6 Ways To Show Your Cat How Much You Care

There’s nothing better than loving a cat – and nothing worse than the frustration that comes with being unable to tell them how much we care for them! Our cats may not understand our words, and they definitely don’t welcome being squished and kissed all over, but there are ways to say those three little words without saying anything at all! Even better? Your cat will get the message loud and clear!  1. Love, Pets and Attention The simplest, easiest … Read more

9 Signs Your Cat Actually Loves You

Have you ever wondered if your cat loves you? Cats express love for their owners in a number of ways. While some of these may be a bit obvious, other tokens of their affection have some hidden meaning behind them and you may have overlooked them not even realizing it. Once you know the signs, though, you’ll probably realize that your cat says “I love you” to you each and every day! If they demonstrate several or all of the … Read more

7 Signs That Your Cat Could Have Urinary Issues

We cat parents will do anything to make sure our kitties are healthy and happy. We also know that they tend to be predisposed to urinary issues. But sometimes, it’s hard to tell when there’s a problem – until it’s too late. We at iHeartCats asked Dr. Michel Selmer, DVM, CTCVMP, to tell us about some signs of potential urinary issues in cats. Also known as “The Caring Vet,” Dr. Selmer is a Certified Veterinary Food Therapist (CVFT) who uses principles … Read more

5 Subtle Signs That Your Cat Is Secretly In Pain

Cat owners know that their kitties are masters at hiding discomfort. So, how do we know when something is amiss and a trip to the vet is needed? In order to get more insight, we spoke with Dr. Michel Selmer, DVM, CTCVMP. Also known as “The Caring Vet,” he offers traditional, holistic, integrative medical, surgical, and wellness care to his patients. In the words of Dr. Selmer: “When your dog is sick, he’ll typically make it obvious that something is wrong, but your … Read more

5 Ear Signals Every Cat Owner Should Know

Your cat has 32 muscles in each of her ears. That’s more than five times the amount of muscles you have in your own! All of those muscles give your cat’s ears an amazing range of motion, including the ability to swivel up to 180 degrees. That incredible range of motion is part of the reason you cat has such a strong sense of hearing. In addition to helping her hear the slightest shuffle from prey or a potential predator, … Read more