We cat lovers know that one of the worst things cat parenting is dealing with the smelly, old litter box. That’s why we were thrilled to hear that Arm & Hammer™ wanted to hook up our CatTime kitties with their new AbsorbX™ litter!
Most organizations rely on foster parents to step in and help out by giving these tiny, little creatures a shot at life. CatTime got the chance to interview secondary schooler and kitten foster mom, Mary, and she shed some light on what it’s like to foster kittens in the big city of Los Angeles.
It’s not exactly the most glamourous part of feline guardianship, but making sure your new kitty poops and pees inside the box is an important early challenge to master. Here are the basics of teaching a cat to use the litter box.
Most cats start to enter their senior years when they are eight to ten years old. The signs of aging set in when cells start to deteriorate faster than they can repair themselves. It often happens so gradually that we don’t notice at first. Here’s what you should know about senior cats.
For newcomers to the world of pet adoption, bringing home a new cat can also be a nerve-wracking experience. Don’t worry! With this handy checklist you can ensure that you’re right on top of introducing your new favorite feline to their new forever home.
There comes a time in most indoor cats’ lives when the vet kindly points out that they could do with losing a little weight. Here are a few exercises your indoor cat can do to stay healthy, lose weight, or just fight off boredom.