Cats and Easter: How to Keep Safe Your Cat

In the chaos of decorating eggs, visiting with family, and preparing dinner, the last thing you want to worry about this Easter is your cat’s safety. The traditional Easter gathering can pose many threats to cats, some of which may be fatal. Fortunately, there are still ways you can keep your Easter tradition alive while […]

Which Personality Does Your Cat Have?

Stereotypes about cats and their personalities abound—calicos are feisty, orange tabbies are laid back. The Cat Fanciers’ Association has even put together a Breed Personality Chart. The problem with stereotypes is that when looking at an individual, they tend to be wrong as often as they are right. Enter science. Research into cat personality types […]

Why Cat Carry Food Away From the Bowl Before Eating

You’ve set up the ideal feeding station for your cat. You picked the perfect bowl and maybe even put a placemat underneath to catch any food or water spills. You’ve done your research and picked top quality food for your cat. Instead of enjoying her meal at the feeding station though, your cat grabs a […]

Cat Cold Weather Mistakes to Avoid

Cats are resourceful creatures with good survival skills. But when the cold chill of winter sets in they are vulnerable to a host of hazards. Dr. Jessica Trimble an in-home veterinary preventative care service, has a list of cold weather mistakes to avoid that will help keep your kitty comfortable throughout the winter months. Letting your […]

Redirected Aggression in Cats

  Redirected aggression in cats is one of the most common forms of aggression among cats living in the same household and can be a challenging problem to resolve. Redirected aggression is when one cat experiences something that instills fear, is over-stimulating or highly arousing and they redirect their frustration, aggression or fear onto whoever […]

Why Cat Carry Food Away From the Bowl

You’ve set up the ideal feeding station for your cat. You picked the perfect bowl and maybe even put a placemat underneath to catch any cat food or water spills. You’ve done your research and picked top quality food for your cat. Instead of enjoying her meal at the feeding station though, your cat grabs […]

My cat won’t use the litter box!

There are a number of areas that you could look at to ensure your cat feels happy about using a litter box. It may be that your cat has experienced pain or discomfort when using the litter tray and associates this with using the tray. The best advice would be for you to take him […]

5 Weird Cat Habits

The more time you spend with your cat, the more you’ll probably start to notice—she’s got some weird habits, doesn’t she? We decided to look at 5 weird cat habits and get to the root of why they do them. Kneading From time to time you may catch your cat doing something a little strange: […]

How to Stop Play Aggression in Cats

What is Play Aggression? Play Aggression in Cats is when playful bites, scratches and ambushes become more serious and can actually cause injury. It’s something cat parents tend to notice more when the aggression is directed toward them, usually in the form of ankle attacks, ambushes or biting and scratching that break the skin. This […]

How to Teach Your Cat to Come When Called

The idea of having your cat come when you call her may seem ridiculous — after all, cats are independent beings who do whatever they please. But while your repeated coos of “Here, kitty kitty!” may produce only an unreliable response from your feline, it’s likely that other cues, such as the sound of a can of […]