There are many medications to treat and prevent fleas, but some cat parents rely on natural flea treatments for to avoid side effects.
Usually our feline friends can make almost gravity-defying jumps. These are not those cats. Check out these funny videos of cats who tried to jump.
National Pet Week is celebrated during the first full week of May to say thanks to the pets who fill our lives with love, happiness, and companionship.
Easter is on the way, and the holiday can present a few dangers for cats. Here are some helpful Easter safety tips for cat parents.
If you’re interested in helping animals that are waiting for forever homes at an animal shelter, there’s bound to be a volunteer position that fits you!
Now is a good time to do some spring cleaning. It’s important. Old, expired, or worn-out items can be a health hazard for our feline family members.
The third full week in March is National Poison Prevention Week. It’s a good time to talk about ways we can prevent accidental poisoning in our cats.
One thing many cat parents can count on every spring is a home covered in kitty hair. But there are some things you can do to deal with spring shedding.
As we humans grumpily “spring forward” and lose an hour of much-needed sleep, some feline friends are equally annoyed by the Daylight Saving Time switch.
March 13th is World Sleep Day — a day to celebrate sleep and its importance for our health. The kitties in these videos just can’t stay awake!
Professional Pet Sitters Week is celebrated each year during the first full week of March. It’s a perfect time to say thanks to the wonderful people who care for your kitties while you’re away or visit them while you’re at work.
Cats can easily be accidentally poisoned by many common things you probably have in or around your home, including plants, foods, and medications.
Your love for your cat knows no limits. Here are five of the best tips for making sure your kitty knows how you feel in honor of Love Your Pet Day!
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.
January 24th is Change A Pet’s Life Day! It’s a chance to celebrate making positive changes in cats’ lives, to raise awareness, and to encourage adoption.
January is International Brain Teaser Month, and your kitty might want to get in on the celebration with some of our favorite brain games for cats.
Christmas is almost here, and you can spread the love on social media with a few cat Christmas e-cards! Skip the hassle of mailing cards.
There are lots of mistakes humans make when it comes to celebrating the holidays that might totally ruin your cat’s Christmas.
The December holidays are here again. We’ve got you covered with some ideas for the best holiday gifts for cats and cat lovers!
Make sure all your neighbors and guests know that you’re ready to celebrate the meow-liday season with the twelve cat decorations of Christmas.
November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and it’s a great time to educate ourselves about the things we can do to prevent or treat cancer in our pets.