Bringing home a new cat is an exciting time, and there’s one important step you can take right away to help create a smooth transition: confine your kitty! Starting in a small room promotes good litter box habits, and helps ensure your new furry friend becomes a happy and well-adjusted family member!
If your cat is experiencing litter box accidents, our comprehensive guide provides practical solutions to help you understand and address the underlying causes. From health issues to environmental factors, learn how to create a harmonious living space and guide your cat back to proper litter box habits.
When you take home a new kitty, it’s always a good idea to pet-proof your living space and remove any household dangers for cats. Some hazards are fairly well-known, like anti-freeze and chocolate. Others might surprise you!
Emergencies can happen any time and—while many people are prepared for their human household members—it’s important to make sure your pet is included in your emergency plan, too! This June, help celebrate National Pet Preparedness […]
There are very few experiences more endearing and entertaining than playing with a kitty… As long as kitty plays nice! Here are some tips and tricks to help you keep playtime fun, safe, and non-destructive: […]
“Honey, did you feed the cat?” That’s a question you might hear a lot at home. But a question we hear a lot at the rescue is: “HOW do I feed my cat?” Here are […]
You’ve probably heard the statistics: while an indoor cat usually lives 15-20 years, outdoor cats survive only 2-5 years on average. Outside, there are predators, cars, and toxins… But can a cat ever really be […]
Helping a shy kitty blossom takes time and patience—but it’s also incredibly rewarding! From first purr to first headbutt, there will be many milestones to celebrate. As you teach your new feline friend to relax […]
You are Your Kitty’s Best Advocate! 1) If you or someone you know becomes unable to care for a feline companion and must rehome a cat, start by contacting your own networks. Try reaching out […]