Pet parents often assume their kitties will drink if they’re thirsty, but many cats have a drinking problem. …and while this isn’t the kind of drinking problem that can get kitty fired or in a car wreck, it does have serious consequences. Peculiar or Primal? Many pet parents designate a feeding station for kitty’s food and water dishes. It
We know it’s hard—nearly impossible—to walk passed the mewing, wide-eyed kittens at your local shelter. But an older cat can be just as cute and cuddly as a kitten—and almost none of the trouble. If you’re looking to adopt the purrfect companion,...
Have you ever noticed that your cat will look up at you and slowly blink its eyes? While you might have dismissed it as a behavior incidental to sleepiness, many cat lovers insist that this slow blink is a “kitty kiss.” That might be a little, shall we say, poetic, but the slow blink is an important form of
Whether you’re moving across the country or taking an extended vacation, there are many issues to consider when road tripping with your cat. If you’re going to need overnight lodging, planning ahead is key. While drivers without pets may be able to make impromptu stops whenever they’d like, your cats can make travel a little more complicated.
If you’re longing to venture further into the cat community, connect with fellow cat lovers, and attend a major event with cattitude, then you need to check out CatConLA 2016. In 2015, Susan Michals launched this cat festival that dubbed itself the...
June is National Microchipping Month and whether your pet is already microchipped or you’re considering getting one, we’re here to clear up some common microchip misconceptions. – Misconception 1: My pet has an ID tag, so I don’t need a microchip. All pets should wear collar tags imprinted with their name and your phone number,
Discover some of the not-so-obvious signs your kitty is bored with life, as well as easy ways to keep them active and engaged, even when you're not home.
Cats need water to maintain their health and prevent illness. Without water on a daily basis, even healthy cats can develop dehydration, potentially exacerbating otherwise minor issues. Urine can become concentrated, leading to bladder infections or stones or regular grooming can more quickly lead to hairballs. Learn how to add more water to your cat’s diet and get
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