Cat Articles

Twenty-Three Pieces of Cat Wisdom

Twenty-Three Pieces of Cat Wisdom 1. “Do not meddle in the affairs of cats, for they are subtle and will pee on your computer.” — Bruce Graham 2. “There is no snooze button on a cat who wants breakfast.” — Unknown 3.... read more

When to give treats

When to Dish Out Those Kitty Treats And What’s Best     Has your cat trained you to dish out the treats with a flick of her tail and a demanding meow? Unfortunately, many of the kitty treats currently available in pet supply stores contain large amounts of sugar... read more

When your cat’s is overweight

When your  cat’s is overweight We all know somebody who has a fat dog or cat. It’s unfortunate but true – just as our general population is getting more obese, so are out pets. If you love your pet you’ll tend to spoil them. The health risks to... read more

Plants and your Cat

Plants and Your Cat Plants add the needed finishing touches to any decor. But, if you have a feline, that beautiful plant could become a deadly enemy. Listed here are plants poisonous to cats that must be avoided if there are cats in your home. Note that lilies, in... read more

Poisons and Cats

Our pets are marvellous beings. We provide food, attention, training, medical care and love. In exchange, they offer companionship, protection, enjoyment and their own love for us. For all that they have to offer, though, they must rely on us for protection from harm.... read more

Cat Fillers

Why does my cat stand and lift its paws up and down in one place on your body, almost like marching in place? This is a cat behavior left over from kittenhood, when they kneaded their mother’s belly to help the milk flow. Some cats will actually knead and drool... read more

Introducing a new cat to your household

Exactly how you introduce a new cat into your home and to a resident feline can make the difference between success or failure. If a relationship becomes violent or fearful it will be very difficult to reverse reactions that kitty feels are vital to its survival.... read more

Giving your cat medication

As anyone with a cat can tell you, giving them medication, especially a particularly stubborn or obstinate one, can be a real chore. Following are a few “vet approved” methods for giving kitty what’s good for them! PILLS First, try confining your cat... read more

Cat Trivia

Cat Trivia– A squint, technically called strabismus, is a positioning of the eyes so that they both look toward the nose. It’s fairly common in Siamese. Some people believe the squinting causes the cat to see double. The legend that accounts for the eye... read more

Stray Cat Strut

STRAY CAT STRUTStray cats will not be fed.Stray cats will not be fed anything except dry cat food moistened with a little milk.Stray cats will not be fed anything except dry cat food moistened with warm milk, yummy treats and leftover fish scraps.Stray cats will not... read more

What is a Cat?

What is a Cat?1.    Cats do what they want.2.    They rarely listen to you.3.    They’re totally unpredictable.4.    When you want to play, they want to be alone.5.    When you want to be alone, they want to play.6.    They expect you to cater to their every... read more

Laws of physics for cats

While we’re tallying the dogs vs. cats votes (dogs are winning, cat lovers!) I thought it might be fun to look at some ofthe reasons we love our feline companions. Following are the basic laws of physics as they apply to cats, which are not necessarily at all... read more

Some cat folklore

– A common folk cure for a sty on the eyelid was to rub it with the tail of a black cat. – In Southern Texas it was thought that if a cat washed his face, there would be visitors. – In the Ozark Mountains of Tennessee and Arkansas, when a girl... read more

The epitome of cat

Another installment of our ever popular feature of cat quotes. While not all of these will necessarily apply to your res-ident feline, many of them certainly will. “No matter how much cats fight, there al-ways seems to be plenty of kittens.”– Abraham... read more

How old is my cat?

In general, cats live longer than most dogs. An average life span might be 12 to 14 years, with some cats reaching 20 or more. A cat’s longevity depends on whether or not it lives indoors or is allowed outdoors (outdoor cats live an average of eight years),... read more

The 10 Catmandments

1) I am the Lord of thy House. 2) Thou shalt have no other pets before Me. 3) Thou shalt never ignore Me. 4) I shall ignore Thou when I feel like it. 5) Thou shalt be grateful that I even give Thou the time of day. 6) Remember My food dish and keep it full. 7) Thou... read more
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