Keeping cats off counters, away from trash bins and plant pots, or out of certain areas may appear complicated at first, but not after you include a cat deterrent in the process.
Is your cat having fun indoors? While most people agree that cats are safe indoors, one should not force a cat to live inside four walls without providing a stimulating environment. Cats need the outdoors, and, if the outdoors has become dangerous, the best part of it must come inside. In this article you are going to learn how to make your cat’s surroundings more appealing, fun, stimulating, and a closer match to life outdoors.Read more...
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...
Cats are not observed yawning that often; however, there are many individual cats that do this a lot. If your cat yawns at you, does this mean they find you boring?
Diabetes has increased among dogs and cats over the last several decades. Some say it may simply be because pets live longer, giving them a greater chance to develop diabetes. However, it’s also hard not to notice that the lifestyles and diets of dogs have changed radically.
False pregnancy in cats, also known as pseudocyesis, is a state when some true pregnancy signs are present in a non-pregnant female cat. Most people have heard about false pregnancy in dogs, but a similar, though not as common, condition can occur in female cats.
In this article, you are going to learn what hepatic lipidosis in cats is, what causes it, and most important, how to treat and avoid feline hepatic lipidosis in the future.
When a female dog is coming into heat, inexperienced owners usually handle this situation in one of two ways. One is to flee in panic about what to do, whether they should take time off from work, how to, when to… The second approach is to ignore the fact and treat their dog as they usually do.
Do you struggle to keep your cat off the kitchen counter? You are not alone. For many people, including those who love their cats and consider them part of the family, counter tops in the kitchen are places they would like to see free of cats. Unfortunately, cats love to climb. Combine this with curiosity, and you will find it is hard to prevent a cat from jumping on a kitchen counter. Or is it?
Is your cat having fun indoors? While most people agree that cats are safe indoors, one should not force a cat to live inside four walls without providing a stimulating environment. Cats need the outdoors, and, if the outdoors has become dangerous, the best part of it must come inside. In this article you are going to learn how to make your cat’s surroundings more appealing, fun, stimulating, and a closer match to life outdoors.
Is your cat stealing food from the table? Many cats do this—and not always because they are hungry. Stealing food is similar to hunting, and Mother Nature dictates to the cat that, if an opportunity arises, it must be taken. But not everyone wants to eat from the same plate with the family cat. In this article, you are going to learn how to stop your cat from stealing your food.