Now is a good time to do some spring cleaning. It can be tough to keep up with replacing and repairing all the stuff that we need to take care of our cats, but it’s important. Old, expired, or worn-out items can be a health hazard for our feline family members.
Have you sorted out your plans for Saint Patrick’s Day yet? Whether you’ll be out celebrating with friends in a bar or at home rustling up a traditional Irish feast in the kitchen, how about taking the holiday in a feline-themed direction?
March is National Crochet Month, a holiday started by the Crochet Guild of America. Here are five cat-themed crochet projects to hopefully inspire you to create your own crochet works of art, and maybe even make something nice for your kitty!
Do you feel guilty when you’ve been out late or gone for a long time? You’re not alone. A lot of cat lovers feel the same way about leaving their cats at home. Here’s what you can do to feel less guilty.
National Bubble Week takes place during the second week of March, and it’s meant to remind us of the joy of bubbles! To celebrate, check out these hilarious YouTube videos of cats playing with bubbles!
Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is an infectious disease found in cats that’s often compared to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It weakens the immune system of infected cats and makes them susceptible to infections and diseases that don’t normally attack healthy felines. Here’s what you should know.
Did you know that March is National Craft Month? It’s a time of the year to inspire your creative instincts and get you crafting, so let’s spotlight five cat-themed crafting projects you can order online and get started on right away.
We all loving having two-way chats with our cats from time to time. However, at three in the morning, the calling, meowing, and howling can be a bit much. Here are a few ways to stop the cat noises from getting out of control.
Entrusting your cats to a sitter while you leave town can be very stressful—and may not always go perfectly. But you can take steps that will help you find the best pet sitter possible. Here are a few things you should know about choosing a cat sitter.
Professional Pet Sitters Week starts on March 1st in 2020! We know you love your cat sitter or you wouldn’t have hired them. But how do you know if your cat loves the pet sitter you picked? Here are a few “fur sure” signs that you found the perfect sitter for your furry companion.
March 1st kicks off Professional Pet Sitters Week in 2020, and if you’re not a pet sitter, you have all the reasons in the world to be jealous. There are lucky people out there whose day-to-day workload involves visiting cats and kittens and acting like the carefree aunt!
Sure, we’ve all seen photos, videos, cartoons, and movies where cats happily lap up milk. It’s an old cliché at this point. But the truth is most cats can’t digest milk at all. Here’s what you should know about cats and milk.
Outdoor cats face many dangers lurking outside that can harm–or even kill–our beloved felines. Here are a few reasons indoor cats tend to be safer and live longer, and why you should keep your kitty inside your home if at all possible.
We’ve collected 50 of the most memorable cat quips spoken or put to pen by famous people from all walks of life. Read the funny, heartwarming, and profound quotes about cats below, uttered by such luminaries as Albert Einstein, Emily Dickinson, and Ernest Hemingway!
One of the more stressful parts of cat ownership is bringing a new cat into a home with a resident cat. But there are some steps you can take to help make the transition a peaceful one. Here’s a week-by-week guide to a good first impression.
Cats are wonderfully self-sufficient pets. But adopting a cat also comes with a large degree of responsibility, even if most times it seems like our feline overlords are largely content to be left to their own devices. Here are a few golden rules of cat ownership.
Cats may not always run to the door with their tails wagging when you get home like dogs do, but they have plenty of other ways they show their love. Here are a few signs that your cat loves you.
Did you know that February 23rd is a holiday officially known as Play Tennis Day? The occasion is meant to inspire us humans to pick up a racket and hit the court, but it seems like cats are also very much fans of the sport. Watch the videos!
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reports 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats have some kind of oral disease by the age of three. That’s why National Pet Dental Health Month, observed all through February, is so important.
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.
Usually our feline friends can channel the spirits of their jungle-dwelling, tree-climbing ancestors to make almost gravity-defying jumps. These are not those cats. Check out these funny videos of cats who tried to jump, but failed.