Moving with Cats: Keeping Calm on the Road

Moving is a major adventure, and all the more so for your feline friend. While there are plenty of boxes to play in at first, as they fill up and the house empties of all their familiar items and furniture, your cat will likely become stressed. The worst is still yet to come, though –… Read more »

Add Secure and Protected Space to Your Shelter

Sometimes, adding safe and secure space to board cats to a shelter or finding a place house them while they stay with your veterinary practice can be difficult, especially if you’re working in an already confined area with not a lot of room to build new cages or rooms. Fortunately, our townhouses are a unique… Read more »

Preparing for the Annual Vet Trip

Going to the doctor is a routine part of life for people. We don’t like to visit them, and they usually don’t have much to say unless you have something serious going on with your body. Imagine how your cat feels, though, when you take them to the vet. They have just as much stress,… Read more »

Tips to Keep Your Cat’s Weight in Check

Everyone knows Garfield’s penchant for lasagna has given him his distinctive shape, but if your cat is starting to look like one of his cousins, it may be time to start planning a weight control program. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, more than half of all cats and dogs in the country… Read more »

Tight Squeeze: Why Cats Love Tight Spaces

Naturally you might think that your cat needs space to run around and play. This might even cause you to choose a pet sitter over boarding your kitty. But the truth is they love tight spaces. You may notice them practicing the motto “If I fits, I sits” as they squeeze themselves into a cardboard… Read more »