Learn how to take care of kittens. Includes everything you will need to know week by week, including weaning, feeding, development and what supplies you'll need.
Caring for “senior” cats can sometimes be a challenge, but your furry family member is depending on you. Love your kitty!
What is the best cat litter for your feline companion? Five brands are compared with their advantages and disadvantages listed to help you decide.
A cat water fountain offers multiple benefits to both you and your cat. Read on as an experienced petsitter reviews what to look for in a cat water fountain...
Can my cat eat tuna? Should I limit the amount of tuna I give her? There are many questions that arise when it comes to feeding our furry felines a food that is so commonly associated with them!
Cat owners generally blame the cat for being finicky, but maybe they should take a look in the mirror when placing blame.
Kittens should not be given any flea prevention until they are two pounds. But there are ways to stop the fleas.
If you are a cat owner and especially if you have multiple cats, the cost of litter can be high. Here are some ways to save money on litter.
An external doorstep for our cat flap made from decking. How to guide on a simple, quick, easy to make and inexpensive multifunctional design to also hide drain pipes with a platform for plant pots.
Learn all the cat care basics such as choosing the best type of cat food, litter, litter boxes, grooming, dental care, cat carriers, finding a veterinarian and much more.
In this article I hope to list most of the more common houseplants that are dangerous to cats so that you can either ensure you don't bring them into your home or at least you can keep them out of the reach of your pets. I am guessing that many of the plants on this list will come as quite a surprise to you.
Read detailed cat litter reviews from an experienced pet professional. Discover the best cat litter brands.
Your feline may need more dental care then you think. Cleaning your cats teeth regularly can prevent serious health issues.
Cats are prolific. They are hardwired to produce offspring for as long as they remain fertile. If you ever find a baby animal in your neighborhood, chances are that it will be a kitten.