Yes, you heard it here first; cats can get separation anxiety. Any cat can develop it, but it’s most common in kittens who were orphaned at an early age or separated from their mother too early. Here’s what you should know.
Of course, our cats love to play with cord-like things, and some even enjoy having a good chew on them. That puts our cats in danger. But with a few simple steps, you can make sure your cables, wires, and cords are not a danger to your kitty.
In celebration of May 7 being National Teacher’s Day, we’re going over some tricks that are easy for your kitty to learn and will impress your friends and family! Check out these five tricks and commands you can teach your cat, including sit, high five, and hug.
I’m in dating someone who is very, very allergic to cats. At first he tried to play it off and simply pop an antihistamine, but it wasn’t cutting it. Here are a few precautions I’ve been taking to insure that both Pookie and my boyfriend are comfortable in my apartment.
If there’s one purchase every cat family needs to make, even before bringing home their adopted cat, it’s a cat carrier. These portable kennels make it easy to transport your cat safely, whether that’s for a trip to the vet, a move, or a vacation.
Bearded Dragons, or “Beardies,” are making their way into the homes of Americans; even though, they tend to be a little more exotic. The Bearded Dragon and the domestic cat are, therefore, bound to cross paths and be introduced; but can they be friends? Here’s what you should know.
As pet parents, we’re responsible for knowing our cats’ needs and wants, so we have to be able to know what they’re saying. Tail twitching and chin rubbing are two ways cats communicate with body language. Here’s what they might mean.
If you own a cat–or one owns you–you’ve almost certainly heard the hacking sounds and cleaned up the unpleasantness that accompany coughing up a hairball. While hairballs are a common malady among felines, they can occasionally be serious. Here’s what you should know.
You don’t have to be a DIY master to be able to make some amazingly simply and fun cat toys for Easter–or any time of year! Here are some DIY Easter cat toys you can make for your furry best friend.
It’s important that your kitty has an area all to themselves where they can retreat and relax. Here are five pieces of feline furniture that you can add to your household to help give your cat more personal space.
April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month–a month we dedicate to teaching fellow pet parents about providing emergency care to their animals. Here are some facts that will help you prepare to give your pet first aid in an emergency.
April brings 30 glorious days of celebration in honor of a little something known as Adopt A Ferret Month. What does that mean if you’re a cat lover? Well, maybe your kitty would love a ferret sibling to keep them company. As these videos show, sometimes cats can make unusual friends!
Cats can use scratching posts to naturally keep their nails in good shape. However, there are times where you will probably need to help out and give them a trim. Here’s a beginner’s guide for trimming your cat’s nails.
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.