Are you allergic to cats but want one anyway? Wary to move in with a new roommate because you might have a reaction to her furry friend? Keep reading to get all the information you will ever need about cat allergies – including their causes, tips for dealing with them, and more.
Most cats will simply walk away when they have had enough attention from you. Others, however, will nip at your hand.
This can be confusing for loving cat owners. You aren’t hurting her, just stroking. So why does she do this?
As all cat owners know, a feline can be a wonderful addition to any family. One of the most basic aspects of cat ownership is proper health care for the cat. Health care for a cat encompasses a wide array of things including vaccine shots, flea protection, vet visits, medications, and even proper exercise.
However, the most important aspect of cat health is also often overlooked. People spend hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars over the lifetime of a cat to keep it healthy, but most cat owners don’t pay nearly enough attention to the proper cat food.
As loving cat owners, we hate to think that our beloved kitties are feeling unwell. And that can be the first impression when your cat starts making hacking noises. Usually, though, this is the first sign of a cat trying to get rid of a hairball. Luckily, it is easy to learn how to prevent hairballs in cats by consulting this handy guide. Continue reading
You don’t often see information about special considerations cat owners need to make when it comes to litter box use and maintenance for special needs kitties.
Due to their limited mobility or lack of sight, choosing the right litter box type and location is absolutely critical for disabled cats.
Cats can experience anxiety and get stressed out just like us. Unlike people, however, cats don’t have a lot of ways to express these feelings.
Because cats are very intelligent creatures, they sometimes express their stress and/or anxiety in… creative ways.
One really common way to know something is wrong with your kitty is if he or she stops using the litter box correctly. This might mean urinating right outside the box or even urinating somewhere else completely (like on your bed).