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 23rd

    How To Make Sure Your Pet Actually Wants To Take Their Vitamins

    Just when you think you’re clever by burying that tablet into a mound of peanut butter or mixing it into their food, your pet proudly leaves their vitamins in the clean bowl behind them, But that doesn’t mean you have to give up on giving them their vitamins. Here are a few tips!

    by Amanda K. Fowler
    March 4th

    9 Of The Most Serious Cat Diseases You Should Watch For

    When you bring your cat in for a check-up, your veterinarian may draw blood or recommend preventative care routines, like a dental cleaning or grooming. But what are some of the most common serious ailments for cats that your veterinarian wants to help you prevent and control? Here’s what you should know.

    by CatTime
    March 3rd

    How To Give A Cat A Bath When You Absolutely Have To

    Your cat is dirty, and you know they need a bath. Groomers are expensive, and you don’t want to spend the extra cash. Luckily, it’s actually easy to bathe your cat at home, as long as you prepare in advance and keep a few basic things in mind.

    by CatTime
    February 17th

    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

    Follow These Tips To Help Your Dog & Cat Get Along With Each Other

    If you live in a multi-species household, having your dog and your cat get along is an absolute essential for harmony in your home. It’s easier if your dog and cat grow up together; however, it’s still possible to integrate an adult dog into your home with your adult cat.

    by Robert Thomas
    February 11th
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