Every day, your cat goes to the litter box, walks around inside it, and even covers their business up before they leave. Then they may go straight to jumping on your nice kitchen counters, into your lap, or onto your dining room table. Is this sanitary? Have you ever wondered just how dirty your cat's paws are?
Back To School Month starts in August, and you may not have thought about it, but the season can be a time of adjustment for your cat, especially if the household becomes quieter during the day once the kids are no longer running around. Here's how you can help your feline!
On average, cats clean themselves during half of their waking hours. So if your cat has suddenly stopped self-grooming, this can be a sign that something is very wrong, and they may need to go to the vet right away. Here's what you should know.
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.
We all know that cats are naturally clean creatures. Your favorite feline is skilled in the art of using a wet tongue and paw combo to clean themselves. However, that doesn't mean you can skip putting a regular grooming regimen into place.
Long-haired cats with their luxuriously soft fur and beautiful appearance can be a joy to own. But they also require a little more attention in the grooming department. You'll need to be prepared to brush them frequently and keep mats from forming.
Your cat is dirty, and you know they need a bath. Groomers are expensive, and you don’t want to spend the extra cash. Luckily, it’s actually easy to bathe your cat at home, as long as you prepare in advance and keep a few basic things in mind.
Signs include partial or total hair loss. The skin surrounding the area of hair loss can appear normal or it can have redness, bumps, scabs, and skin loss. Alopecia may appear in a symmetrical form, or it can be random on the cat's skin.