If you’re thinking of adopting a new companion animal but tend to be on the go, you may want to think about a cat instead of a dog.
Dogs and cats have long shared our homes with us, living side by side, despite their ancestral differences.
According to Dr. John Bradshaw, who’s studied felines for over 30 years and wrote the tome Cat Sense, cats tend to think of humans as big, lazy, overgrown fellow cats.
Excessive vocalization in cats refers to intensive and excessive meowing, moaning or crying which may occur frequently at various and often unexpected times of the day or night.
Obesity in domestic cats is described as being 20% or more over the ideal body weight. Overweight cats are at a higher risk of poor health.
Choosing the right veterinarian is extremely important. Don’t be afraid to ask a lot of questions – and trust your gut.
Cats love to sleep. But wouldn’t it be nice if they could coordinate their sleeping hours with our own?
This holiday, don’t forget to include among your many blessings your canine and feline companions for all the unconditional love and joy they provide every day – and take every precaution to keep them safe.
Although it may seem unusual, it’s interesting to know that many cats can frequently learn to walk on a leash as well as dogs.
Choosing the right cat litter for your cat is very important because if your cat is not comfortable with your selection, he or she may develop litter box problems in the long run.
There are several ways to detect if your cat is ill, in pain or in poor health and in need of a trip to the vet.
Cats need to drink a sufficient amount of water daily to stay healthy. Lack of water intake can lead to serious health conditions for your cat, such as urinary tract stones, bladder infections and crystal formations.
Since our dogs and cats can’t voice their feelings, it’s up to us as responsible caregivers to watch out for signs and symptoms of serious illness.
As cats age, particularly from the ages of eight to ten and older, extra care is needed to keep them healthy and happy.
We have to keep in mind the dangers of cold-weather related problems for our pets. Both dogs and cats are susceptible to frostbite.