There are a few cat photos out there that make us cat lovers shake our heads and ask why anyone thought it would be a good idea to post them. We just want to comment with, “Hey, fellow cat lover, no one wants to see that.” Here are a few pics of kitties we’d rather not see.
I know it’s hard to think of a time before the internet, but there was. And it may surprise some youngsters to know that cats were just as pervasive in pop culture way back then as they are now. Here are some of the greatest older–and newer–cat songs of all time.
There are plenty of things we’d like to say to human parents. Our cats manage to be well-behaved, well-groomed, polite members of society while human kids run amok. If only we could advise parents with our expertise, the world could be a more cat-like place.
High powered world leaders need friends too, and who better to listen to your troubles and woes than a furry feline friend? Here are 5 world leaders who loved cats.
Cats love–and need–to scratch. That’s just a fact. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to say goodbye to claw-mark-free furniture. The first and perhaps most important item in your anti-furniture-scratching arsenal is a proper cat scratching post.
While most cats may appear stoic and independent in nature, the sudden disappearance of you or your kids during ‘back to school’ time can cause a lot of stress. Here’s how to make the transition back to the grind of the school year for your cat as easy and calm as possible.
The death of a pet is the first loss that many of us can remember. As a parent, knowing the best way to assist your child in this loss can be overwhelming, especially when you are also trying to deal with your own grief. Here are a few words of advice.
The solitary cat myth persists despite stories of cats following their humans to the bathroom, pushing their way onto their people’s computers or laps, spooning under the covers at night, snuggling with each other, or grooming their friends. So what’s the deal? Why does it persist, and is it deserved?
Labor Day is coming up on September 2nd, 2019! Here’s a salute to eight esteemed real life jobs for cats that need to be recognized and appreciated by all cat lovers!
As anyone who lives with a cat knows, it’s also imperative that our feline friends drink enough fresh water, especially during the hot summer months. Unfortunately, sometimes cats can seem reluctant to sip from their water bowls, which is where water fountains can help stimulated their thirst.
Cats are highly intelligent, motivated, and very trainable if you use the right tools. The best of these tools might just be clicker training. Here are the top five tricks you can teach your kitty within just a week or so.
Sometimes the sheer amount of social media feline footage can seem overwhelming, right? That’s where CatTime steps up and presents to you the five best cat videos you need to watch each and every month. Here are August’s essential kitty flicks.
Back To School Month starts in August, and you may not have thought about it, but the season can be a time of adjustment for your cat, especially if the household becomes quieter during the day once the kids are no longer running around. Here’s how you can help your feline!
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!
August is a banner month for fish-related hashtag holidays. Not only is it officially recognized as Catfish Month, but it’s also celebrated as Fishing Month. So let’s dig into five excellent YouTube videos that spotlight domestic cats trying their best to battle and interact with fish tanks.
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.
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.
What is a person to do when their lonely cat would definitely benefit from some social interaction but is hellbent on being a rebel loner? Here are a few tips to help slowly but safely introduce your lonely cat to the idea of socialization and other boredom-busters.
If you’re the kind of person who has visitors in your home often, you’ll probably want a cat who’s calm, cool, and friendly with strangers. While almost all cats can be socialized, certain breeds have a natural friendliness to strangers that might help them take to unfamiliar faces with ease.
When you adopt a cat, especially one who’s been longing for a loving forever home, you’re welcoming a ball of fur into your life that will shape the way you live, change the way you love, and leave you a different, better person.