A blog to keep your cat happy + healthy.
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.
Here are some reasons why your cat might be scratching the walls, the sides of the litter box, or the floor just outside the box.
Long stressful day at work? Or feeling the holiday blues? Take a seat and a deep breath, and treat yourself to a healthy dose of unconditional cat love.
Is your cat’s meowing keeping you up at night? After first ruling out a health issue with a vet visit, you can try these tips for stopping your cat from meowing all night.
Need to change your cat litter? If so, transitioning your cat to the new brand will require patience, understanding, and a little ingenuity on your part.
Don’t believe the naysayers who claim cats simply can’t be trained. Your precious four-legged friend is quite capable of learning how to do amazing things like stand, sit, give high fives, or go gracefully into her cat carrier.
Life with your cat was going great until one day you discovered cat feces or a puddle of urine in a spot not approved for use by your four-legged companion.
If you’ve got a cat who’s biting on your household cords, you need to understand why they might be chewing in the first place.