Cats have long been associated with Halloween. There are many legends and myths all throughout history that may have added to our modern connection between cats and this holiday. Here are a few that might provide some answers.
November 14th, 2019 is Guinness World Records Day. Naturally, if you dig into the archives of the Guinness World Records, you’ll come across some fantastic cat-related feats and achievements. Here’s a look at six of the most impressive cat world records.
Daylight Saving Time ends on November 3rd at 2:00am in 2019. Pets have a circadian rhythm–a biological clock that tells them when to eat, sleep, or exercise. When this rhythm is disrupted, it can cause a lot of anxiety. Here are some ways it can affect your cat and what you can do about it.
If you’re in the market to rescue or adopt a cat, there are many naturally quiet cat breeds that you can look out for in shelters and rescues. However, even if you already have a vocal cat, you can still train your kitty to be a bit quieter. Here’s what you need to know about quiet cats!
October 16th is National Feral Cat Day, so it’s a good time to talk about these kitties and how we treat them. When it comes to feral cats, opinions vary on whether or not humans should tame them. Should feral cats be tamed? Here are a few things you should consider before you answer.
Kneading is when your cat alternates their front paws in a rhythmic fashion on a soft, squishy surface. Cats knead on beds, on soft blankets, and sometimes, they knead their humans. Here are five possible reasons why your cat needs to knead.
Every year, October 24th marks United Nations Day. People all over the world love cats, and if anything can bring us together, it’s our feline friends! Check out five amazing and unique cat breeds from around the globe!
October 14th is officially known as Be Bald And Free Day. In honor of naturally bald cats across the world, here are six things you need to know about hairless felines.
When it comes to facts about tuxies, there might be plenty you don’t know, even if you have a tuxedo cat snuggling up with you at home right now. Luckily, CatTime is full of cat facts to help you learn and appreciate our feline friends even more!
Why do cats purr? It seems like a simple question with a simple answer. Cats purr because they’re happy, right? While this is true, cats also purr for reasons aside from showing how content they are. Here’s what you should know about why cats purr and what they’re saying.
If you’re looking to adopt a feline companion, you have a lot of choices to make. One of the most important is whether to get a kitten or adult cat. Both kittens and mature felines have their pros and cons. Here’s what you should consider.
There’s a very familiar odor is wafting from that corner where you keep the litter box out of sight. And now that smell is taking over everything. What can you do? There are many different factors that can contribute to stinky litter, so here’s a primer to help you figure out the solution.
You may have heard the term “Schrödinger’s Cat” referred to in party conversation or vaguely recall it from high school physics class. It’s a thought experiment, and it’s as famous as it is vexing. But what does it mean? Here’s what you need to know.
If you’ve come looking for facts about totally terrific tortoiseshell cats, you’re in the right place! Torties are sweet, lovable felines with a feisty side that’s sure to keep you on your toes. Here are a few facts you may not know about tortoiseshell cats with torti-tude.
The tabby cat is one of the most popular types of cats in America. But just because they’re common doesn’t mean they’re boring. In fact, there are plenty of fascinating facts about tabby cats that you probably don’t know, even if your own kitty is a terrific tabby.
Have you ever wondered why domestic cats purr but are never seen roaring? Meanwhile, big felines like lions can let out huge roars but never make a simple, happy purr sound. Scientists have a few ideas on why there’s such a divide between the two. Here’s the reason cats who purr don’t roar!
According to the Humane Society, only one in about three thousand calico cats is male. But why are male calicoes so rare? I did some investigating to find out why calico cats are almost always female.
We humans tend to think that when one of our pets licks us, it’s the equivalent of a “kiss,” and it is a way to show love. While love and adoration may be one reason why your cat is licking you, here are several other reasons as to why you may be receiving sandpaper kisses.
Although most cat diseases only affect other felines, there are diseases you can catch from your cat. While the risk of catching some of these ailments from your cat is low, it’s still helpful to know which illnesses can pass from your cat to you and how to prevent the spread of these diseases.
Ten percent of the human population has pet allergies, and cat allergies are twice as common as dog allergies. If you’re one of those allergic individuals, you may be wondering you can actually die from a cat allergy. Here is everything you need to know.
Catnip is an herb, scientifically called Nepeta Cataria, which is part of the mint family. It drives some cats absolutely crazy–but why? And why do some cats seem to not care about catnip at all?