A blog to keep your cat happy + healthy.
As we celebrate moms on Mother’s Day, let’s also take a moment to honor the “queens” of the feline world and their admirable parenting skills.
In the feline world, there’s a name for that perpetually grouchy looking facial expression many cats exhibit while idle. They call it resting cat face. What does it mean?
When your cat looks at you and meows, do you wonder: Is he communicating love and affection or is he just asking for something to eat?
These four-legged masters of meditation can teach us humans a thing or two about reaching this powerful state of tranquility.
Have you ever seen a litter of kittens and wondered how they could look so different from each other and from their mother for that matter?
If your cat is carefree, adventurous, fairly calm, and not easily frightened, you may have the ideal candidate for a leash-trained feline.
Scientists still don't understand fully how a cat is able to produce this calming, therapeutic sound. It is thought to be connected to the vibration of the vocal cords in conjunction with inhaling and exhaling.
With so much time spent slumbering, your kitty is most likely also dreaming, suggests researchers who’ve studied cats and sleep.
Playtime is crucial to your cat’s overall health. It provides physical activity, feeds your cat’s predatory instincts, and keeps them entertained and happy.