Important Holiday Safety Reminder For Cats
Safety tips for a merry Christmas with cats
Holiday Safety Tips For Cat Lovers
As humans prepare for the holidays, what may be safe for them may be deadly for cats; here are 5 hazards and one benefit to what's been called "the greatest time of year."
How To Cook A Thanksgiving Meal That Your Cat Can Enjoy
Has your cat feasted on a Thanksgiving meal? Let us know in the comments below!
How To Induce Vomiting In Cats
If your cat eats Halloween candy, you may need to know how to do this. Important information every cat owner should know because after your cat has consumed something toxic is not the time to be searching online how to do things like this...
ID Tags, Microchips, And Your Cat’s Safety
This tiny chip, implanted (safely and painlessly) between your cat's shoulders, remains with the animal his entire life. Consider it a valuable back-up plan should your cat's tags become removed or the collar lost.
Debating Keeping Your Cat Indoors, Or Letting Them Outside Sometimes?
Should you let your cat outside, or keep her inside? We examine the pros and cons on both sides, and provide safety tips and advice to keep your cat safe — in both areas.
Keeping Pets Safe In A Disaster
Wildfires and other natural disasters can occur without warning, forcing thousands to flee their homes. Evacuation procedures have improved in recent years, and more plans are including pets.
July 5th Is The Busiest Day Of The Year For U.S. Animal Shelters
On July 5, while many people relax after Independence Day, some spend the day searching desperately for their lost pets who were frightened by July 4 fireworks.
July 4th Safety Tips For Your Pet
The top five 4th of July holiday tips, including firework safety, proper diet, costumes, and more advice to make Independence Day safe for humans and pets.
St. Patrick’s Day Safety For Your Cat
There are a few hazards all pet owners should keep in mind before heading out to their St. Paddy’s Day festivities — and we aren’t just talking about leprechauns.
10 Safe Ways For Your Cat To Play
Many cat toys may actually be dangerous for your cat. Here are some things to look out for and how to help keep your cat interested in playing activities over time.
The Case For Indoor Cats
A large number of cats are allowed unsupervised access to the outdoors on a part or full-time basis, but many dangers lurk outside that can harm or kill companion animals.
Cats And Kids: Keeping Both Safe
Children become more responsible around age 9 to 12, which is an ideal time to get a cat. These tips provide guidelines so that your child and cat can co-exist safely.
Pet Safety During Halloween
Halloween night can be fun for humans, but for pets it can be a very scary time; check out these tips and pointers to help keep your four-legged friends safe.
Summer safety for your pet
Summer is here and that means fun in the sun for us and our four-legged family members. While long days spent frolicking outdoors creates priceless memories, it can also pose hidden dangers to your pet. By following these simple guidelines, you can ensure your pet enjoys summer safely. Keep your dog hydrated Pets that play […]
Record cold temperatures: Keep pets safe
With record cold temperatures battering the Midwest, and the mercury dropping for much of the rest of the country, here's how to take care of your pets.
Fire safety for Fido and Fluffy
Tuesday, July 15, is National Pet Fire Safety Day, as hundreds of home fires are started by pets and wild animals each year; here are preventative steps you can take.
Keep your pet safe this Valentine’s Day
It’s Valentine’s Day; before jumping into the festivities, look at these tips about pet safety, as chocolate, plants, and even underwear(!) could be deadly for pets.
The dark reality of pet theft
Pet theft is one reason dogs and cats seemingly vanish from their owners; here are some ways to protect you and your beloved four-legged friends from this awful trend.
Keep your cords and pets safe
Does your Kindle bear tooth marks? Has your dog destroyed countless remote controls and sets of headphones? You’re not alone: Pet owners are full of tales of animal-related electronic woes. Christie Keith of Davisburg, Mich., is on her fourth Kindle. Her Scottish Deerhound, Rawley, has a taste for them. He has also demolished six Kindle […]