These days, more and more people are becoming aware that declawing is bad for kitties. From Denver to Nova Scotia, some areas have even made the surgery illegal. And it turns out that declawing a […]
If Your Kitty Starts Thinking Outside the Box… When you come home to the frustration of a kitty “Oops,” your first thought might be that your companion is just acting naughty… or intentionally trying to […]
A Misunderstood Condition The concurrence of the discovery of FIV and HIV in the 1980’s—and the relatively frighteningly unknown nature of the latter—caused confusion and had a negative impact on cats diagnosed with FIV. Before […]
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 […]
What comes to mind when you hear the word “Ringworm”? Did you think “Eww,” “No way!” or “Worms are gross”? If so, you aren’t the only one! But do you know the real facts? Answer […]
When kittens go home by themselves, Single Kitten Syndrome can become a real “cat-tastrophe” for felines and humans alike.
Rescue cats all have age categories listed on their profile – and many adopters start their search with an ideal age for their new furry friend in mind. But what’s really in a number? Here […]
What is FIV? Feline Immunodeficiency Virus is a very manageable, but often misunderstood illness, that most often affects un-neutered male cats between the age of three and five. It is found, however, in both males […]