Can Cats Eat Corn? Is Corn Safe For Cats?

Can cats eat corn? The short answer is yes, cats should be fine if they eat small amounts of corn. However, it is best left as a sometimes treat for kitty, not as a regular part of their diet. Here’s what you should know.

by Phillip Mlynar
June 13th

Summer Deck And Catio Safety For Cats

When the warmer months start to show up, we’re more likely to take advantage of any outdoors spaces we have in our living situations. This can also apply to indoor cats if you take the steps to construct a safe and secure catio for your feline or grant them monitored time on the deck.

by Phillip Mlynar
June 12th

International Sushi Day: Can I Feed My Cat Sushi? Best Not!

Depictions of cats in children’s books and cartoons usually show us that our beloved felines feast on a diet of nothing but freshly caught raw fish. However, as we gear up to chow down on International Sushi Day, let’s look into whether it’s safe to share your sushi with your kitty.

by Phillip Mlynar
June 7th

Can Cats Eat Yogurt? Is Yogurt Safe For Cats?

The good news is that most cats do fine with small amounts of plain yogurt. In fact, some may benefit from semi-regular spoonfuls to settle a sensitive stomach or stimulate their appetite. However, there are some things you should know about feeding your cat yogurt safely.

by Macy
June 5th

How To Safely Remove A Tick From Your Cat

The best way to protect your cat from ticks is to prevent ticks from being able to use your cat as a buffet. But let’s say you have found a tick on your cat. How exactly do you go about removing it? Here’s how to do it safely.

by Maggie Clancy
May 23rd

Cat Years: What Are They & How Long Do Cats Live?

There is a common misconception that every human year equals seven cat years. This is not how you accurately measure out cat years, which isn’t an exact number. Here’s what you should know about cat years and how long cats tend to live.

by Maggie Clancy
May 22nd

Chip Your Pet Month: The Ins And Outs Of Microchips For Cats

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’s the ins and outs of why it’s something you really need to get around doing before the month is out.

by Phillip Mlynar
May 16th

Cat Blood Types: Do You Know Your Cat’s Blood Type?

If you have ever donated blood or needed surgery, you are more than familiar with your blood type. But what about your cat’s blood type? Knowing your cat’s blood type can be vital in times of emergency. Here is everything you need to know about the different cat blood types.

by Maggie Clancy
May 16th

5 Eating Disorders That Affect Cats

Most cats love food, but for some, eating disorders can cause health concerns. While human eating disorders are well known, feline eating disorders aren’t commonly understood. Here are five cat eating disorders that you should know about.

by Mike Clark
May 15th

Cats And Cavities: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

As humans, we all know how important it is to undergo regular dental check ups, but are you aware that it’s also vital to stay on top of your cat’s dental health? Here’s what you need to know about cat cavities.

by CatTime
May 13th

5 Ways To Help Your Cat Live Longer

Your cat probably has a life expectancy of twelve to 18 years. That’s a pretty long time, but it’s not nearly enough. Of course, our cats can’t live forever, but we can certainly take steps to make our time with them last as long as possible.

by CatTime
May 10th

Diarrhea In Cats: Symptoms, Causes, And Treatments

As concerned pet parents, one of the problems most of us will face at some point is how to deal with diarrhea in cats. There are many possible causes of diarrhea, but we really just want our poor kitties to feel better.

by CatTime
May 1st

6 Things You Can Do To Become A Better Cat Parent

You might consider cats to be low maintenance pets, but that doesn’t give you an excuse to get complacent. Here’s a checklist of things to do right now to make yourself a better cat parent.

by Phillip Mlynar
April 30th

Safe Ways To Help Your Cat Lose Weight

Being overweight can be detrimental to a cat’s health. But, just like crash dieting is a bad idea for people, it’s a really bad idea for cats. If you want to help your kitty lose weight, follow these tips to make sure you’re doing it safely.

by Stephanie Dube Dwilson
April 30th

Cats And Catnip: What You Should Know

If you’ve ever seen your furry friend playing with it, you already know that catnip isn’t just a clever name. The plant’s effects on cats have been known for centuries, but there’s plenty to this feel-good herb that you might not know.

by CatTime
April 29th

Blood In Cat’s Urine: What It Means And How To Treat It

If you notice blood in your cat’s urine–known as hematuria–it’s not just shocking. It can also make you terrified for your kitty’s health. That said, you’ll be relieved to know that most issues that cause blood to appear in feline urine are easily treatable and resolve quickly.

by CatTime
April 25th

Adolescent Cats: What To Expect And What You Can Do

One day you have a cute kitten, the next you’re living with a teenage cat who’s decided it’s time to make their mark on the world—literally. Here are a few things you can expect to see with an adolescent cat–and some ways you can reduce the stress they cause.

by CatTime
April 23rd
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