When you first brought your cat home, she was probably a shy, playful little kitten. Play time with your pet was enjoyable and downright adorable. Your tiny kitty was infatuated with you and fascinated by the fluttering movements of your fingers and toes. Her pouncing was cute and playful. So small and innocent, you never
Have you ever wondered how to keep your cat happy? You supply food, water, and shelter, but how do you turn surviving into thriving? With the help of the folks at Catster, here are some good ways to make—and keep—your cat happy. Sunshine and Warmth Keep your cat smiling by making sure it gets plenty of
Anyone who has spent time with cats knows how they love to find their way inside boxes: cardboard, plastic, wooden, plush—any type of box will do. But why do they love their boxes so? There’s actually a scientific explanation behind the magnetic attraction between cats and boxes, according to the folks at WIRED. Natural Predatory
Most people know that dogs shouldn’t eat chocolate, but what about cats? As picky eaters, cats are far less likely than dogs to seek out your chocolate stash, but some will find their way into a chocolaty treat or may even be fed one by an unwitting owner. The short answer is no, cats should never eat chocolate.
While it may seem unnecessary to lock up your kitty, there are some instances when keeping your cat in a pet crate overnight may be beneficial to you and your kitty. There are crates specifically designed for housing animals, and these range in material, size, and cost. The Nest provides us with a few tips
AutoPets™ is excited to announce the winners of the 2015 Out-of-the-Box Thinking Scholarship. Thank you all so much for your creative submissions. 2015 Winners Grand Prize Olivia G. was awarded a $1,500 scholarship for an innovative pet waterer for cats. Second Place Angela L. was...
Cats have a very different eye structure than humans, which in turn makes their vision different than that of humans. For various reasons, there was an evolutionary advantage for humans to develop our type of eye structure and vision abilities, and the same goes for cats. What we’re good at seeing is not necessarily what they’re good
There’s the oft-quoted idea that about one dog year is equivalent to seven human years, but is the formula really that simple? The conversion formula for both dog and cat years to human years is actually much more complex. Because both of...
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