Moving homes with a cat shouldn’t be hard, or, at least not something to stress about. Fortunately, if you consider in advance your cat’s needs during the move, you both will be fine. In this article, you will find advice to make changing houses with a cat as smooth and painless as possible.
Did you bought a new cat tree lately, assembled it and placed at the best spot in your house, but suddenly, your cat is not paying ANY attention to it? Or maybe he is even afraid? What a waste of money… This article will help your cat to love his new furniture!
One of the best ways to handle an aggressive cat is to leave him alone and let calm down. But as you share your home with an aggressive cat, you will inevitably come to a point where an interaction must take place. Below you’ll find several tips for owners of aggressive cats. You’ll learn to handle your uncontrollable cat with safety and confidence.
Electronic cat feeders are great devices that are serve food to your cat at preset times, scheduled by you. They have many benefits. The most famous benefit is the ability to “forget” about feeding your cat. Set it up and that’s all, besides filling it up and supervising its normal functioning.
The easiest way to pill a cat is to hold him tightly, open his mouth, insert the tablet, close his mouth, and rub his neck while you wait for him to swallow the pill. In theory. In this article, you are going to learn different ways to pill a cat easily without holding or ever touching him.
Soiling a bed or slippers is usually associated with a conflict between the cat and the owner or some other stress, which may falsely suggest that it is an act of revenge. It isn’t.
Let’s say, a sausage disappeared from your table and you suspect that your cat is to be blamed. You look him up, and, after “exchanging” a few words, you are convinced. The cat has that guilty look. And it isn’t the first time. But what if we told you that cats don’t feel guilt or shame?
Playing with your cat provides numerous benefits. Unfortunately, not all cats are equally enthusiastic about playing. Some cats love to follow toys with their gaze but never jump on them. Some do play, but only on Tuesdays, while others do not really seem to care at all. In this article, you will learn how to get a lazy cat to play with toys.
Will spaying or neutering stop your cat’s aggression? In veterinary practice, it is common to suggest neutering toms whenever they show any kind of aggression. This is probably because neutering a cat is a reasonable thing to do, regardless of how aggressive the cat is.
Did you know cats have “whiskers” on the backs of their front legs? Take a look at your cat’s forearms, and you’ll notice a few small tactile hairs growing on them. But what are they for? Why do cats need whiskers on their legs?