You just got a new baby kitten. It’s so cute and playful, and you want nothing more than to let your furry friend to feel right at home. So here are five kitten hacks that are going to help you do just that! Maintain a Daily Feeding Routine Pay attention to your kitten when it
We were recently browsing the internet when we stumbled upon what looked to be a very promising cat toy. Simple enough, the toy was called “The Original Kitty Kick Stix” and promised hours of entertaining fun for us and our cat. We gave it a shot even though the item is basically a fabric log.
If you own a cat then you know that everything in your home is an object to be climbed upon, pawed at, and otherwise rubbed by your feline housemates. That is what makes Cat Trees so indispensable to a cat owner! Imagine: A piece of furniture in your home for your cat. It serves no
Are you planning a road trip, an overseas vacation or a relocation to another state? Traveling with your cat is bound to be stressful for both of you. You have to carefully organize everything, from creating the itinerary to making sure your pet is safe and comfortable. By planning in advance and preparing for unexpected
Let me tell you a story about young Gabby…. One day, mommy and daddy were cleaning the kitchen. Daddy was doing the dishes and mommy was sweeping up. Gabby, hearing some commotion, comes strolling in the kitchen to survey the scene. Curious, she wanders over to mommy and sniffs the long stickbrush thing that’s being
Have you considered pet insurance? As a cat parent, there is probably nothing in this world you wouldn’t do for your fur baby when it sick or injured. Imagine when it does happen. Your cat is using the bathroom outside of the litter box. You think it might be a urinary tract infection, so you
A lot of pet-parents, cat owners, and fur moms wonder if their cats like them. This seems to be a bit trickier with cats than with dogs. Dogs feel very “on” or “off”, but cats can feel very indifferent. Just a quirk of their independent (seeming) nature. So how do you know if your cat