Pet Wellbeing Blog > cats
It’s no surprise that pets aren’t cheap. Between the necessities like food, litter, leashes and grooming supplies, and the many toys and treats we can’t help but pick up for furry friends, the costs
The time has come for you to expand your family and adopt a new cat: congratulations! Making the decision to adopt a kitten or cat is an exciting one, but it can also be a little nerve-wracking,
When most pet parents think of crate training, they think of dogs. Cats tend to be more independent and typically don’t require crating for discipline, sleeping and other training activities.
Allergies are a deceptively common ailment in household cats; it’s estimated that one in five cats have allergies. Cats can develop allergies to many different things over time. These may include
Getting a new puppy or kitten is an exciting thing. There is so much to do when you finally get to bring it home, from buying the essentials and toys to finding a new vet. One other thing you should
Cats are known to be graceful and coordinated. They leap on and off of surfaces with ease, tend to land on their feet and generally have great balance. That’s why, if you see your cat tottering on
Cats love to play with toys of all kinds. But, much like a parent of a child needs to be careful about what toys are safe, so do pet parents when choosing playthings for their kittens and adult cats.
Although it’s usually recommended to spay or neuter your cat as soon as possible, some female cats that are brought in as strays or adopted from a new litter go into heat before their pet parents can
As your cat ages, it’s likely that it will begin to develop some kind of health problem. The unfortunate side effect of aging is that the body begins to shut down and stops working how it used to.