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It’s 2016. Does it even make sense to ask whether you should have an indoor or an outdoor cat? The view that most, if not all, cats should live in the safety of indoors as opposed to going outside freely is not only widespread; it is often considered weird or inhumane to think otherwise. But the question still makes sense, and we’ll explain why in this article.
Not all cats are the same when it comes to riding a car. Some are scared or violent, some get sick, but some are as chill as can be. Here are few tips to take a cat on a car ride.
Is your cat frequently running in circles, trying to catch imaginary objects, zooming back and forth over the room or even climbing curtains? Even though cats are well known sprinters, such sudden bursts of activity, at their extremes, can raise a lot of eyebrows.
When your cat attacks you, do you flip out and want to get back at him? We bet it’s hard not to. However, while punishing a cat can quiet him down, relieve your frustration, and make you feel better, it has disadvantages in the long run.
Rat poison or rodenticide toxicosis is an alarmingly common condition in veterinary medicine, especially at early spring when people declare war to vermin on...
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.
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.