We all want our cats to lead their fullest, longest lives. Unfortunately, even the healthiest of cats can have their lives tragically cut short because of preventable accidents. That’s why we, as pet parents, have to do what we can to keep our kitties safe.
As a cat mom, I can’t imagine my life without Pookie. Who would wake me up if I hadn’t made the decision to adopt her seven years ago? And who would have filled my life with so much love and joy? Here’s the story of how Pookie came to be my alarm clock and changed my life for the better.
Female cats who haven’t been spayed will go into heat in a cyclical fashion. Cats in heat can mean a lot of work for an owner, especially if the owner is keeping the cat intact specifically for breeding. If your cat is not spayed and she is acting strangely, there is a chance she is in heat.
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.
January 22nd is National Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day! We get to think about what questions our cats would ask us, then answer those questions for our kitties’ benefit. Do they understand our answers? Who knows? It’s just for fun!
While things like gingerbread cookies, presents, and holiday music may make us humans feel festive, there are certain aspects of Christmas that may have your cat thinking this holiday is solely about them. Here’s why your cat believes Christmas is all about celebrating their feline glory.
If you still want to be festive without running the risk of your kitty destroying the Christmas tree–or worse, like having serious issues after ingesting tinsel–there are ways to have a tree without having a tree. Here are seven Christmas tree alternatives for folks with mischievous kitties.
Many cat lovers may toy with the idea of giving their family or a friends a kitten for Christmas. It can be tempting to give an adorable furball as a present. But along with all of that cuteness comes a lot of responsibility. If you want to give someone a kitten as a present, here are a few rules to follow.
The table is set and the turkey is cooked to perfection–and somehow your cat has turned your intricately folded napkins into a new scratch toy. Cat owners have a unique Thanksgiving experience; no question about it. Here are five Thanksgiving traditions that cat lovers are all too familiar with.
Want to include your cat in your Thanksgiving feast? Here are the top human foods to give (and avoid) on Thanksgiving Day for your kitty.
One of the best parts about celebrating Thanksgiving is sharing homemade food with those you love. Your cat is certainly no exception to this circle of love! Why not show your cat how thankful you are for them by making some delicious DIY Thanksgiving treats?
There’s no better feeling than knowing a friend of yours is a new cat parent, and therefore, a future crazy person, just like you. With the holidays on the way, it’s a great time to get them a gift to welcome home the new feline.
Need some cat-themed stocking stuffers for the cat person in your life? The holidays are right around the corner, but there’s still plenty of time to choose a great gift. Get something for the cat fan in your life that will help them show off their cat-itude all year long!
November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month, and we cat lovers could not be happier about it. We know that kittens are adorable and hard to resist, but there is so much to love about owning a senior cat. Here are five reasons senior cats rule.
Most cat owners consider themselves Crazy Cat Ladies 365 days a year, and Halloween is as good of a time to show it off as ever. If you are looking for a last minute costume to put together, chances are good that you already have everything you need to make a Crazy Cat Lady costume.
If you’re in the market to rescue or adopt a cat, there are many naturally quiet cat breeds that you can look out for in shelters and rescues. However, even if you already have a vocal cat, you can still train your kitty to be a bit quieter. Here’s what you need to know about quiet cats!
Kneading is when your cat alternates their front paws in a rhythmic fashion on a soft, squishy surface. Cats knead on beds, on soft blankets, and sometimes, they knead their humans. Here are five possible reasons why your cat needs to knead.
When it comes to facts about tuxies, there might be plenty you don’t know, even if you have a tuxedo cat snuggling up with you at home right now. Luckily, CatTime is full of cat facts to help you learn and appreciate our feline friends even more!
Why do cats purr? It seems like a simple question with a simple answer. Cats purr because they’re happy, right? While this is true, cats also purr for reasons aside from showing how content they are. Here’s what you should know about why cats purr and what they’re saying.
You may have heard of the term “splooting” floating around the internet in reference to our animal pals. But what does it mean? And do cats sploot? Here’s what it means so you can tell if your cat does it!
Dwarf cats, commonly referred to as munchkin cats, are nothing short of adorable on paper. Unfortunately, those looks come at a price. They’re the result of genetic deformities, and breeders cash in on the kittens’ cuteness. Here’s what you should know.