Covid-19is the topic on all of our minds lately, and as we go through life trying to navigate this new normal, it is easy to forget that pets can be just as impacted as we are. Like any natural disaster, our local animal shelters are feeling the heat and will need a little extra support.
April is National Heartworm Awareness Month, and with our health being on our minds now more that ever, it is just as important that we are keeping our furry family members healthy as well. While heartworm prevention isn't at the forefront of most cat parent's minds, it is important to know the facts.
Do you know who never forgets to put self-care first? Your cat! Our kitties are self-care connoisseurs, so who better to get you back on the self-care bandwagon than your favorite feline? Simply follow your cat, and you'll be back to showing yourself some love in no time!
Self-quarantine is rough on everyone, but no one is suffering more than your cat. For cats that are used to their humans being away at work for 8+ hours a day, this time is particularly hard, and we need to do our part to make sure they are as comfortable as possible with our intrusion.
It's true that we all love our cats, some of us are even slaves to them. We are always at their every beckoning call. While we all have a soft spot for our feline friends, no one is quite as obsessed with cats as the Ancient Egyptians. Check out these fun facts about Ancient Egypt's cat obsession!
Ensuring your cats are spayed and neutered is key in cat population control (especially for your outdoor cat), resulting in a fewer number of cats finding their way into the rescue circuit, but did you know that there are also a number of crucial health benefits as well?