Category: Cat Care

Winter Cat Care Tips

Orange house cat enjoying a stroll through the winter snow

There is a ton of information on keeping our canine friends safe for winter walks and activities, but what about our cats? Felines need just as much care and attention during the colder months as their four-legged counterparts.  Here are some top tips for keeping your cat happy and comfortable this winter season. Keep Them… Read more »

When You Donate to Animal Shelters, Where Does Your Money Go?

Animal Shelter volunteers taking care of animals

Our hearts break when we hear that defenseless animals have been abandoned or given up. We want to help in any way we can, whether volunteering at a shelter or writing out a quick check. Shelters rely on the kindness and compassion of humans to keep their animals safe and thriving. Supporting your local shelter… Read more »

3 Halloween Safety Tips for Cat Owners

Black Cat with Orange Halloween Pumpkins on Wooden Background

Halloween is a fun holiday for us humans, but it can be a dangerous time for your pets. For cats especially, although they serve as inspiration for many costumes, décor, and holiday legends, all the spooky commotion going on can be stressful and create some hazards to their health. If you’re a cat owner, it’s… Read more »

The Benefits of Spaying/Neutering Your Cat

Commercial Cat Townhouses and Shelters

No matter if you have just brought a new kitten into your home or you have had your furry friend for years, it is recommended to have your kitten spayed or neutered. These simple procedures will make sure your cat is healthy and happy in the home and will ultimately save you time and money… Read more »

How to Help New Cats Adjust to Your Home

Commercial Cat Townhouses for Sale

Welcoming a new cat into your family is exciting, but it can be a big adjustment for your furry friend. Some cats may be anxious or nervous being in a new environment, so it’s important to make an effort to help them adjust to their new home. Make the transition easier for your cat and… Read more »