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!
Meet May’s Foster of the Month, Sarah—an exceptional foster with an unwavering love for cats! From mama cats, to tiny kittens, and senior felines, Sarah fearlessly takes on any challenge that comes her way
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.
Cats love hitting the snooze button and dozing off — the term “catnap” exists for good reason. But have you ever wondered why cats nap so much?
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!
From being rescued off the streets of Benton, WA, to arriving at SAFe Rescue, and eventually getting adopted into a loving home, Lou has quite the story. Through it all, Lou always remained as sweet and affectionate as can be.
Learn about your cat’s unique relationship with her water bowl and how you can help keep kitty’s kidneys healthy. One of the simplest ways to help keep your cat happy and healthy is to make […]
June is National Pet Preparedness Month! A large part of being prepared in case of an emergency is making sure you have the appropriate supplies on hand to assist you in times of crisis. Here are […]
Indoor cats often just see the outdoors as TV, watching the world go by while their humans are out. Do you want your kitty to be able to venture beyond the window and explore the […]