Can cats eat mushrooms? The short answer is it depends. Most store-bought mushrooms are safe for felines, and many cats even enjoy the taste. However, cats shouldn’t eat wild mushrooms, as they can be poisonous. Here’s what you should know.
Dwarf cats, commonly referred to as munchkin cats, are nothing short of adorable on paper. Unfortunately, those looks come at a price. They’re the result of genetic deformities, and breeders cash in on the kittens’ cuteness. Here’s what you should know.
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.
Mark this year’s World Rabies Day, September 28th, by making sure your pets are up-to-date on their rabies vaccinations, and encourage friends and family to do the same for their pets. Help us spread the word to promote prevention and raise awareness around the globe.
The answer to that question is yes, cats can eat eggs in moderation, though you must ask your veterinarian before you feed eggs to your cat. There are many situations where eggs can be harmful to cats. Here’s what you should know.
The answer to that question is yes, most cats can safely eat some tuna, but only in moderation and only under certain conditions. In some circumstances, tuna can be very harmful to cats. Here’s what you should know about feeding tuna to cats.
Obesity is a growing problem in cats. It’s estimated that ten to 30 percent of the cats seen by veterinarians are overweight. There’s a good chance their life span will be shortened because of it! Here are some tips to get your cat in shape and keep them that way.
The answer to that question is yes, most cats can safely eat some rice, though there are a few exceptions. You should always ask your veterinarian before feeding your cat any human foods, including rice. Here’s what you should know about feeding rice to cats.
It’s always fun to learn new and interesting facts about cats, and even kids love random trivia about their animal pals. So take a look and learn with these cat facts. Test your knowledge, share with friends, and dish out some tidbits to a young cat lover in your life!
The short answer is a resounding yes, you can feed your cat chicken. However, as with all foods, you should ask your vet first and follow a few guidelines. Read on to discover some of the safety considerations involved when feeding chicken to a domestic cat.
Hold on! Isn’t forcing your cat to work for food cruel? Well except in cases where physical health, disability, or limited mobility prevents it, it’s actually beneficial for cats to use their brains to find food for themselves. Here’s what you should know.
Is it safe to you share your freshly baked loaves of bread with your cat? Can you let your cat sneak a nibble of your toast or bagel? The short answer is yes, cats can eat bread, but there are some exceptions and things you should know before you share any bread with your kitty.
The answer to that question is technically yes, most cats can safely eat small, infrequent servings of cheese. However, there are many exceptions, so it is very important that you consult your veterinarian before sharing cheese–or any human foods–with your cat.
August is Peach Month in the United States, so check out this guide to which parts of a peach you can safely feed your cat. Is it safe for your cat to each a peach? The short answer is yes, but there are some exceptions and things you should know before you feed peaches to your kitty pal.
We all know the benefits of getting a massage as humans. It can be incredibly relaxing and can help lower blood pressure, improve circulation, soothe sore joints, and more. Turns out, these benefits of massage aren’t exclusive to humans; they are amazing for cats, too!
While your cat might seem fine snacking on all sorts of greenery, there’s a long, precise list of plants cats can and can’t safely eat. Ahead of More Herbs, Less Salt Day on August 29th, let’s dig into five cat-safe herbs that you can feed to your feline without worrying.
Even if your cat is a strictly indoor cat, a well-timed escape and slip into the pool can quickly become tragic. Or maybe you have an adventurous cat who loves to take a dip! Whatever the case, here are a few tips for keeping your cat safe when you have a swimming pool.
Controversial Munchkin cats may be trendy to some people who find them cute, but those short legs actually come from a genetic mutation, and some cat breeders intentionally breed this trait into their felines. Is it cruel to breed cats with genetic deformities intentionally?
Every day, your cat goes to the litter box, walks around inside it, and even covers their business up before they leave. Then they may go straight to jumping on your nice kitchen counters, into your lap, or onto your dining room table. Is this sanitary? Have you ever wondered just how dirty your cat’s paws are?
Cats are obligate carnivores, meaning they need meat. There are, however, many natural foods that you can add to your cat’s meat serving that will help protect against a variety of diseases and conditions and boost your cat’s overall health.
Outdoor cats’ paws can suffer bad burns and can even have nerve damage from excessively hot pavement or other surfaces. Here’s how to keep your outdoor cat’s paws safe without cooping them up inside for the next few months.