Cat Vaccination Myths And Misunderstandings

    It’s not unusual for cat guardians to misunderstand which cats need which vaccinations and when, plus what protection has to offer. So let’s explore some common myths and misunderstandings to set the record straight.

    by Dr. Pippa Ellott BVMS, MRCVS
    October 16th

    6 Tips For Keeping Your Pets Safe On Halloween

    It’s our duty as pet parents to keep our fur babies safe on Halloween. The following tips can help you protect your animal family during this holiday, which is one of the most dangerous nights of the year for pets.

    by CatTime
    October 2nd

    10 Photos Of Your Cat That We DON’T Want To See

    There are a few cat photos out there that make us cat lovers shake our heads and ask why anyone thought it would be a good idea to post them. We just want to comment with, “Hey, fellow cat lover, no one wants to see that.” Here are a few pics of kitties we’d rather not see.

    by CatTime
    September 17th

    World Jump Day: 22 Amazing Cats In Flight [PICTURES]

    Some cats can jump up to six times their length or over eight feet in a single bound! We’ve found some kitties who are ready and willing to get in on the fun of World Jump Day on July 20th. Check out these felines in flight!

    by CatTime
    July 17th

    Cat Facts: Celebrating Our Top 10 Favorite Feline Facts

    As unique as they are, cats also boast an exceptional set of characteristics that set them apart from every other species on the planet, including other domesticated animals. What makes them so special? Check out our top ten favorite feline facts to find out!

    by CatTime
    July 13th

    Summer Safety: Follow These Tips To Keep Your Cat Safe In A Heatwave

    Summer has arrived, which means the hot weather is here to stay for a while. That also means that we need to protect our cats when the heat gets extreme. A heatwave can be dangerous for outdoor and indoor cats, alike. Here are a few tips to help you keep your cat safe in a summer heatwave.

    by CatTime
    June 22nd

    Adolescent Cats: What To Expect And What You Can Do

    One day you have a cute kitten, the next you’re living with a teenage cat who’s decided it’s time to make their mark on the world—literally. Here are a few things you can expect to see with an adolescent cat–and some ways you can reduce the stress they cause.

    by CatTime
    May 22nd

    Kitten Season: What To Do If You Find Kittens

    “Kitten season,” as many people call it, lasts from about March to September in the United States, but that can vary depending on the region and climate. What if you come across a kitten or a litter of kittens somewhere? What should you do? Here are a few guidelines.

    by CatTime
    March 20th

    9 Ways To Show Your Cat Love On Valentine’s Day

    It’s February, so Valentine’s Day is on our minds. Are you wondering what to do for your favorite feline? You should be! But never fear. Here are some delightful ideas to celebrate with your furry feline family!

    by CatTime
    February 14th

    Top 10 Things Every Responsible Rescue Should Offer

    Bringing home a pet from an ethical rescue is a great way to start a relationship with the animal that’s sure to be rewarding for many years. Make sure you take some time to review the rescue organization you want to adopt from. Here’s a checklist of what they should offer!

    by CatTime
    January 23rd

    Top 15 New Year’s Resolutions For Cats This Year In GIFs!

    We’re sliding into 2020, and with a new year come New Year’s resolutions. We’ve got our own list of human things to work on this coming year, but I’ll bet your cat has their own resolutions, too! What will your cat get up to in 2020? Maybe they’ll make a few improvements, just like these cats!

    by CatTime
    December 31st

    Tips For Keeping Pets Safe In A Natural Disaster

    Wildfires, hurricanes, earthquakes, and other natural disasters can occur without warning. Evacuation procedures have improved in recent years, and more plans are including pets. As a pet parent, your disaster plan should includes all of your family members, including non-human ones.

    by CatTime
    November 19th
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