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    Let’s Talk About Holiday Safety Tips For Cat Lovers

    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!

    by CatTime
    December 1st

    Top 5 Thanksgiving Safety Tips For Cat Lovers

    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.

    by CatTime
    November 25th

    4 Inexpensive Ways To Create Extra Room In Your Home For Your Cat

    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.

    by CatTime
    November 19th

    Road Trip: 7 Car Safety Tips For Families With Cats & Dogs

    When you have a family of dogs, cats and humans, how do you safely get the furry members of your family to the vet or grandma’s house for a nice visit? And if you want to take a long car trip, what do you do with your pets? Here are seven car safety tips for multi-species families.

    by CatTime
    November 12th

    November Is Pet Diabetes Month! Help Raise Awareness

    November is designated as Pet Diabetes Month. It’s a month to help educate pet parents about the symptoms, treatments, and management of diabetes in our furry friends. The goal is to raise awareness and help humans recognize diabetes in their animals so they can seek appropriate treatment.

    by CatTime
    November 10th

    Senior Cats: The Basics Of Proper Care And What To Expect

    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.

    by CatTime
    November 9th

    How To Have A Happy & Safe Thanksgiving With Your Cat

    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.

    by CatTime
    November 6th

    The Advantages Of Adopting A Senior Cat

    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.

    by CatTime
    November 5th

    Why Do Cats Bite? What Can You Do About It?

    Even the sweetest cat might nip or bite if the occasion arises. The reasons for this behavior make sense to the cat, even though it may seem unprovoked to you. Here are a few possible explanations for your cat’s biting, along with a few possible solutions for curbing the unwanted behavior.

    by CatTime
    October 26th

    What Does Helping Shelter Animals Mean To You?

    They say that with volunteering, you get back so much more than you give. I sort of cringe every time I hear that. Not because it isn’t true, but because it’s too simple; it doesn’t convey the depth of the experience.

    by CatTime
    October 22nd

    How To Get Your Cat Into Their Carrier Comfortably

    Many cat parents have walked away with arms covered in scratch marks after trying to force an unwilling feline into their carrier. So, if you get anxious even thinking about getting your cat into a carrier, try these hints.

    by CatTime
    October 22nd

    Should My Cat Be Using The Toilet?

    Should your cat be using the toilet? After all, dealing with a litter box is a hassle, and it can get pretty smelly. Wouldn’t it be best if you could just train your feline friend to use the same toilet you use? The short answer is “no.” Here’s why.

    by Marilyn Krieger, CCBC
    October 21st

    7 Symptoms You Should Not Ignore In Your Cat

    Pet parents are always looking for ways to save money on their animals. Unfortunately, this also sometimes leads people to delay seeking medical care because they’re uncertain if a visit to the vet is absolutely necessary. Here are some common clinical signs that you should never ignore in your cat.

    by Ernest Ward
    October 21st
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