Creating a fun, satisfying, and safe environment for your cat doesn’t have to cost a small fortune or take up hours of your time. In fact, with a little cat-centric thinking, you can easily retool your home to become a feline wonderland. Here are five super simple hacks to start cat-ifying your abode.
Can cats eat popcorn? There isn’t a quick yes or no answer. While popcorn by itself isn’t toxic to cats, many of the toppings and additives commonly used on popcorn can be. Popcorn kernels can also be a choking hazard to cats. Here’s what you should know about cats and popcorn.
Can cats eat peanuts? The short answer is yes, cats can safely eat peanuts. Although, there’s not really any nutritional reason why you should actually be feeding your cat peanuts on a regular basis. And as always, you must ask your vet first. Here’s what you should know.
Many cats, seem quite happy to have a lazy lifestyle every day if left to their own devices, especially indoor cats. But there are steps you can take to ensure that your cat is getting adequate exercise. Here are a few ways you can help a cat stay active and healthy.
Can cats eat ice? The short answer is yes, cats can safely eat ice. Of course, you must ask your vet before giving your cat ice, just to make sure kitty’s teeth are in good shape. Here’s what you should know about giving ice to cats.
Cats have nine lives. Cats always land on their feet. Yes, these sayings are all well and good, but in the real world there are some vital safety steps that you absolutely must put into place at home to ensure that your feline avoids harm. Here are some helpful safety tips.
Can cats eat cranberries? The short answer is yes, cats can safely eat cranberries. Although, as is often the case with human foods and felines, there are some big exceptions and sensible precautions you should definitely take. Here’s what you need to know about cranberries and cats.
Can cats eat pickles? The short answer is no, cats shouldn’t really eat pickles. While the cucumbers most pickles are made from aren’t poisonous to cats on their own, pickles definitely contain way too much salt for a feline diet. Here’s what you should know.
Can cats eat onions? The short answer is no, cats can’t safely eat onions. While the tiniest amount might not cause any noticeable illness, onions are dangerous to cats in most cases, not least because of the fact that they can cause anemia. Here’s what you should know.
Those paws were made for walking, but that’s not all they do! There are tons of interesting facts about your cat’s amazing and adorable paws that you might not know. Here are six facts about your cat’s paws that you probably haven’t thought about before.
January 21st is Squirrel Appreciation Day, and that’s good news for some of our kitties. Hopefully your cat doesn’t actually catch any squirrels and bring them home as presents. Check out these five videos of felines who are absolutely obsessed with squirrels.
If you have an indoor-only cat, an exercise wheel might provide a good way for them to keep moving, even though it may look a little funny. Check out these six videos of cats getting in shape for the New Year with a little help from their exercise wheels.
January 14th is known as International Kite Day. Of course, as cat lovers, our favorite kites feature flying felines floating in the breeze! So in honor of this celebration, here’s a showcase of five of our favorite cat-centric kites on Instagram.
The second Tuesday in January is Poetry At Work Day, and it’s a great day to share some poems with friends and coworkers in the office. Of course, our favorite poems are centered around cats! In honor of this day, here are four poems where cats take the starring role.
Usually, we keep to the resolutions for a few weeks before we discover that our old habits were more fun. This idea of skipping out on New Year’s resolutions is something that cats are all about, just like us humans. Here are five new year’s resolutions that cats are guaranteed to break within minutes.
If you consider yourself a trivia buff, then January 4th is one of the most wonderful times of the year. Why? Because it’s officially known as National Trivia Day! We’re obsessed with cat facts and obscure feline trivia at CatTime, and we’re always excited to share tidbits with our fellow cat lovers.
January 3rd is Festival Of Sleep Day! The idea behind the hashtag holiday is to catch up on any sleep or rest you might have missed during all the hullabaloo of the holidays. Of course, if you’re a cat, stacking up your daily sleeping hours is not exactly much of a hardship.
All around the world, December 31st is celebrated as New Year’s Eve. But did you know that the date is also officially recognized as No Interruptions Day? It sounds like an occasion to enter a period of calm and quiet reflection; although, your cat might have other ideas.
We all know the usual Christmas myths and legends, like Santa Claus climbing down chimneys to deliver presents to children across the world. But over in Iceland, there’s a much weirder cat-themed Christmas tale that you might not have heard about. It’s called Jólakötturinn–or, more colloquially, Iceland’s Yule Cat.
Winter is here, which means it’s time to holler the ancient cry of, “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!” When those snowflakes come cascading down, cats also like to get in on the frosty fun and games. Although, as you’ll see with these five videos, it’s not always smooth sailing.
Hanukkah kicks off on December 22nd in 2019 and lasts for eight nights. Recently we’ve been noticing that cats seem intent on getting in on the Jewish observance. Let’s round up all the ways “Hanu-cats” are celebrating Hanukkah!