Cats are very clean creatures—that is, they spend a great deal of time grooming themselves and one another (maybe even half of their waking hours). That characteristic cleanliness doesn’t always carry over to the litter box, however. If your indoor cat eliminates where it’s not...
The hot product in cat accessories these days is the food puzzle. Yes, it’s a toy and a feeding device. And not just any toy—it’s a toy your cat has to figure out in order to get a treat. Food puzzles make cats work for a snack while simultaneously building their brainpower. In short, the
Guest post by Kristen Levine Kristen Levine Pet Living is the place for stories, science & advice for living happier and healthier with pets. With the holiday season approaching, you may be making plans to entertain friends and family—either for...
By Arna Cohen Read the full article at Animal Sheltering For 11 years, everything was copacetic in Marrakech and Samsara’s world. Together from kittenhood, the sisters loved cuddling, playing with mousie toys, and “singing” in typical Siamese style. But two years ago, their lives changed dramatically when their owner committed a crime, at
By Debbie Glovatsky This article originally appeared in Hamptons Pet magazine. Falling in love with Waffles, the therapy cat in training. Late one night while browsing Petfinder.com, I immediately fell in love with a tiny, orange kitten. The next day, I could not get to the shelter fast enough to scoop up this
One of the most common troubleshooting situations for Litter-Robot Open Air users can be solved with the press of a button—the Reset button. To understand why and see if it can solve an issue you’re having, read on. The Cat Sensor The Litter-Robot relies on the Cat Sensor to know when your cat is inside and when
September is National Animal Pain Awareness Month. It’s a time to raise awareness about pain and pain management in our furry friends. We’ve decided to focus on one of the most common types of chronic pain in cats, arthritis. The signs and symptoms of arthritis are better known in the canine community, which leads many to assume
Everyone knows that cats purr when they’re happy, but did you know they also do it when they’re sick or frightened, when they’re giving birth, and even when they’re dying? And not just practicing feline masochists—it’s regular, normal cats, too. Even your cat. Not Just Because They’re Happy Our sense that a purring cat is
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