When the warmer months start to show up, we’re more likely to take advantage of any outdoors spaces we have in our living situations. This can also apply to indoor cats if you take the steps to construct a safe and secure catio for your feline or grant them monitored time on the deck.
The best way to protect your cat from ticks is to prevent ticks from being able to use your cat as a buffet. But let’s say you have found a tick on your cat. How exactly do you go about removing it? Here’s how to do it safely.
May is known as peak spring time for many of us–but it’s also Chip Your Pet Month. So if you haven’t yet had your cat microchipped, here’s the ins and outs of why it’s something you really need to get around doing before the month is out.
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.
Tornado season mostly occurs from March to June in the area of the US known as Tornado Alley. It’s especially important to be aware and have a plan that includes your cats and other pets during that time.
Looking for a little romance on Valentine’s Day? Make sure and look out for your pet’s safety, too, as items that show affection can be deadly for dogs and cats. Here are some tips for keeping furry family members safe on this holiday.
February 14 is Pet Theft Awareness Day, a day to make sure pet owners know about pet thieves and how to prevent theft of beloved furry family members.. Here are four smart tips to minimize the risks of someone making off with your cat.
Children become more responsible around age 9 to 12, which is an ideal time to get a cat. These tips provide guidelines so that your kids and cats can co-exist safely.
Bring your cat inside long before the weather turns bad, and prepare for some snuggles in your warm home while the cold winds roar outside. Here are some ways to prepare for a blizzard and keep your cat safe.
Five important Thanksgiving tips for cats that all cat owners should keep in mind this holiday, including how to keep them away from human food and dealing with visitors and strangers.
Thanksgiving is a great time of year for humans, but for cats, it can be scary, stressful, and filled with danger. Here’s how to have a safe Thanksgiving with your cat.
The summer months can be dangerous for indoor cats near open windows. Learn how to keep your house cool and your cat safe at the same time.
Cat proofing your house can be tricky. Some kittens can get into everything. If you’re bringing home a new cat or kitten make sure you’re ready! Here are seven steps you should take to make your home a little safer and more cat proof!
As humans who use the kitchen countertops to prepare meals, it’s obviously pretty unsanitary to have a cat strutting all through the prep area — and this isn’t just about a few stray cat hairs making their way into the pasta sauce.
If your cat eats Halloween candy, you may need to know how to do this. Important information every cat owner should know because after your cat has consumed something toxic is not the time to be searching online how to do things like this…
The organization helps first responders not only to save animals in distress but also to handle them safely and effectively if needed.
Pet theft is one reason dogs and cats seemingly vanish from their owners; here are some ways to protect you and your beloved four-legged friends from this awful trend.
Make sure and take all the proper precautions to keep your dogs and cats safe this holiday season; including securely anchoring the family tree and other safety measures.