Category Archives: Cat Care

Keep Cats Comfortable With the Right Kennel and Boarding Equipment

Because cats are territorial animals that typically don’t like to stray too far from home, a stay at a boarding facility or kennel can be a stressful experience for our feline companions. In some cases, the stress of being temporarily relocated can even aggravate chronic health conditions and have a negative impact on a cat’s immune system. The good news is, with the right equipment, boarding facilities can make these experiences as comfortable and stress-free as possible for cats.

Take our hardwood trim cat townhouses, for example.

With 28 square feet of living area separated into six separate levels, these shelters offer enough space to comfortably house up to three cats at once. Each cat will have plenty of room to retreat and relax in private, and they can find a litter box hidden away in a secluded compartment at the bottom of the townhouse. Our townhouses also feature a state-of-the-art ventilation system that’s designed to circulate fresh air into the shelters while eliminating foul odors and airborne bacteria.

For added comfort, these townhouses can also be outfitted with cat-sized four poster beds.

Our cozy cat beds include soft, washable mattresses that are available in a diverse selection of colorful patterns and designs. Thanks to their durable hardwood construction, they’re able to accommodate most cats weighing up to 16 pounds. If you really want to make your cat townhouse feel like home, you can add pillows to match the beds’ mattresses as well.

Interested in learning more about our townhouses, beds or any of the other boarding equipment we offer at The Cat’s Inn? Feel free to give us a call or contact us online today!

Keep Cats Entertained With Interactive Puzzle Feeders

Do you struggle to find enough time in the day to keep your cat entertained? If so, your cat could start misbehaving as a result of their boredom. Fortunately, interactive puzzle feeders offer a simple way to keep your cat stimulated that doesn’t require much time and effort on your part. You can learn more… Continue Reading

Grooming Your Cat Offers Health and Wellness Benefits

Cats may spend a lot of their free time grooming themselves, but that doesn’t mean they don’t appreciate a little assistance from their human companions now and then. In fact, running a brush through your cat’s fur offers a great opportunity to bond with your cat and prevent potential health issues. You can learn more… Continue Reading

Don’t Make These Common Cat Care Mistakes

Thanks to their naturally independent natures, cats are fairly low maintenance pets that can typically don’t require as much training as their canine counterparts. That said, our cats still depend on us for food, shelter and company, so it’s important to do our best to give them the care they need to live happy, healthy… Continue Reading

Kidney Disease Prevention Tips for Cats

Thanks to their ability to manage blood pressure, remove waste from the blood and produce hormones, your cat’s kidneys play a very important role in their overall health and well-being. Unfortunately, however, kidney disease is one of the most common ailments to affect senior cats. The good news is, there are steps every cat owner… Continue Reading

How to Make Vet Visits Less Stressful for Your Cat

Does your cat hide in the back of her carrier and try to scurry away during vet examinations? It’s not uncommon for cats to get scared during vet visits, but there are a number of strategies you can use to make these trips a little less stressful for your favorite feline. Here are a few… Continue Reading

Keep Outdoor Cats Safe and Healthy With These Helpful Tips

Many cat owners like to let their cats to explore the great outdoors, especially those that live in rural areas. Giving your cat the opportunity to go outside is great way to make sure they get enough exercise and indulge their natural instincts. Outdoor cats tend to have more health and safety risks than indoor… Continue Reading

How to Keep Your Cat’s Teeth Clean and Healthy

Did you know that roughly 70 percent of cats develop gum disease by the age of three? Dental diseases are some of the most common health conditions affecting house cats, which is why it’s important for their human companions to take good care of their pets’ teeth. Untreated dental disease can not only make cats… Continue Reading

How to Make Sure your Indoor Cat Gets Enough Exercise

When cats are allowed to roam freely outside, it’s easy for them to get plenty of exercise. Outdoor cats can spend their days running, climbing and getting all the activity they need to stay at a healthy weight. If you have an indoor cat, however, it can be a little bit more difficult to make… Continue Reading