Yesterday, we featured this year’s 5 most popular posts in the Feline Health category. Today, I’d like to share some of our most popular posts in the Feline Lifestyle category.
How to Build a Catio: A Firsthand Account
One woman’s account about building a catio for her three cats generated a lot of interest (and I’m hoping it inspired some of you to consider a catio for your cats). Click here to read the full article.
Don’t Believe These 6 Common Myths About Cats
Cats don’t have nine lives, and they don’t suck the breath out of babies. While it’s pretty obvious to most rational human being that these two myths are not true, there are many other tall tales about cats that are completely false. Perhaps this is because cats, despite having lived with humans for thousands of years, still remain a mystery even to those of us who know and love them. Click here to read the full article.
Hiring a Professional Cat Sitter: What You Need to Know
Hiring a cat sitter can be a daunting task. After all, you will trust this person not just with your precious cats, but also with your home. Unless you have a trusted friend or family member who can care for your cats while you’re away from home, hiring a professional cat sitter is your best option. Click here to read the full article.
How to Help Animals Affected by Recent Disasters
This year, we had to run far too many “How to help the Animals…” posts. Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria, and the California wildfires destroyed many parts of the United States and displaced people and pets. I gathered information on various local organizations that worked hard, and are still working hard, to help those affected by the disasters. Click on the name of each disaster at the beginning of the paragraph for more information.
Cats and Drums: How Cats Became an Important Part of Jeff Plate’s Life
Jeff Plate is one of the most accomplished and hardest working drummers in rock and roll. The New York State native began taking drum lessons at the age of 12, after a sports injury ended his dream of becoming a pitcher for the New York Yankees. Best known for his work with Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Jeff shares his rural New York state home with wife Cathy, two cats and a dog. Click here to read my interview with Jeff.