Tag: caring for a cat

Preventing and Managing Feline House-Soiling

One of the biggest reasons that cat owners relinquish their pets is due to accidents in the home. Many times the cats wind up in shelters and are later euthanized. Luckily, there are ways to avoid this situation and we can help cats remain in their homes with their human families. The first thing to… Read more »

Natural Remedies for Cat Fleas

When it comes to pets; fleas are a troublesome enemy. Though we do our best to protect our cats from coming into contact with fleas; sometimes our efforts fall short and we must find the best way to remedy the situation. Many cat owners dread putting their pets through harsh and often toxic, chemical treatments…. Read more »

What Should I Feed My Cat?

Having a cat is good for you. A feline’s presence alone can improve your mental and physical health. In addition to being a good friend and a great cuddle buddy, your cat is your family. You’re responsible for feeding and caring for the cat, and no matter what anyone says, that cat is your child…. Read more »

Tips for Grooming Your Cat

While it’s true that for the most part cats a very good at keeping themselves clean and neat looking, there are times when they need a little help from their humans. However, cats are generally known for being particular about their human interaction so how do you make it better for the both of you?… Read more »

Some Tips for Keeping Your Cat Cool in Hot Summers

Cats may be very independent creatures, but they don’t know everything. They need your help and love to stay healthy and safe. During the summer’s heat they can be very susceptible to heatstroke and dehydration if you don’t stay alert. Here are some tips for keeping your cat cool during these hot days.   Keeping… Read more »

Ways to Make Sick Cats Feel More Comfortable

It’s never easy to have to care for a sick cat. Just like us, cats are prone to common illness as well as occasionally needing immediate medical care. While medicine is available for cats, treatment is never quite that simple, because cats can’t speak to tell us what’s wrong. Reading your cats cues and noting… Read more »