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If you have a spouse or family member who complains about smelly/stinky litter boxes, then the answer should be a resounding yes.
Almost Invisible Cat Litter is a unique, high density amorphous silica gel that neutralizes the smell of urine in under 30 seconds and evaporates much of the liquid, keeping your litter box dry at all times. Continue Reading
Cats are living longer and healthier lives, thanks to improved veterinary care, better nutrition, and the fact that most pet cats are indoor cats. The definition of an older cat is usually preceded by the term “senior” or “geriatric.” Cats are considered senior between the ages of 11 and 14, and geriatric over the age of 15. Aging is a slow and gradual process, and there are things you can do to help keep your senior cat happy and healthy well into her golden years.Continue Reading
I stopped reading the news two years ago. Because one of the first things I would do while still in bed in the morning was to watch the headlines. But as the morning continued, the negativity that is modern news was like a cloud. If my daughter and the early morning rays of a new rising sun wasn’t enough to shake all the problems of the world off, then the news had to go.
So now when I hear about important things, it’s through a family member, people I work with and friends.
A weekend that’s all about cats, featuring some of my favorite people in the cat world, and it’s in New York City, my favorite city in the world? Yes, please!
Cat Camp NYC, the city’s first feline-focused conference and adoption extravaganza, is taking place the weekend of March 11-12 2017. The event will bring cat lovers together to celebrate all things cats and to discuss some of the most important and challenging problems facing cats today. There will be cat-themed vendors from around the country.Continue Reading
The American Association of Feline Practitioners recently launched its new website The Cat Community. The site’s aim is to provide the information cat caregivers need to be the best cat parent they can be. Powered by a group of passionate feline veterinarians, CatFriendly.com provides cat guardians with reliable educational information about their cat’s natural, but sometimes mysterious behaviors; the importance of routine veterinary care; feline diseases; tips on how to be a great cat friendly caregiver, and much much more.Continue Reading
Few accessories change an outfit the way a scarf can, and cat scarves are a fun way to show your love for cats in an understated way every day. I came across this gorgeous scarf from Ted and Jack recently and wanted to share it with you.Continue Reading
The J.M. Smucker Company expanded its voluntary recall on certain lots of 9Lives™, EverPet™, and Special Kitty™ canned cat food due to possible low levels of thiamine (Vitamin B1). The issue was discovered by the Quality Assurance team during a review of production records at the manufacturing facility. No illnesses related to this issue have been reported to date. The recall was first announced on January 3.Continue Reading
The vast majority of tortoiseshell cats are female, because two X chromosomes are required to produce black, gold and orange coloring. Male cats only have one X and one Y chromosome, so technically it’s genetically almost impossible for a male to inherit the tortoiseshell coloring. A male tortoiseshell has an extra X chromosome, making it an XXY. According to a study by the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri, only 1 in 3,000 tortoiseshell cats is male. Due to the chromosome imbalance, male tortoiseshell cats are (usually) sterile.Continue Reading