Cats and kittens can be delightful additions to a family, and between nine and twelve years of age, children start to become more responsible, making this an ideal time to get a cat. Here are a few things to keep in mind that will help your cats and kids stay safe around one another!
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.
January 21st is Squirrel Appreciation Day! To celebrate, here’s one from the way back files! A cat named Tammy fed, washed, and took care of two abandoned baby squirrels as if they were her own kittens. Watch and share the video to show some appreciation for our furry, rodent friends!
Whether it’s a sharp sweater, a warm jacket, or yes, an adorable turtle costume, tons of pet parents have played dress up with their four-legged friends. National Dress Up Your Pet Day on January 14th is the perfect day to celebrate your pet’s impeccable fashion sense.
National Dress Up Your Pet Day is January 14th, and you may be thinking about dressing your kitty up in a cute bow tie or a sweater. But before you dress kitty up as, step back and think about your cat and his or her personality. Here’s a quick guide to see if it’s right for your cat to dress up.
We’re ready to start the countdown and ring in 2020, and some of our feline friends are joining the fun. Make sure to play this at your New Year’s Eve party and crank the volume really loud. Everyone will appreciate it!
Some cats absolutely love the outdoors, even in winter. Other cats wouldn’t dream of getting their paws all wet and cold in the snow. However, we’ll never know which our felines are until we let them test that wet, white stuff out for themselves, like the cats in this video.
It’s time for the winter holidays, and what better way to celebrate than with adorable Christmas kittens? These sweet, little furballs are ready for Santa to slide down the chimney with lots of gifts. Here are 20 Christmas kittens who are loving their first holiday season!
Cats certainly warm our hearts in the cold months. There’s nothing like a furry friend to purr and snuggle with you by the fire. The kitties in these pictures are ready for you to take their pictures for Christmas cards and spread some cheer via the postal service.
Do you live in an area that gets lots of snow? Enough to make snowmen and snow angels–and possibly even snowcats? Here are some pictures for inspiration so you can build your own snowcat!
It may seem odd to think that a feline would enjoy getting their paws cold and wet, but cat logic is impossible for our human minds to understand. One cat even went so far as to build an igloo in the snow! Check out the video.
If your cat gets outside in cold temperatures, you’re going to need to find them quickly. If they’ve been out long enough, hypothermia could set in. Here’s what you need to know about hypothermia (low body temperature) and how to prevent it from ever happening to your beloved furry friends.
Watching a kitten climb the stem of a Christmas tree is undeniably adorable, but beware! Danger lurks, as well. The Holiday Season is fraught with peril for curious kitties who are easily overlooked in the commotion and rush. Let’s talk about cat holiday safety tips!
I hope you have a wonderful eight nights celebrating the Festival of Lights with the cats you love. Hanukkah is a time of year for fun and family, and that includes our furry family members. Here are 30 adorable Hanukkah cats who would also like to say, “Chag Sameach!”
Thanksgiving is a holiday to spend with friends and family, and that includes our cats. But some parts of our Turkey Day celebrations just aren’t safe for our feline friends. Before you defrost the turkey and welcome guests, read these Thanksgiving safety tips all cat lovers should keep in mind this holiday.
Although holidays often buzz with fun and commotion, they can be scary, or even downright dangerous, for cats. However, a host can make a Thanksgiving Day celebration safe for cats relatively easily with a few simple precautions.
Is your feline feeling a bit cramped? Cats can really benefit from a few simple additions to their homes, such as well-place cat beds and blankets, boxes and condos, ramps, walkways and steps, and cat doors. Here are a few inexpensive changes you can make to give your cat more space.
Most cats start to enter their senior years when they are eight to ten years old. The signs of aging set in when cells start to deteriorate faster than they can repair themselves. It often happens so gradually that we don’t notice at first. Here’s what you should know about senior cats and care.
November is designated as Pet Diabetes Month. It’s a month to help educate pet owners about the symptoms, treatments, and management of diabetes in our furry friends. The goal is to raise awareness and help pet owners recognize diabetes in their animals so they can seek appropriate treatment.
November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month, so it’s a great time to talk about all the advantages sweet senior kitties have to offer! In shelters, older cats are often the last to be adopted, and therefore, the first to be euthanized. So here’s a list of reasons to give that quiet senior kitty in the corner another look.
November is National Adopt A Senior Pet Month–a month dedicated to helping older pets find loving forever homes. If you care about sweet senior animals, help spread the word throughout November. We can help older pets find homes together. Here’s what you should know about older pets.