Cats are great pets, but they also need as much care as any other living creature. Cats often carry the reputation of being completely self-sufficient but it is important for pet owners to know how often to take their cats to the vet so that their feline friend lives a long and healthy life. It's not always easy to know when your cat needs to visit the vet. Cats are notoriously independent, and many people don't think that their cat will ever need a doctor until it is too late.
It's common for cats to stare at their owners for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it can be hard to tell the reason behind this behavior, but there are some clues that you can look out for. We've compiled a list of some possible reasons your cat might be staring at you and what they mean.
When cats get bored, they become destructive. Often taking their frustration out furniture or toilet paper rolls, cats need stimulation to keep the whole family happy. In this guide, I wanted to show you how to build your own cardboard shotgun cat scratcher.
If you’ve recently brought home your first cat or if you just want to learn more about how to live with a new cat, picking them up can be a challenge. Picking up cats can be difficult as their bodies seem to be made out of jello. Furthermore, cats with claws inflict lots of scratches when not handled properly. Follow our step by step guide on picking up a cat below.
So your cat is stuck in a tree, what now? How do you get your cat down safely and quickly? It’s not a fun situation to be in but there are several pieces of advice you should know while you rescue your cat.
We’re reviewing the Petco Cardboard Cat Carrier. Overall, we found the cardboard cat carrier to be a great product and definitely worthy of a look if you're in need of a temporary carrier. We have the full review below.
If you're not walking your cat you really should be. Cats love the outdoors. It's really where they want to be. All the birds, squirrels and other little critters outside provide a stimulating environment for your cat. I promise you once you start walking your cat, every single time you walk outside your cat's going to be howling at you trying to go outside with you.
Cats have been known for being independent creatures since ancient times but when given access to tools like cat scratchers, felines can enjoy life without ever having to worry about damaging the rest of the house. Not only will you make your cat happy, you’ll get rid of some of that extra cardboard you surely have lying around and you’ll have a great time with this DIY project.