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Senior Cat Diseases: What You Need to Know

Similarly to people, our pet’s health begins to deteriorate as they grow older. Therefore, it’s crucial to be prepared and take good care of our best friend accordingly. That’s why in this article we’ll help you learn which are the…

Discover the Majestic Norwegian Forest Cat

Majestic. There really is no better word to describe the Norwegian Forest Cat. Once found in the harsh Scandinavian wilderness, they have since become a popular pet in households around the world. Strong, agile and affectionate, these beautiful cats are…

Caring For an Orphaned Newborn Kitten

Rescuing a defenseless an orphaned newborn kitten is an act of pure love. However, a lack of proper and specific care can put their health and well-being at risk. Ideally, the mother is the one who should care for her…

Why Do Cats Like to Lick Themselves so Much?

No one can deny that cats are very clean animals. Even to the point of hurting themselves from grooming so much! Would you like to know why cats like to lick themselves and others so much? In this article, we’ll…

Discover the American Shorthair Cat

The American Shorthair is a cat with many virtues. This is one of the strongest and healthiest cat breeds around. What stands out most about the American Shorthair is its resistance to not developing genetic disorders. This breed is created…

Cat Fleas: How to Protect Your Cat Against Parasites

Fleas are parasites that live on the bodies of many animals and birds. Their bite can infect the host with dangerous bacteria, causing diseases such as bartonellosis. It’s also fairly common for cats and dogs to be allergic to flea…

How Often Should You Wash Your Cat?

Cats have a reputation for constantly, meticulously cleaning themselves. They generally do this with their tongue, which has little barbs that stick out and act like a brush. But that doesn’t mean you never have to clean your cat. Keep reading…

A Concise History of the Domestic Cat

The bond between cats and humans dates back many thousands of years, perhaps even as far back as 7000 B.C. Since then, it would be fair to say we have had a rather turbulent relationship with the humble domestic cat.

Is it Possible to Train a Cat? Find Out!

You usually hear a lot about dog training. Teaching them to follow orders like “Sit, Down, Stand, Stay, Heel, Take it, Drop it” etc seems easy. We can even teach them these at home! However, you never hear about whether…

5 Books About Cats that You’ll Definitely Love

Cats are mysterious, independent and unpredictable beings. Some aren’t at all affectionate and others are excessively loving. Their peculiar character makes people who love cats also have their own personality. However, as we all want to know more about these…

Why Won’t My Cat Use the Litter Box?

You’ve explained to your cat a thousand times that the litter box is the place to do her business. However, it seems your cat is just not understanding you, listening to you or even doesn’t care at all. In this…

How Do Cat Water Fountains Work?

Many of you know that cats love to drink moving water. And that’s why veterinarians recommend cat water fountains to make sure they’re drinking enough. It’s more natural for them because, in general, moving water is safer. Stagnant water is…

The 8 Benefits of Adopting a Senior Cat

Giving an animal the chance to live in a home full of love is something really wonderful. A pet is the best gift we can receive no matter how old we are. While most people may choose a puppy or…

Cat or Dog? Meet Atchoum, the Social Media Star

When it comes to the internet, there really is something for everyone. Over the last few years, there has been a huge rise in the number of websites featuring pets with unusual features or characteristics. These often prove to be…

3 Things You Learn When You Adopt a Cat

So you’ve made the decision, and you’re going to adopt a cat. Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to bring another living being into your home. But although you might think you know how to be a responsible owner, we want to…