Finding the best veterinarian for our pets isn’t as easy as doing a simple online search and picking the first name that pops up. Luckily, you can figure out if a vet is a good fit for you and your furbaby by asking a few simple questions.
Summer Safety for Cats
Ahh, summer. The time for bird watching and belly rubs in the sun—if you’re a cat, that is. But along with all of that goodness, the hotter months of the year are also a time for pant-inducing heatwaves, which is why it is so important to keep our cats safe during the summer. It’s typical... Continue Reading →
Do You Even Lift, Fluffy? How to Get a Cat to Exercise
“Cats are lazy.” That’s a stereotype we’ve all heard, isn’t it? But it couldn’t be further from the truth. Like dogs—and humans, for that matter—cats have a need for regular exercise, and can benefit greatly from a little movement. For cats, this often looks like play time! The simple act of playing with your cat... Continue Reading →
How to Get a Cat to Drink More Water
Cats have a famous stereotype of being scared of water. But the only thing to be afraid of is your cat not drinking enough of it! Why do cats need to drink water? Just like humans, cats need to drink water in order to live happy, healthy lives. The problem is, cats have a very... Continue Reading →
How to Make a Vet Visit Less Stressful for Cats
When was the last time you took your cat to the vet? Probably more than a year ago, right? Well, that is very, very wrong. I know, I know. Taking your cat to a veterinarian can be incredibly stressful to them—and you. But it’s something that has to be done if you want your furbaby... Continue Reading →
7 Tips to Get a Cat to Pee in a Litter Box
Peeing outside of the litter box is one of the most frustrating problems a cat guardian will deal with. Not only does it make your home smell bad, but it can seem impossible to get your cat to stop. Luckily, there are a number of trusted techniques that can help your cat to pee in... Continue Reading →
You Okay, Honey? 7 Signs that Your Cat is Stressed Out
If your cat is acting weird—well, weirder than normal—it could be because she is stressed out. Do cats experience stress? Of course they do! Like humans, cats can have anxiety that is caused by a number of things. Fireworks. A new family member. A move to a new home. Thunderstorms. Humans leaving them for vacation.... Continue Reading →
8 New Year’s Resolutions for Cat People
Find New Year’s resolution inspiration for changes that will paws-itively impact both you and your cat.
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 →