October is National Pet Wellness Month. Sponsored by the American Veterinary Medical Association, the goal of this day is to educate pet owners on the importance of regular wellness exams and preventative healthcare. Here’s what you can do to keep your cat healthy and happy all year long.
Scientists have found that different genetic combinations can affect the color, pattern, and length of a cat’s fur. Sometimes these combinations seem surprising. But what does that mean for orange cats? Are all orange cats male?
Dogs like to get the spotlight in movies, but we all know it’s the cats who steal the show when they appear on screen. They can be cute and cuddly, intelligent, and fierce, but they always leave an impression. Check out the most famous movie cats of all time!
Spaying and neutering are considered part of being a responsible pet owner today, but that wasn’t always true. We’ve made positive strides in the last few decades. In honor of Spay & Neuter Awareness Month, learn more about the history of these important procedures.
The outside temperature is dropping, the days are growing shorter, and your cats don’t seem to play as much. What’s going on? Are they cold, sick, or simply hibernating? Here’s some information that can help you determine what’s going on with your cat in the winter months.
Is your cat in pain? Have you or would you ever considered treating your ailing cat with medicinal marijuana?
“People are always amazed that we can do the same thing in animals. But if you think about it, people are just another species. And so all those tools that are used on humans, we can use on animals.”