Cats and kittens can be delightful additions to a family, and between nine and twelve years of age, children start to become more responsible, making this an ideal time to get a cat. Here are a few things to keep in mind that will help your cats and kids stay safe around one another!
January 24th is Change A Pet’s Life Day! It’s a chance to celebrate making positive changes in our cat’s lives, to raise awareness about shelter animals in need of homes, and to encourage adoption. Here are eight ways to change a cat’s life for the better!
Many cat lovers may toy with the idea of giving their family or a friends a kitten for Christmas. It can be tempting to give an adorable furball as a present. But along with all of that cuteness comes a lot of responsibility. If you want to give someone a kitten as a present, here are a few rules to follow.
November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month, so it’s a great time to talk about all the advantages sweet senior kitties have to offer! In shelters, older cats are often the last to be adopted, and therefore, the first to be euthanized. So here’s a list of reasons to give that quiet senior kitty in the corner another look.
If you’re looking to adopt a feline companion, you have a lot of choices to make. One of the most important is whether to get a kitten or adult cat. Both kittens and mature felines have their pros and cons. Here’s what you should consider.
Certain types of cats, like seniors or kitties with disabilities, have a harder time finding homes than others. That’s why the last full week in September is Adopt a Less Adoptable Pet Week. To celebrate, we’re sharing nine stories of less adoptable cats who found loving forever homes.
The last week in September is known as Adopt A Less Adoptable Pet Week. Cats who we sometimes deem less adoptable are, in reality, loving, sweet, adorable kitties who make wonderful pets. You can help less adoptable cats in your community 365 days a year.
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.
So you’ve made the decision to adopt and bring your first cat into your home. That’s great! Of course, when you bring a cat into your household, you can expect a few things will change–both for your cat’s safety and for their comfort. Here’s what you can do.
When you have children, especially babies and toddlers, there are many things to consider if you’re thinking of adding a cat to your family. Studies show that children who grow up with pets tend to benefit greatly. Heres what parent’s should know.
Social Petworking Month takes place all throughout June, and it’s a chance to use social media for the benefit of pets who are looking for forever homes. There are several ways to participate that can make a positive impact on the lives of pets waiting to find loving families.
There are so many cat breeds out there! Some are large, some are small, and some live a very long time. Here’s your daily dose of cat facts about breeds who are the largest, smallest, fastest, and more!
It’s true – cats do get separation anxiety, and it can manifest itself via a variety of symptoms, including going outside the litter box, vomiting, and more.
Whether you get the occasional sniffle or you’ve got itchy eyes and skin rashes, cat allergies can be a pain. But they don’t mean you have to forgo having a feline friend. Here’s a list of tips to manage cat allergens around your living space.
National Pet Week is celebrated annually during the first full week of May to encourage responsible pet ownership and say thanks to our beloved animal friends.
A kitten walked out of the woods and sat on the lap of a human who lived nearby. The little cat refused to leave, so now she has a forever home.
All cats are unique. Individual personality traits are displayed within a particular breed depending on how the cat is raised and his early socialization.
Back in 2016, Liz Kirkham found a feral cat in a deathly ill state outside her apartment complex in Oxford, Ohio — and it was the start of a journey that would involve love, heartbreak, and the rescue of a second feline in need.
Yes, you can train your cat and you should. It’s fun!
This tiny chip, implanted (safely and painlessly) between your cat’s shoulders, remains with the animal his entire life. Consider it a valuable back-up plan should your cat’s tags become removed or the collar lost.
The cats and a few dogs were rescued from a condemned house and are at the Muncie Animal Shelter. The shelter needs your help caring for all the new animals.