• Feeding Your New Kitten or Cat

    Feeding Your New Kitten or Cat

    Feeding your kitten the right diet from the start is important for the health of not only your kitten, but for your adult cat too. Your kitten is growing, so he needs more calories and fat than an adult cat needs. Food designed for kittens has that basic need covered. Your kitten should have dry food available for him at...

     
  • Cat Training

    Cat Training

    Believe it or not, cats can be trained! They can be trained to stay off the counters, stay away from your food at dinner time, and of course, to do certain special things for you which are generally defined during the relationship between you and your cat. I once had a cat that would turn lights on, mostly in the...

     
  • Cat Scratching

    Cat Scratching

    Cats are wonderful pets to have and love, but we all want a presentable house for the most part. Furniture isn’t cheap, and doing your best to stop them from scratching it can be a challenging quandary. Cats need to scratch to stretch their muscles and keep their nails trimmed and sharpened. It is a natural and instinctive thing for...

     
  • Cat Treatment & Behavior

    Cat Treatment & Behavior

    Cats are free spirits. When you decide to adopt a cat, it means accepting their behaviors, whether instinctual or personality driven. Some instinctual traits are scratching, nocturnal activity, and a desire to “hunt”. I have seen personality traits such as teasing, toilet paper shredding, curtain climbing, and playing “fetch”. Some traits are pleasant, others are not. As you are getting...

     
  • Cat Peeing

    Cat Peeing

    Cats are wonderful little creatures, but sometimes they refuse to use their cat box, especially for peeing. Many times litter box problems are usually only associated with peeing. This is where your cat will use the box for pooping, but when it comes to peeing, they have decided that a nice corner, or a plastic bag left out on the...

     
  • Cat Anatomy

    Cat Anatomy

    Have you ever wondered how your cat can see in near total darkness? Or how he can jump very high onto a ledge barely wide enough for his feet? Well read on! We have tried to answer all the questions you could have about your cat here. If we missed something, please ask us your question using Cat Chat ....

     
  • Bringing Your New Kitten Home

    Bringing Your New Kitten Home

    When you first step foot in the door with your new kitten, the very first thing you want to do is bring your kitten to the cat box. Set him in there, and let him find his way around the house from that point. This is so he will know his way to the box when he feels like he...

     
  • Cat Aggression

    Cat Aggression

    People generally tend to think of cats and kittens as very cute and cuddly bundles of fur. But, they can get to a point where they are considered aggressive, and can get there for many of the same reasons that just about any animal would. This is even more common when you are dealing with cats fighting between one another...

     
  • Kitten Care Guide

    Kitten Care Guide

    It can be a great thing when you have a kitten that you can snuggle up with and call your own. But, there are also important care tips that you should take into consideration before having a kitten in your home. The things that you do for the kitten within the first half a year can effect them for the...

     
  • Cat Hairballs

    Cat Hairballs

    Every cat is going to come up with a hairball at one point or another, it is just a part of being a cat. You have probably heard your cat trying to get a hairball out. It is a natural thing and usually is not a red flag. But, by understanding what hairballs are and what causes them, you can...