Is your cat acting weird lately? Has your friendly feline lost interest in socializing and playing with their favorite friends? Is she or he eating, sleeping, or meowing more or less like they used to do? If so, then this post is perfect for you. Read on to know why your cat is acting weird and learn how you can manage those changes.
Cats get sick from time to time.
But what can you do against it? How should you treat your kitty when she is walking around coughing, sneezing and simply not feeling well?
In the past, L-Lysine has been considered a valid supplement for kitties to strengthen their immune system. Today we’ll take a closer look at L-Lysine and tell you what you need for when your cat gets sick. read more
Fleas are complete trouble for any cat or dog and their owner so it’s important to find a viable flea treatment that works instantly. Capstar tablets are among the fastest-acting flea control solutions on the market. It is accessible to treat all dogs and cats that are over one month old and over 2 pounds. read more
As cats are such curious and adventurous animals, it’s only natural that they will often find themselves in risky situations. Thankfully, they have the right genetics to deal with awkward falls from a height, and the speed and agility to escape from the danger of aggressive animals. read more
Did you know that a healthy cat should only develop hairballs once or twice a year? This is according to the executive director of The CATalyst Council, Dr. Jane Brunt. Although often looked upon as a normal occurrence, the constant development of hairballs in your cat could indicate serious health complications. So serious, in fact, that every April 26th, we celebrate National Hairball Awareness Day, a day designed to create awareness about these seemingly normal but life-threatening occurrences. read more
A sick cat is always something to check on especially if it is an infection that could affect a household – more so the ones with multiple pets. The URI or Upper Respiratory Infection is getting more and more common for cats. Also known as the cat flu, this infection can easily spread. read more
Cats are amazing pets who love to cuddle with you. They are highly playful who gel with children as well, which makes them excellent family pets. Taking good care of their health plays a huge role in their overall well being and development. In order to keep them healthy and fit, we shall look at some excellent preventive measures of a number of common cat diseases. read more
Fleas can bother both you and your pets, causing itchiness and irritated skin. If left uncontrolled, fleas will reproduce quickly and become an infestation that is extremely hard to deal with.
Ideally, you want to stop the pesky parasites before they can even get near you and your pets, by keeping them out of your house and out of your yard. read more
You notice it almost immediately.
Fewer things are more putrid than the smell of cat urine where it’s not supposed to be.
You’ve cleaned a bunch of other messes, and your cleaning products have never failed you, so why is it that cat urine is so hard to get out? read more
When it comes to buying litter for your precious pets, there are numerous things you want to consider to best suit both you and them. It may seem like it does not really matter what brand you buy, provided it gets the job done. But the truth is that different brands provide different beneficial things and you need to choose based on both your own and your cat’s preferences. read more