With 2020 continuing to throw us perpetual curveballs, this Thanksgiving is gearing up to be the most abnormal one that any of us have experienced. Our traditional family gatherings to celebrate one of our most beloved holidays are either severely downsized or canceled all together.
With our Thanksgiving tables being smaller, it's only natural to want to include our feline friends into family dinner. While sharing a Thanksgiving meal with your cat instead of your relatives may be tempting, it's important to know the do's and don'ts of sharing certain thanksgiving favorites with your feline friend.
Although the idea of sharing your plate with your cat this Thanksgiving sounds like the best alternative to getting together with your family, just remember to follow these rules to make them their very own feline-friendly Thanksgiving feast!
Many domesticated cats live stress-free lives. If they’re indoor-only, then most of their days are probably spent sleeping by a window, knowing when and where their next meal will come from, and getting lots of pets and scratches (on their terms, of course).
However, cats benefit greatly from enrichment and they need it to live a happy, fulfilling life! We're diving into what enrichment looks like for cats and what things you can start to do now to make their lives more enriching.
Cats can be emotional support animals (ESA) to their human companions and many people see tremendous benefits of having a cat (or other animal as an ESA).
There are several things to be mindful of when getting your cat registered as an ESA, including the differences between an ESA and service animal, and how to make it official.