Indoor cats rarely encounter things that are more dangerous than vacuum cleaners, tumble dryers or toddlers. But the truth is that their instincts still dictate that they should always be cautious of rival cats and larger predators. Let’s find out what are the natural enemies of cats.
You’re excited for a new kitten arriving soon, but you must seriously re-evaluate your kitten’s safety in your house. What was safe up till now may not be so anymore.
If you have a cat, traveling might be a problem, no matter if you’re gone for just a couple of days or the whole summer. Not knowing what to do with your cat while on vacation may even become a reason for you to cancel your plans altogether. But it shouldn’t be that way.
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.
Some time ago, we talked about the advantages and disadvantages of having an indoor cat versus an outdoor cat. We, as many other pet care professionals, agree that the indoors is a way, way, way safer place for a cat to be. But that does not necessarily mean that your cat shouldn’t enjoy a bit of outdoor life, too. In today’s article, you will learn about several good (and safe!) ways of letting an indoor cat go outside.
How often you need to worm your indoor cat? Or can indoor cats get worms at all? It’s often assumed that indoor cats are never exposed to parasites; thus there’s no need to worm them. But what is the truth?
When buying a cat carrier, there are different sizes available at pet stores, so, logical would be a question: ‘How large cat carrier do I need?’ In this article, we want to answer the question above.
Getting a cat is extremely serious decision. It’s a living creature we’re implementing in our lives, and both sides are affected. Here’s a list of things to ask yourself, before getting sure whether you are ready, or not for your first cat.
We are starting new series on our site, which will look at most common things beginner cat owners, those who are getting their first cat, will need to know.
Do you have a bored cat in your house? Most indoor cats are bored, and that’s one of the most negative aspects of keeping your cat inside. However, indoors means safety, and we would surely love it if every cat was kept safe indoors and happy and active as well.