FIV-Feline Immunodeficiency Virus: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

    Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is an infectious disease found in cats that’s often compared to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It weakens the immune system of infected cats and makes them susceptible to infections and diseases that don’t normally attack healthy felines. Here’s what you should know.

    by CatTime
    March 5th

    How Good Nutrition Can Improve Your Pet’s Coat & Skin Health

    According to VCA, about 25 percent of vet visits for dogs are due to skin problems. When nutrition issues are at the root of those problems, they are often due to unbalanced diets, either due to their being poorly homemade or poor-quality commercial foods.

    by Amanda K. Fowler
    March 4th

    The Case For Indoor Cats: A Step-By-Step Guide

    Outdoor cats face many dangers lurking outside that can harm — or even kill — our beloved felines. Here are a few reasons indoor cats tend to be safer and live longer, and why you should keep your kitty inside your home if at all possible.

    by CatTime
    February 24th

    50 Famous Quotes About Cats

    We’ve collected 50 of the most memorable cat quips spoken or put to pen by famous people from all walks of life. Read the funny, heartwarming, and profound quotes about cats below, uttered by such luminaries as Albert Einstein, Emily Dickinson, and Ernest Hemingway!

    by CatTime
    February 23rd

    Happy World Spay Day: Time To Get It Done

    World Spay Day is observed on the last Tuesday in February every year. It’s a day to promote awareness and encourage pet owners to have their female animals spayed — as well as neutering their male pets — to keep the pet population under control.

    by CatTime
    February 22nd

    Introducing A New Cat To A Household With A Resident Cat

    One of the more stressful parts of cat parenting is bringing a new cat into a home with a resident cat. But there are some steps you can take to help make the transition a peaceful one. Here’s a week-by-week guide to a good first impression.

    by CatTime
    February 22nd

    Are Cat Vaccinations Necessary?

    Vaccination is a medical procedure, and the decision to vaccinate is made based on the risks and benefits for each individual cat. To not vaccinate our pets is not an option. Here’s what you should know.

    by Dr. Arnold Plotnick
    February 18th

    The Most Common Causes Of Aggression In Cats

    Aggressive pet cats can be a serious cause of concern for cat parents. Vets define aggression as threatening behavior towards other cats or humans. It’s a very common problem. Here’s what causes it.

    by CatTime
    February 16th

    Tips To Keep Your Cat Safe This Valentine’s Day

    Looking for a little romance on Valentine’s Day? Make sure and look out for your pet’s safety, too, as items that show affection can be deadly for dogs and cats. Here are some tips for keeping furry family members safe on this holiday.

    by CatTime
    February 14th

    4 Types Of Games To Play With Your Cat That Tap Into Their Inner Hunter

    What games do cats enjoy the most? Ones that harness the true hunter inside them, says Joan Miller, a veteran all-breed cat judge and vice president of Cat Fanciers’ Association, the world’s largest registry of cat breeds. Here are a few kinds of games that will bring out your cat’s hunter instincts.

    by CatTime
    February 12th

    So Your Kitten Bites? Here’s What To Do

    Your new kitten is adorable and cuddly. But sometimes, at night, they transform into a violent wolverine, attacking your hands and feet with wild abandon. Fortunately, there are ways to keep your kitten from sinking their little fangs into your ankles every time you turn away.

    by CatTime
    February 4th
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