Cats And Carriers: The Ins And Outs
Although most cats like to hide in boxes, they seem to have a built in aversion to cat carriers.
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.
Taking time to identify your pet’s needs and researching the many cat beds on the market means sweet dreams for both you and your cat.
Just as with children’s toys, one of the keys to success is to rotate cat toys, leaving a toy out just a few days then putting it away for a while for reintroduction later.
If there’s one purchase every cat family needs to make even before bringing home their cat, it’s a cat carrier. These portable kennels make it easy to transport your cat safely, whether that’s for a trip to the vet, a move, or a vacation. The least expensive type of cat carrier is the cardboard carrier. […]
Cat furniture and scratchers
With their natural ability to climb trees and survey their territory from a high vantage point, cats have a need to rise above the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Climbing and scratching are two of their natural requirements that, when met with cat furniture, can keep your cat happy — and your own furniture […]