Your love for your cat knows no limits, and you want to make sure that your kitty understands how much of a special place they hold in your heart. Here are five of the best tips for making sure your kitty knows how you feel in honor of Love Your Pet Day!
February is Responsible Pet Owners Month, and its a great time to learn about ways to keep your cat in shape and in good health. A solid diet and exercise program can help your cat get out of life in the fat lane and help them live longer.
Creating a fun, satisfying, and safe environment for your cat doesn’t have to cost a small fortune or take up hours of your time. In fact, with a little cat-centric thinking, you can easily retool your home to become a feline wonderland. Here are five super simple hacks to start cat-ifying your abode.
You probably know that cat pee can be incredibly difficult to get rid of completely. Even if you can’t smell it anymore, your cat might be able to, and they might be drawn by that scent to pee in the same place again. Here are the best ways to clean cat pee when it lands outside the litter box.
Super Bowl Sunday is almost upon us. Maybe you, like many Americans, are looking forward to a party with friends, food, drinks, and football. However, a Super Bowl party can be very different from a cat’s perspective. Here are a few tips that will help you make sure your cat is safe during the big game.
Many cats, seem quite happy to have a lazy lifestyle every day if left to their own devices, especially indoor cats. But there are steps you can take to ensure that your cat is getting adequate exercise. Here are a few ways you can help a cat stay active and healthy.
January is International Brain Teaser Month, and your kitty might want to get in on the celebration. Your cat needs mental stimulation to stay happy and healthy. Try keeping your kitty’s mind active with some of our favorite brain games for cats.
A blizzard is a dangerous winter storm that has large amounts of snow, winds in excess of 35 mph, and visibility less than a quarter mile. In other words, you and your pets do not want to be caught outside in one! Here are some things you should know about keeping kitty safe during a blizzard.
The winter months may be a time to stay cozy and warm, but when it comes to grooming your cat, they may not always be calm and quiet. Here are some tips to help make winter grooming a little better for you and your kitty.
You can pick up on the early signs of feline hearing loss by paying attention to certain behaviors, like your cat seeming to becoming less responsive to sounds you make, sleeping heavier than usual, or meowing louder than normal. Here’s what you should know.
November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month, so it’s a good time to go over preparing your home for an older feline, whether you plan to adopt or your current kitty resident is getting up there in years. Here are a few ways you can make your home more senior-cat-friendly.
Most cat owners consider themselves Crazy Cat Ladies 365 days a year, and Halloween is as good of a time to show it off as ever. If you are looking for a last minute costume to put together, chances are good that you already have everything you need to make a Crazy Cat Lady costume.
There’s no way around it–when you adopt a new cat, you’re going to need to provide them with a litter box to use. Not only that, but you might have to teach your cat how to use that litter box. Here are the basics.
Sometimes, adopted cats will instantly form strong and trusting bonds with the new humans in their life. In other cases, you’ll need to work on building up trust with a new cat. Here are some tricks and tactics you can take to help get a cat to trust you.
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!
September 28th is known as Ask A Stupid Question Day. In the spirit of this odd hashtag holiday, no question is too silly to ask, especially before adopting a cat! Here are three things first-time cat owners might be relieved to know the answers to.
When a hurricane is approaching your home, you need to be concerned for the safety of your whole family, including your cat. It’s’ important to have a disaster preparedness plan so you know exactly what to do to protect all of your family members, even the furry ones.
Food puzzle toys have been shown to reduce stress and boredom in cats, and they’re very easy to make on your own. Give these do-it-yourself puzzles a try!
Wildfires endanger natural resources, property, people, and of course, beloved pets. If you haven’t already prepared your human family and pets with a plan that includes what to do in the event of an evacuation, now is the time.
There’s a term, “high rise syndrome,” specifically coined for when cats fall out of windows in tall buildings. Its especially prevalent in summer months when people keep windows open to let fresh air in. So how do you go about keeping your cat safe? Here are some tips.
Feeling tiny bits of litter sand between your toes whenever you’re barefoot in the home kind of comes with the cat owning package. Fortunately, there are ways you can help your messy kitty keep their litter in the box and not scattered all around it and your home.