Did you know this? Thanksgiving can be really dangerous for cats. Turkey bones and onions are just two Thanksgiving hazards for cats. And then there’s the nuisance factor — the cat who gets into everything that smells like it would be good to eat or grabs a few bites of the freshly carved turkey you’ve just put on a plate. How can you enjoy Thanksgiving with cats? Keep reading to see the suggestions I have for you.
It’s never too early to start looking for holiday gifts for cat lovers. The cats at our house have been searching online for gifts for our human whenever she’s not around. We’ve found some really cute things she’ll love, from a black cat face mask to an editor cat on a mug and a beautiful cat angel. Take a look. You’re sure to find something the cat lover in your life will love.
Compared to humans and most dogs, we’re tiny. But for an animal with such little feet, your cat’s carbon pawprint is huge. According to a 2017 issue of Forbes Magazine, cats and dogs are responsible for about a quarter of the greenhouses gas emissions caused by animal agriculture. Can cats go green? Well, yes and no. We’re obligate carnivores and need protein from animal sources. But there are still ways to reduce our impact on the environment. Keep reading to find out what they are.
Oh, no! Your cat has fleas? Poor cat. I hate those little buggers. Every bite itches so much, it makes me crazy. Fortunately, we know how to keep cats from getting fleas, so we don’t have to deal with them often, even though we spend a lot of time outside. But if your cat is itchy and scratching, keep reading. I’ll tell you some natural ways to get rid of fleas.
I can’t imagine trying to eat out of a slow feeder for cats. They must be so frustrating and uncomfortable. And you don’t need to do that to your cat! If he eats too fast, there are other ways to slow him down. Keep reading, and I’ll tell you how.
Phew… That lockdown is finally ending, and you’re going back to work. But what about your cat? Will she be happy to have the house to herself again, or will she miss you when you’re gone all day? If she’ll miss you, check out my tips for helping separation anxiety in cats.
How’s that quarantining with your cat working out? Oh… did you say it’s not? Are you losing patience with each other? Here are some suggestions to get through these difficult times together and still be close friends.