• Posted on Sunday, August 11th, 2013

    How to Work with a Cat Who’s a Fussy Eater


    Whether you’ve just decided to adopt a cat or you’re a longtime pet parent, most cat owners will tell you that their cats can be particularly fussy about their food from time to time. Cats are …read more »

  • Posted on Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

    The Ultimate Cat Training Challenge

    leash train cat

    Cats and leashes rarely mix. What seems like second nature with a dog simply doesn’t work with cats for one reason or another. Perhaps it’s part of a cat’s personality – which seems to view pet parents …read more »

  • Posted on Monday, July 22nd, 2013

    Watching TV with your cat

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    The weather is perfect for staying indoors. Boiling hot temperatures, high humidity and an unrelenting sun don’t make for fun outdoor excursions, especially when you’re covered with fur! Whether your cat is an outdoors animal or …read more »

  • Posted on Sunday, July 14th, 2013

    Summer vacationing with or without your cat

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    Cat owners tend to have an easier time with day trips and weekend getaways. After all, cats are trained to use their litter boxes and pet parents can buy time-release dishes that fill at set hours. …read more »

  • Posted on Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

    Tips to Prepare Your Home for a New Kitten.

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    While most people associate spring and summer with warming temperatures, blooming flowers and the world becoming more lush and green, for animal shelter workers, this is kitten season. During the spring, animal shelters and rescue groups …read more »

  • Posted on Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

    Tips for Keeping Your Pet’s Bed Flea-Free


    If you own an outdoor cat or a dog that enjoys spending most of its days outside, you might be adamant about flea and tick control because of the parasites that lurk in the wilderness. However, …read more »