Products containing artificial pheromones can be an important tool for dealing with feline behavior problems, whether it’s territorial aggression, urinary marking, or simply a stressful trip to the vet. Cats naturally emit these pheromones. They are used to mark their territory as safe and secure by rubbing the side of their face against against furniture, or even against you.Continue Reading
A super soft, comfortable bed to curl up in on a cold (or any) day? Yes, please! The Best Friends by Sheri OrthoComfort Deep Dish Cuddler has a high back wall to provide support, and slightly lower front and side walls that make an ideal headrest, to provide the ultimate napping experience.Continue Reading
I am deeply saddened to announce that as of today, Radagast Petfood Inc., the makers of the wonderful Rad Cat raw diets, are shutting down production. The company made this difficult decision for economic reasons, following two recent recalls.Continue Reading
Having a cat knead you with their paws, also known as “making biscuits,” is one of the sweetest feelings in the world. Science Alert explored this topic earlier this week, and came up with a number of theories as to why cats do this. Regardless of what the real reason is, no matter how many times Allegra and Ruby do this, it melts my heart every time. Visit Science Alert to read the full article.
If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap:Continue Reading
Moving is stressful for humans, and it’s even more stressful for cats. Cats are creatures of habit who hate having their routine disrupted. There are things you can do to make a move less stressful for your cats and avoid problems associated with moving, such as inappropriate elimination, fear based aggression, and hiding.Continue Reading