Category: Cat Care

Tips for Reducing Litter Box Odors

Every cat owner knows the unpleasant odors that come from the litter box. The pungent smell can fill your home quickly, and worse – you may even be so used to it that you’ve gone smell blind and don’t even notice it until friends or family visit or you’ve been gone from home for a… Read more »

Color Changes in Cats’ Gums

Damage to your cat’s tongue, teeth, palate and gums can lead to many health risks. Color changes in your pet’s mouth can indicate dental and other medical issues. Your cat’s gums should be firm and pink, says WebMD’s pet section, not white, black or red, and should show no signs of swelling. The teeth should… Read more »

When to Spay or Neuter

The decision to spay or neuter your pet is one that is often easy to make. As Bob Barker always closed out each episode of “The Price is Right,” having pets spayed and neutered can help control the pet population, but beyond that it can also be beneficial for your pet’s health and eliminate “bad”… Read more »

Keep Kitty Cool This Summer

Imagine going all through the sweltering summer months wearing a brisk winter day’s attire. That’s essentially how life is for your feline friends, who endure the hot months with their fur coats. There are many ways to keep your cat cool while you’re away from home during the day. Here’s five tips to help your… 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 »