5 Reasons A Mother Cat Might Abandon Or Reject Her Young

It’s heartbreaking to think about a mama cat not accepting her babies, and you may be wondering why it even happens at all. The reasons are many and include a lack of maternal instincts, disease, and deformity among others. Here are some reasons a mother cat might abandon or reject her kittens.

by CatTime
16 Hours Ago

Top 10 Things Every Responsible Rescue Should Offer

Bringing home a pet from an ethical rescue is a great way to start a relationship with the animal that’s sure to be rewarding for many years. Make sure you take some time to review the rescue organization you want to adopt from. Here’s a checklist of what they should offer!

by CatTime
January 23rd

Top 5 Benefits Of Choosing A Mobile Veterinarian

Mobile veterinarian can help your cat get their annual wellness exam, as well as other treatments, without the stress of traveling. There are a lot of good reasons to choose a mobile vet that will make wellness exams and treatment easier for both you and your cat.

by Andee Bingham
January 23rd

5 Easy Hacks To Make Your Home A Better Place For Your Cat

Creating a fun, satisfying, and safe environment for your cat doesn’t have to cost a small fortune or take up hours of your time. In fact, with a little cat-centric thinking, you can easily retool your home to become a feline wonderland. Here are five super simple hacks to start cat-ifying your abode.

by Phillip Mlynar
January 22nd

The 6 Best Ways To Clean Cat Pee In Your Home

You probably know that cat pee can be incredibly difficult to get rid of completely. Even if you can’t smell it anymore, your cat might be able to, and they might be drawn by that scent to pee in the same place again. Here are the best ways to clean cat pee when it lands outside the litter box.

by Stephanie Dube Dwilson
January 22nd

Latest News and Reviews

6 Super Bowl Party Safety Tips For Cat Lovers

Super Bowl Sunday is almost upon us. Maybe you, like many Americans, are looking forward to a party with friends, food, drinks, and football. However, a Super Bowl party can be very different from a cat’s perspective. Here are a few tips that will help you make sure your cat is safe during the big game.

by Mike Clark
January 21st

Anesthesia: Is It Safe For Cats? When Is It Necessary?

Vets and doctors understand anesthesia better today than they did several decades ago. It’s fairly safe when administered properly with up-to-date protocols. Anesthesia still poses some risks; although, bad reactions to anesthesia rarely happen in cats, and there are ways to reduce those risks.

by Mike Clark
January 21st

Can Cats Eat Popcorn? Is Popcorn Safe For Cats?

Can cats eat popcorn? There isn’t a quick yes or no answer. While popcorn by itself isn’t toxic to cats, many of the toppings and additives commonly used on popcorn can be. Popcorn kernels can also be a choking hazard to cats. Here’s what you should know about cats and popcorn.

by Phillip Mlynar
January 17th

Cat Dandruff: What You Need To Know

Dandruff is different than cat dander, which is compromised of a cat’s saliva and dead skin cells. It can be a symptom of many different issues that your cat may have. Some are rather benign, but other times, dandruff can be a sign of something more serious.

by Maggie Clancy
January 17th

Can Cats Eat Peanuts? Are Peanuts Safe For Cats?

Can cats eat peanuts? The short answer is yes, cats can safely eat peanuts. Although, there’s not really any nutritional reason why you should actually be feeding your cat peanuts on a regular basis. And as always, you must ask your vet first. Here’s what you should know.

by Phillip Mlynar
January 16th

What Can I Do If My Cat Isn’t Getting Enough Exercise?

Many cats, seem quite happy to have a lazy lifestyle every day if left to their own devices, especially indoor cats. But there are steps you can take to ensure that your cat is getting adequate exercise. Here are a few ways you can help a cat stay active and healthy.

by Phillip Mlynar
January 16th
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