more...
Are you tired of cat litter getting tracked all over the floor? It may seem like a minor problem in the beginning (nothing compared to eliminating outside the box), but it can really get on one’s nerves to be around cat litter everywhere, every day. In this article, you will […]
Bringing a new cat home is fun, especially if there are already a few of them waiting for a buddy. Cats are social animals, but at the same time, they are extremely territorial and suspicious. In nature, cat colonies rarely accept newcomers. But it is workable at home in a controlled environment.
Diarrhea is quite common in people and not so rare in pet animals too. But is it something to worry about? Yes, it is. Diarrhea is one of the most common signs of intestinal disorder in dogs and cats and, like with any sudden changes, diarrhea or even softening of stools should be paid attention to, if not warrant a vet visit.
Cat feeding is easy, right? Or it was for centuries, before the science kicked in and began to tell us what is good and bad for cats to eat. Here is a list of the 11 most common mistakes when choosing cat food. See if you are sinning with any of these.
In this article, you are going to learn how to keep your cat’s teeth clean, without brushing, through the use of different cat teeth cleaning products.
Most cat owners are terrified at the thought that they may need to brush their pet’s teeth, not to mention hearing that they may need to do so every day.
A shiny side of the coin, though, is that brushing your cat’s teeth may seem impossible at first, but with correct training and an understanding of how to do so, the process not only becomes readily accepted by your pet but takes just a few minutes of your time.
How often should you brush your cat’s teeth, and is infrequent brushing worse than not brushing at all?
In our previous article, we concluded that you should brush your cat’s teeth. And lazy as humans are, most pet owners first come up with a question: “How often should I brush my cat’s teeth?“
In this article, you will learn not only how frequently cat tooth brushing is required, but also why inconsistent brushing may be worse than not brushing at all.
Do you brush your cat’s teeth? A poll at Caster.com shows that more than two-thirds of cat owners do not clean their cat’s teeth. But do you brush your own teeth? We know that most people do, and they don’t need a reason. Yet when we tell our clients they should […]
Is it possible to get rid of the smell from a cat litter box without tucking it away in the basement? Cat litter box odor appears to be one of most common reasons that people choose not to have a cat. We have three cats ourselves, and their litter box rarely smells. How do we do it? Here’s how: