cats

Black Cats: interesting myths about them

For some people, black cats represent bad luck. Others consider them to be the complete opposite. Where does the myth of black cats come from? Has it always been part of culture? In this article, you’ll learn all about the…

Istanbul: The City of Cats

Turkey is has a rich history in Western civilization. The capital, Istanbul, has been often called the crossroads of the world, but few people know that this nation also has another name: the City of Cats. From Constantinople to Istanbul,…

Strange Cat Behaviors

Cats can be very mysterious, and sometimes they are very unpredictable, but even so, they’re still one of the world’s favorite pets. They give affection, make us laugh, and sometimes intrigue us with some of the unusual things they do. Read…

Mistakes When Raising A Cat

Raising a cat is not a simple task. In fact, it requires a lot of time and effort if you’re going to live together in harmony and teach them basic commands. People often make several mistakes when raising a cat and…

Is it Possible to Teach a Cat to Shake?

Dogs and cats are the most well-known and common pets in most peoples’ homes, but they’re also very different. Most people think dogs are easy to train, whereas cats will never do anything that’s asked. However, is that actually true? For…

An Interesting Question: Are cats good with babies?

People love to talk about how dogs have an instinct to protect babies. There’s a constant debate about whether people should let animals be in close contact with babies, but there’s scientific evidence that mentions animals are good for children’s development.…

The Vomeronasal Organ in Cats

Cats have a much more acute sense of smell than humans. This sense is a vital part of how they communicate and interact with their environment. However, their nose isn’t the only tool they use to get to know their…

Giardia in Cats: symptoms and transmission

There are so many different kinds of illnesses your cat can get during their life. Especially, there’s one common intestinal problem that’s worth knowing about. To find out more, read this article to learn about the symptoms and transmission of…

Most Common Types of Cancer in Cats

their cells grow abnormally and multiply without end. In such cases, start by learning what types of cancer are most common in cats. By knowing what cancer your pet has, you might be able to prevent cancer from becoming worse.  Cancer…

How to Treat Your Pet’s Constipation

Animals, like humans, get stomach problems. Constipation is the most common problem in pets that can get messy. Fortunately, it isn’t serious if it’s the dog has this condition by itself, especially because it can be treated with homemade remedies. Your…

Why Your Cat Stares at You

People say cats are mysterious and they’re very unpredictable. One of the main reasons people say that is because of their penetrating, undefinable stare. A lot of people find themselves asking, “Why does my cat stare at me?” Read on to…

Cat Allergy: How to Treat It

Many people believe that cat allergies are caused by a cat’s hair, but that’s not true. Dandruff in the cat’s skin is what really causes them and unfortunately, many people have cat allergies. In this article, we’ll give you some advice on…

The Dangers of Shedding in Cats

Shedding is part of a cat’s natural life cycle. You can’t prevent it from happening, but you can take precautions and avoid problems that can arise from it. Shedding seasons can cause your cat a lot of issues. So, read…

Homemade Cat Toys

Cats have a reputation for being very snobby and demanding animals. This is especially true when it comes to their taste level because cats want to eat best food and have the best place to sleep. However, homemade toys are inexpensive…

The Elf Cat: Curved Ears and No Hair

Human beings keep on trying to play God by creating new pets. One of mankind’s newest “accidents” is the outcome of crossbreeding an American Curl and a Sphynx. That’s how the Elf Cat came into to existence. It’s a hairless feline…

Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

In today’s article you can learn about a common and very contagious disease in cats. Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (FVR) is caused by feline herpesvirus (FHV) and/or feline calcivirus (FCV). Cats spread it through direct contact. Even though it’s easy to treat, some cases be fatal…

Anti-Inflammatories Can Be Fatal for Dogs and Cats

Anti-inflammatories are medications vets prescribe cats and dogs to reduce pain and swelling. They usually used for bone and joint related diseases such as arthrosis and arthritis, but there are a lot of other similar issues adult animals can have.