Ages and Stages
Adolescent Cats: What To Expect And What You Can Do
One day you have a cute kitten, the next you're living with a teenage cat who's decided it's time to make their mark on the world—literally. Here are a few things you can expect to see with an adolescent cat--and some ways you can reduce the stress they cause.
Kittens & What To Expect: 5 Essential Tips For When You Adopt
Kittens are endlessly fun and impossibly cute, but it's also important to know exactly what you're getting into when you adopt. Here's a checklist for when you bring home a new kitten, including essential play, biting and litter box tips.
The Advantages Of Adopting A Senior Cat
Looking to add a feline to the family, but think that kittens are too much work? Consider an older kitty instead with the top three advantages of adopting a senior cat.
Senior Cats: Proper Care And What To Expect
Aging doesn’t mean your cat isn’t long for this world—far from it—but it is a clue that it’s time to start watching for the health problems and diseases that sometimes accompany old age.
Did You Know? Amazing Cat Facts
How much does the average cat-owner really know about his feline friend? Check out these amazing cat factoids and see for yourself...
Life Hacks For Cats: How To Throw The Best Cat Party Ever
We know you need information in an area almost every cat owner has questions about: Cat Parties! They exist, your cat definitely wants one, but how do you go about throwing one?
5 Things Parents Should Consider Before Adopting A Cat
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. Do your homework before adopting.
3 Ingredients You Definitely Want To See In Your Pet’s Food
Have you ever taken a look at what goes into your pet’s food? There are several dozen ingredients in your average dog or cat food, it’s important to know what's important.
Senior Cat Care
While cats aren’t going to need Botox or face-lifts as they grow older, they will need you to keep caring for them the way you have been -- with love and devotion.
Does Your Older Cat Really Want A Younger Companion?
If it turns out that the only one who will benefit from a new kitten is you, then think long and hard before bringing one into your home.