Category: Cat Care

Why You Should Adopt A Shelter Cat

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Cats make great pets for individuals, couples, and families of all sizes. They’re fairly low maintenance, fun to play with, and are excellent cuddle buddies (when they want to be, of course). While the idea of bringing home a brand-new kitten may be appealing because they’re so cute and playful, adopting a shelter cat can… Read more »

4 Litter Box Rules for a Happy Kitty

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Anybody who has ever owned a cat knows that they tend to be particular about their litter box. But who can really blame them? We all have standards and preferences when it comes to where and how we do our business. The best litter box practices will ultimately depend on your individual cat (or cats)…. Read more »

What to Do If Your Indoor Cat Gets Out

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There you are, on your back porch. You’ve managed to carry all the groceries bags from your car in one trip and are struggling to open the door. You finally wrench it open and as you rush inside, your sneaky cat darts out! What do you do? Don’t worry—not all hope is lost. There are… Read more »

3 Common Thanksgiving Foods That Are Toxic for Your Cat

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The holidays are coming up and that means your home is about to be bustling with visitors and filling with the scents of sweet, savory, and delectable foods! Thanksgiving is all about being welcoming and generous, so it makes sense that you want to spread some of that hospitality to your furry friends. While it’s… Read more »

How to Introduce Young Children to Cats

Cats make great pets for families with kids. They’re quiet and easy to care for, and cat ownership can help teach kids empathy, compassion and responsibility. However, it’s important to introduce young children to cats the right way. Lay Down Some Ground Rules Before you bring the cat home, make sure the entire family understands… Read more »

How to Keep Your Senior Cat Happy and Healthy

As our feline friends get older, their health needs tend to change. Cats are typically considered “senior” once they reach about 11 years old. At this point, they may become more prone to digestive issues, dental disease and other common health issues. The good news is, there are steps their human companions can take to… Read more »