As a cat owner, you know you're not supposed to change up cat litter on your kitty. My kitten was always pretty adaptable based on her life history, so I had to work through several cat litters to find one that satisfied her, was good for the environment, and that I approved of. Here's the verdict.
Caring for “senior” cats can sometimes be a challenge, but your furry family member is depending on you. Love your kitty!
Heated cat beds and heating pads can have therapeutic benefits for indoor and outdoor cats. Find out why vets recommend them what types are available.
Just like humans, cats can live longer, healthier lives with proper care, exercise, and nutrition. Learn a few practical ways to naturally extend your feline companion's lifespan.
As your cat gets older, its needs begin to change. They need exercise in a different way, better nutrition, and overall attention a young cat may not require. Senior cats need a little extra care.
No one seems to see the descent into hoarding. However, let us just pretend for a moment that such things exist on a continuum and all of us involved in fostering animals in our homes could somehow become hoarders. What are the warning signs? How can we prevent that outcome?
Read about the cat toys that my cats love. These toys keep them playing like they’re still kittens. Just like cats, some of these will surprise you.
Feline Pine cat litter claims to be an environmentally safe, healthy alternative to traditional clay-based litter box products. How does it stack up? Your intrepid cat-loving reporter fills you in on the Feline Pine scoop.
How are cats in cold weather? Cat's don't like the change in weather, therefore, we mustn't forget that if the seasonal change affects us, it certainly will affect them.
Wild felines and the people who take care of them are a controversial topic. Ferals are viewed as a nuisance, disease carriers and kitten machines, but the truth is that they need certain elements of human care as much as house pets do.
Cats live longer and are happier and healthier when allowed to be indoor-only cats. Here are 10 reasons why cats belong inside.
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.
What is the best cat litter for your feline companion? Seven brands are compared with their advantages and disadvantages listed to help you decide.
The gentle giant of all domestic cats, the Maine Coon, makes a lovable and endearing pet, as portrayed in my showcase of our adorable half-breed moggies (also part Ragdoll, another adorable cat breed).
Cats need to stay indoors for various reasons. Whether permanent or temporary, felines can develop cabin fever. Here are some great ways to make your pet happy again.