If you think that polydipsia might translate to "multiple dips" you’d be pretty much correct – as in multiple dips from the water dish. This dipsy sounding word refers to constant or excessive drinking as a result of thirst, which may indicate an underlying health condition. Read More
In celebration of Valentine's Day, we can give our feline friends some extra love this season. Whether it's a savory treat or a new toy, the gift possibilities are endless. Here are some kitty behaviors that show your cat's love for you, along with a few ways that you can make him feel special this Valentine's. I love cats. You love cats. We all love cats. Read More
Cats are known to be fiercely independent. As a result, many human companions find them mysterious and aloof. Many cat owners even wonder, "Does my cat love me?" Well, our kitties may not be as introverted as they seem. Most cats, it turns out, do feel safe and comforted in the presence of their owner. Here's how you can confirm whether you and your fur baby share a secure attachment. Read More
After a woman recently mistook a kitten she rescued for a regular ol' domestic cat – that turned out to be a puma! (True story.) – the internet began wondering... What is the difference between our domestic feline friends and their big cat ancestors? And at what age can you start to notice a difference? Read More
Despite our best efforts to always find our fur babies cute and adorable, it can be pretty disgusting when Kitty retches up a hairball – especially if you step on that nasty ball of fur and stomach contents in the middle of the night! But as a pet parent, you know occasional hairballs are just part of having a magnificent feline in your life. But what if Kitty is hawking them up daily? Is that normal? Or is it a sign that Fluffy needs to visit the vet? Here's what you need to know about hairballs and how you can help Kitty to live a healthier, hairball-free life. Read More
Here are a few things you should know about essential oils, including a list of harmful household scents you need to watch out for. To help you keep your home smelling not like a litter box, we've also put together a list of non-toxic alternatives you can use in order to keep your little feline safe while you freshen up your home. Read More
Let's face it — we use smartphones, smart clocks, smart lights, and other smart devices of all sorts every day. Why not invest in the best cat toys for your best friend? From a smart robot companion to a cat feeder that digitally connects to your kitty's microchip, cat parents are saying hello to a whole new world of smart cat toys. Read More
Every year, millions of people make New Year goals – like drinking more water, getting to a healthy weight, going to the gym more often, or becoming a "morning person." The most popular of these resolutions correlate directly with overall happiness, health, and wellness for us humans. But have you ever considered adopting New Year goals that will positively impact you and your kitty? Just because cats don't throw parties or countdown the seconds to the New Year doesn't mean we can't include them in the fun, right? Here are seven New Year's resolutions you can implement in 2020 to keep your furry friend happy and healthy, too. Read More
Sure, Twas The Night Before Christmas is a classic holiday read, but around here we like to see our kitties represented in holiday stories from time to time. When spending time with your little ones this holly jolly season, mix up the rotation and toss in a few feline-featuring fables. Get ready for the purrfect season of cozying up on the couch with your four-legged and two-legged babies with these fabulous stories. Read More
If you can hardly wait until Halloween is over to get out your Christmas home decor, you aren't alone. But did you know everything from your tree to snow globes can be hazardous to your curious kitty? So how can your Christmas tree be dangerous to your kitty cat? What about other decorations? How can you keep your fur baby safe and still have a beautifully decorated house? Read More
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