The short answer is no, cats can’t safely eat cherries. While the flesh of a ripe cherry itself is not toxic to cats, both the pit and other parts of the cherry plant can be highly dangerous for felines. Here’s what you should know.
The short answer is yes, cats can eat cantaloupe. Letting a cat snack on some cantaloupe provides more than a few health benefits, especially because the fruit is high in both fiber and water. Here’s what you should know.
You’re probably aware that May 9th is Mother’s Day in 2021, right? But even if you’re not a mom or don’t know any moms of human kids, we can still celebrate the holiday as a feline-focused occasion to honor all the cat moms out there! Here are some great ways to celebrate Mother’s Day with cats.
Have you ever thought about which type of cardboard box is the best fit for your cat? Is it an oversized moving box? The ubiquitous Amazon Prime box? Or even a raggedy shoe box you long forget to throw away? Well, wonder no more
The short answer is yes, cats can eat green beans. There are a number of health benefits that green beans confer on a cat, and in some cases, green beans can actually help with feline weight loss. Here’s what you should know.
The short answer is generally no, cats can’t safely eat tomatoes; however, a small piece of a ripe tomato should not adversely affect your cat. That said, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) lists tomato plants and unripe tomatoes as being toxic to cats.
The short answer is no, cats can’t safely eat garlic. For humans, garlic is seen as a positive addition to any person’s diet. But for cats, it’s considered by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) to be toxic. Here’s what you should know.
May is known as peak spring time for many of us, but it’s also Chip Your Pet Month. So if you haven’t yet had your cat microchipped, here are the ins and outs of why it’s something you really need to get around doing before the month is out.
National Adopt A Shelter Pet Day happens on April 30th. It’s a day to get the word out about animals in shelters waiting for forever homes, and — hopefully — it’s a day for people to bring home new, furry family members. Here’s what you should know!
You may easily clean up the occasional build up of gunk in your cat’s eyes, but eye discharge in cats could also indicate a more serious condition or an infection that needs treating. Here’s what you should know.
A fever in your cat is a symptom that can signal illnesses, infections, or more serious diseases. When it comes to fevers in cats, vets consider a body temperature of over 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit to be the threshold. Here’s what you should know.
What if you notice that your cat is sneezing a lot? Should you have cause for concern? The short answer is yes, if your cat is sneezing frequently then it’s best to err on the side of caution and contact your vet. Sneezing in cats could be nothing to worry about, or it could be a sign of a serious issue.
The short answer is no, cats can’t safely eat yeast. If a cat eats yeast, it can lead to a case of bloat or alcohol poisoning — and both situations could require a visit to an emergency veterinarian. Here’s what you need to know.
The short answer is yes, cats can eat nutritional yeast. In fact, there are health benefits that nutritional yeast can provide for a kitty. However, this is not the same yeast in bread or rising dough recipes. That type of yeast is highly dangerous for cats. Here’s what you should know.
The short answer is yes, cats can eat chia seeds. When it comes to supplements for your cat, chia seeds can be a great option due to the number of health benefits they can provide, along with how easily you can add them to your feline’s existing meals.
Eye swelling is a common issue in cats that can be brought on by a number of different causes. In some cases, swollen eyes can be a mild problem to overcome, but it can also be a side effect of a more serious issue. Here’s what you should know.
Should you get a cat to help with your anxiety or depression? The short answer is, well, maybe. But it should not be your sole reason for adopting, and you must make sure you can handle the burdens that come with pet parenting. Here’s what you should know.
The short answer is yes, cats can eat chicken broth. There are positive benefits that can come from a cat eating chicken broth, and simply adding a little to your cat’s food can help ensure your cat takes on more water and stays hydrated.
April 21st is officially recognized as Banana Day! You’ll probably be happy to know that most cats can occasionally eat bananas without problems, but there are exceptions. Here’s what you should know about cats and bananas.
Do you wonder whether cats dream? Well, the answer might surprise you. Scientists have confirmed that cats do, in fact, dream while they sleep! Here’s what you need to know about cats dreaming and what those dreams might be about.
The short answer is yes, cats can eat spinach. The leafy green vegetable is a great source of vitamins and minerals, along with fiber which can help out with digestion problems. But it should be noted that there are certain cats who should avoid spinach due to a few potential medical issues.