Daylight Saving Time ends on November 3rd at 2:00am in 2019. Pets have a circadian rhythm–a biological clock that tells them when to eat, sleep, or exercise. When this rhythm is disrupted, it can cause a lot of anxiety. Here are some ways it can affect your cat and what you can do about it.
Fall is here, which means we’re all about to get into peak pumpkin mode. But beyond the world of pumpkin spice lattes and carving up pumpkins for Halloween, the iconic orange vegetable can also be used to add a health boost to your cat’s diet.
If your cat is an indoor cat, they’ve probably sat at that window and looked at the trees. If your cat is more of an outdoor stroller, they’ve likely sauntered through your yard and neighborhood and noted all the pretty colors–and probably even climbed a tree or two. Here are some cats who love fall!
According to Dr. Hugh Davis of the Animal Rescue League, studies show cats have a better chance of surviving falls if the distance is more than nine stories.