Around Halloween, some people use black cats in rituals or as living decorations only to be tossed out when the holiday is over. How awful! So when the time of Halloween comes around, it’s important to keep black cats safe from harm!
Halloween marks the beginning of the holiday season for us humans, but did you know that next to the 4th of July, this October holiday is the most dangerous time of year for our pets? Here are some things to watch out for and safety tips to guarantee your cat stays out of danger
Cats have long been associated with Halloween. There are many legends and myths all throughout history that may have added to our modern connection between cats and this holiday. Here are a few that might provide some answers.
If you’re looking for some cat-themed jack-o-lantern ideas or you just want to admire some fine feline pumpkins, we’ve found some of the best kitty inspired gourds on the internet. Check out some amazing cat pumpkins people have created for Halloween!
Cats tend to be a lot more sensitive and emotional than most dogs, which is why you see far fewer cats dressed up for Halloween than dogs. Here’s how to determine if dressing up your cat is a good idea and, if so, how to pick a costume that won’t send you to the hospital for deep claw wounds!
Are you getting in the mood for Halloween? It’s always fun to read scary stories by the masters of thrills and chills, especially if they feature creepy cats. Here are five spooky stories that feature kitties. Check them out… if you dare!
If you find out that your cat has managed to eat some Halloween candy, then it’s important to call your emergency veterinarian straight away. The vet will ask about what types of candy your cat might have ingested and will attempt to work out which potentially poisonous ingredients your cat has eaten.
It’s our duty as pet parents to keep our fur babies safe on Halloween. The following tips can help you protect your animal family during this holiday, which is one of the most dangerous nights of the year for pets.
Labor Day is coming up on September 7th, 2020! Here’s a salute to eight esteemed real life jobs for cats that need to be recognized and appreciated by all cat lovers!
Some cats are born on the 4th of July. Others are just proud to have a loving forever home in the USA. The true American cats in these pictures are showing off their patriotic side for Independence Day!
While you’re out shooting off bottle rockets and capping off celebrations at a 4th of July fireworks show, shelter intake centers and city animal control officers are prepping for July 5th — what is annually the busiest day of the year for shelter intakes.
The 4th of July is on the way, and that means backyard barbecues, fireworks, and party guests dressed in red, white, and blue. Unfortunately, it also means dangers for our cats that we need to watch out for. Here are some safety tips.
Father’s Day is Sunday June 20th in 2021! Happy Father’s Day to all the cat dads out there! Every cat dad deserves to be treated like a celebrity for a day. Here are eleven celebrity cat dads and their favorite felines to celebrate Father’s Day!
Father’s Day is June 20th in 2021, and we at CatTime want to send out a special “Happy Father’s Day” to all the cat dads out there! On this special day, join us in honoring the guys who take good care of their cats. Here are 15 cat dads and their kitties to celebrate Father’s Day.
If there’s a cat dad in your life, don’t forget him this Father’s Day. It’s coming up on the third Sunday in June. Show your kitty dad just how much you love him with these awesome, thoughtfully-selected gifts.
The mama cats in these stories have motherly instincts and will do whatever it takes to protect their youngsters, even if their kids aren’t the same species. Whether moms are biological, adopted, or foster, they deserve to be celebrated on Mother’s Day.
Cat moms take care of their kitties all year long, and they deserve a special day in their honor. If you haven’t done your Mother’s Day shopping yet, there’s still time to get a gift your cat mom will appreciate. Here are ten gifts for cat moms that you can buy in time for Mother’s Day.
You’re probably aware that May 9th is Mother’s Day in 2021, right? But even if you’re not a mom or don’t know any moms of human kids, we can still celebrate the holiday as a feline-focused occasion to honor all the cat moms out there! Here are some great ways to celebrate Mother’s Day with cats.
Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 9th in 2021, and we couldn’t be more excited to honor all the great cat moms out there. The kittens in these pictures are showing their mama cats some appreciation with licking, snuggling, playing, and more.
Mama cats are there from the very beginning, from nursing their kittens to teaching them how to play, stay safe, and develop their natural cat instincts. In honor of Mother’s Day, here are ten videos of mama cats and their kittens.
National Pet Week is celebrated annually during the first full week of May to say thanks to the pets that fill our lives with love, happiness, and companionship. There are plenty of ways to show your gratitude to your pets while also making sure that you are being the best pet parent you can be.