Your Cat Is Your Unique, Treat Him To A Food That’s Just As Special As He Is

Your cat is a hunter, chasing red dots. He’s a world-class napper. He pours himself into boxes and claws scratching posts. He’s totally one-of-a-kind and he does it all with a yawn and a flick of his tail. So cool. There is no other cat in the world like your cat. So it’s important to keep your kitty in tip-top shape as best you can, because he won’t be replaced. The road to health starts at his bowl – and … Read more

If You’ve Noticed Your Cat Limping Or Any Stiffness, Do These 4 Things Immediately

Watching your cat age is unavoidable, but there are ways you can make their adult life as comfortable and painless as possible. Cats as young as five are at risk of developing stiffness in their joints. They gradually spend more time lying down than playing, and you might notice them walking with a limp or taking longer than usual to climb a flight of stairs. Joint health in cats is affected by diet, weight, and daily lifestyle. The cartilage that … Read more

Sleepless Nights? Here’s How To Help Your Cat Stop Snoring

You’re sleeping soundly with your favorite feline curled up at your side, but a sudden, a snore can seriously ruin the moment. Snoring cats aren’t as common as snoring dogs or people, and it’s natural to be slightly worried—as well as sleep-deprived. In most cases, however, cat snoring is nothing to worry about. There is a chance it’s medical related, but your cat’s snores could also be part of a simpler problem. Here are a few common reasons why cats … Read more

Cat Food Companies Are Lying To Us About A Vital Nutrient Our Kitties Desperately Need

Following a slew of pet food recalls and exposé documentaries and articles, it’s no wonder that cat parents are taking a more proactive role in learning about their kitty’s diets. Unfortunately, we’ve learned that we can no longer take nutritional claims at face value; but the good news is, our awareness helps us give our feline friends the happiest, healthiest (nine!) lives possible. One essential ingredient that many cat foods claim to contain is omega-3 fatty acids. It’s true that … Read more

Looking to Reduce Shedding and Hairballs? Try this…

Is your cat a super-shedder? You may feel like your house is just made of fur at this point, the legendary Furminator has met it’s match, and your clothes are all a cotton/cat hair blend, but don’t give up hope. If you’re looking to give your brushing-hand a rest, consider giving your cat an omega fatty acid supplement. Omega fatty acids have several benefits for pets, my favorite being that they can help reduce shedding in your cat. Shedding happens … Read more

This Powerful Ingredient May Help Substantially With Your Cat’s Itchiness

Cats get dry, itchy skin for a number of reasons. They could have a food allergy, be sensitive to something in their environment, or have a skin parasite. A visual inspection of their skin may give you insight into the problem, but stopping the itch is a different story. Parasites will likely require a specific plan of attack, but if your cat has allergies, adding Omega fatty acids to their diet could be the powerful ingredient you’ve been looking for. … Read more

Is It Normal For Cats To Sleep In Their Litter Boxes?

Cats are known for sleeping in strange places—boxes, bathroom sinks, shoes—but a cat that prefers to sleep in the litter box is a different story. The first time it happens, you’re tempted to grab your camera to document the oddity, but it’s important to realize it’s a stinky and unsanitary habit. It could be physical or emotional, but sleeping in the litter box is a sign of a real problem. Here are a few common reasons why cats start sleeping … Read more

8 Things You Need To Know About Your Chubby Cat

Fat cats get a lot of attention for being the glue that keeps the internet together, and cartoons and social media celebrate their funny physiques. They’re cute and look like the perfect pillows, but there’s more to them than their rolls of furry fat. The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention reports over half of the country’s pet cats are obese. If you’re the proud owner of one of those 55 million tubby kitties, there are a few things you should … Read more

5 Reasons To Keep Your Cat Indoors

Do you struggle with whether or not to let your cat outside to enjoy the great outdoors? Do you think they’d be happier if you could let them out to live on the wild side? The average lifespan of an outdoor cat is only 2-5 years, while the average indoor cat can have 15-20 healthy years. With information from PETA, American Humane, and Drs Foster and Smith, here are some of the factors that lead to low life expectancy for … Read more

6 Subtle Signs Your Cat May Be Sick

Cats are masters at hiding illnesses, so it’s not always easy to know when something is wrong. To make matters more complicated, sometimes the signs are so subtle that they may be easy to miss or disregard. Here are 6 subtle signs to look out for and take seriously. Your cat’s health and life may depend on it. #1 – Dull coat A healthy coat on  a cat will be smooth and shiny. Dull coats often indicate poor nutrition or … Read more