There are a plethora of litter brands and types out there, with each having its own pros and cons. The following unpacks all the options, giving you the right information about the right type of litter for your beloved feline companion.
As your dog or cat grooms and licks, they swallow loose hair. The main component of hair is a protein substance called keratin and is indigestible for our canine and feline friends. The good news is that hairballs are a common occurrence and typically don't need attention from pet owners.
Even with packaging improvements over the years, you are probably still left with a lot of boxes from your online shopping. What can you do with those boxes, other than recycle them? Well, if you’ve got pets, the answer is quite a lot! Read on for ideas on upcycling boxes into new and better toys for your pets.
Your cat may be at risk of dehydration, especially If you're living in a place where the temperature rises above 80 degrees. Here's a handy guide on how to figure out if your cat is drinking enough water.
Living in a time of quarantine can be tough, and it can be especially confusing for our cats. They think we've chosen to stay home perpetually just to steal their best napping spots. Luckily, there are easy ways to keep your cat entertained and fulfilled while you're home all the time. Read on to find out more!
The miniature panthers we keep in our homes, also known as "domestic" cats, are some of the cutest and most loving furry friends that we can own. However, indoor cats need lots of stimulation, attention, and love to keep them healthy and happy. Read on to find out how to keep your cat living her best life.
Cats are independent yet loving, playful, yet aloof creatures. But when they're not going to the bathroom where they should be going, it can be a problem. Here's a guide on how to prevent and fix problem peeing in your cat.
If your cat has urinary issues, the amount of ash in their diet could be to blame. Ash is a substance that is found in all of our foods, including foods meant for our cats. Here's how to find low ash food for your cats.
Did you know that most dry foods contain a very low percentage of moisture—often less than 10%! A dry-food-only diet isn't optimal for cats as they're biologically conditioned to get their water intake from eating moisture-rich prey.
Even indoor cats need a little taste of the outside once in a while. Did you know that it’s easy to leash-train your cat? Leash-training your cat is a safe alternative to letting your cat roam free outdoors. It also gives you a chance to get a little bit of exercise - and watch your cat enjoy the great outdoors! Here’s how to get started.