There are now many more cats living in America than there are dogs – about 20 million more. One of the reasons for this (apart from the fact that cats are clearly a wonderful pet) is that people… Read More >
The holidays can be a stressful time for everyone, including your cat. When planning for the holidays, cat parents should consider pet safety and the potential risk to their cat’s health and well-being. Keeping her in mind while preparing for… Read More >
The Face-Off: Norwegian Forest Cat vs Maine Coon[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="750"] A Maine Coon source: https://unsplash.com/photos/405Q7642t1E[/caption]
The battle of the big fluffy cats! Okay, maybe not really a battle, but in this post, we will be comparing the Norwegian Forest Cat and the Maine Coon. Both of which are considered large domestic cat breeds with a muscular body and semi-long majestic fur, making them extra fluffy.
At first glance, the Norwegian Forest Cat and the Maine Coon indeed have similar features. Their large size, right away, makes some people assume they are either a Norwegian Forest Cat or a Maine Coon.
Kittens and cats should already be familiar with a litter box when they are purchased from a pet store or adopted from a shelter. I remember my mom telling me that mother cats teach their kittens how to… Read More >
Owning a cat can be a wonderful experience; cats provide companionship yet are relatively easy to look after and make excellent pets to have around the house. They are great with children and can be kept inside if… Read More >
This year, I adopted a kitten– and while I knew about the best kitten food for Asher’s needs, and even bought the best cat gear to keep him busy, I also knew how important his dental health was. And when it comes to dental health, selecting the best cat or kitten toothpaste can make a big difference.
While you’d think cat essentials, like kitty litter and the best litter boxes, may top a new pet owner’s list, it turns out that taking care of your cat’s teeth is just as important.
But it also turns out that most pet owners don’t think enough about it. While an estimated 95 percent of pet owners brush their own teeth daily, just 8 percent brush their dog’s teeth. That percentage gets worse for cats. A mere 4 percen