“How do I get my cat to trust me?” It’s a question many guardians ask themselves, especially after adopting a new cat. Whether a shy kitten, traumatized senior cat, or someone in between, gaining the trust of your cat can take a lot of work—and patience. But don’t give up hope! You can build trust... Continue Reading →
Feed Me! Is Dry Food or Wet Food Better for Cats?
Cats are notoriously picky eaters. One day, they’ll slick clean their bowl, then the next day they’ll turn their nose up at the exact same flavor. Sometimes just getting your kitty to eat anything is a true miracle. But when all is said and done, as a cat guardian you want your furbaby to eat... Continue Reading →
Meowy Catmas! The Best Christmas Tree for Cats
Snow is falling, carols are playing, and your furbabies are destroying every decoration in sight. That’s right, the Christmas season is officially here. For most pet guardians, these weeks involve a lot of chasing cats away from gift wrapping ribbon while simultaneously trying to stop them from chewing twinkle light cords. Most of all though,... Continue Reading →
She’s So Kneady! Why Does My Cat Knead?
We’ve all seen cats “making biscuits” on the internet, but what does this behavior actually mean? https://www.instagram.com/reel/CW3iouKJtuc/?utm_medium=copy_link When cats knead their paws—moving them very much like humans kneading bread—they are performing an instinctive act that’s been with them since, well, birth. Kittens first start this kneading motion when at the milk bar nursing off of... Continue Reading →
Should I Brush My Cat?
Plenty of people brush their dogs, but what about their cats? While less popular, cats definitely should be brushed on a regular basis (I’m talking multiple times a week, not year). Brushing your cat has a whole bunch of benefits, including: Your cat will be more comfortable. Brushing your cat not only prevents painful mats... Continue Reading →
Why You Should Adopt Two Kittens
More doesn’t always equal better, but it sure does when it comes to cat adoption! Here’s the deal: if you’re thinking of adopting a kitten, you need to adopt two. Keeping kittens as pairs is beneficial not only for them, but for your own sanity as well. Don’t have you convinced yet? Here are four reasons... Continue Reading →
Cat Advice for the Fourth of July
July 4th is known for many things, but in our household, it is mostly known as a nuisance. Sure, freedom is great, but neighbors with fireworks? Not so much. The Fourth of July holiday can be an especially stressful time for pets. With fireworks crackling in the sky, a lot of animals suffer from extreme... Continue Reading →
Why You Should Feed Your Cat Wet Food
Pop! If your cats are anything like mine at all, chances are they know that sound. The sweet, sweet sound of a wet food can opening, that is. My kittens go crazy for the stuff, and I don’t mind one bit. Why? Because wet food is incredibly beneficial for cats. Ideal for Kidney Health Due... Continue Reading →
Holiday Cat Safety
It’s officially the Catmas season! Between all of the parties, cookies, and classic Christmas movie marathons, your regular life and responsibilities can become a blur during these weeks. However, one thing you cannot ignore during the holiday is the safety of your cats. Keep your cats safe this holiday season with these helpful tips: Wrap... Continue Reading →
Grieving a Pet
Nothing hurts like losing a pet. A few weeks ago, after a long three month battle, I had to say goodbye to my best friend of 15 and a half years. To say losing Snickers was anything less than earth shattering would be a lie. She was my absolute world, and I miss her more... Continue Reading →