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Are you unhappy with your cat’s current diet and considering a change? Contrary to popular belief, you can’t just switch from one bag of kibble to the next. You also can’t starve your cat until they decide they’re hungry enough to eat the new food. Doing so can cause serious health problems for kitty. So, let’s talk about the things you should keep in mind when transitioning your cat to a new diet.
With so many brands and varieties of cat food on the market, it can be overwhelming selecting the best cat food for your feline friend. We’ll help you break down which ingredients are key to feline health, which ones are simply unnecessary fillers, and which ingredients could be dangerous for your cat.
Everyone poops, including your cat. While scooping the litter box is not the most fun part of being a cat owner, monitoring your cat’s stool is a very important part of their health regimen. Many poo factors such as color, consistency, odor, frequency, and litter box habits can be indicative of health concerns. Do you know what your cat’s poop is telling you? Get the scoop.
Chocolate, garlic, and grapes, oh my! Did you know that there is an entire menu of food items that are off-limits for your furry feline friends? While your cat may try to convince you that just one bite can’t hurt, we recommend that you keep these common people snacks well out of paw’s reach.
Letting your cat outdoors comes with many risks. While some people may argue that kitty needs outside time, there are many suitable alternatives to fulfill your cat’s instinctual needs while keeping them safely indoors.
If you think about it, having a cat can be a lot like having a toddler. They’re curious, like to knock things over, poop a lot, and while they might not shove things up their nose, they do regularly put things in their mouth that they shouldn’t.
Despite common misconceptions, we cat moms and dads know that our feline furbabies love spending time with us, just as much as we love spending time with them! And there's nothing like being apart to remind us just how precious that time together is.
Cats, like people, have different thresholds of what they’re willing to tolerate when it comes to temperature. Personally, I cannot stand the heat and would rather be cold. I can only take off so many layers of clothing and still be legal but I can layer, layer, layer!
The first step in finding the right sitter for you and your cat is to understand what kind of parent you are. Do you view your cat as a pet, a member of the family, or a child you would do anything for?
Can your cat catch a cold? Of course, they can. Just like we humans, cats can catch colds, and they do so somewhat frequently. However, colds are not passed on between humans and cats since the viruses that cause colds are species-specific.
When you get a cat, or if you are an owner, no one generally talks about their cats getting sick. There is a good reason for that because cats are very healthy creatures, and for the most part, they are low maintenance.