Your Cats Happiness and Health

How Cats Improve Our Mental Health

How Cats Improve Our Mental Health

We all know that cats are good at making us smile, but how does this translate to our overall health? Research has found that our cat companions can lead to an increase in serotonin and dopamine—the same neurotransmitters that make us feel good after exercising or being out in nature. Find out about the different ways cats help improve our mental health!
5 Reasons Why You Should Adopt A Shelter Cat

5 Reasons Why You Should Adopt A Shelter Cat

Whether you're a first time cat owner or you're looking to add another kitty to your crew, adopting a shelter cat comes with more benefits than just bringing home a new friend!

From saving a life to being more affordable, we're sharing 5 reasons why adopting a shelter cat is the way to go!

Cat with Easter Eggs

Ring in Spring with Your Cat: The Safe Way!

Springtime brings bugs, flowers, and for some of us, holiday celebrations. With all of these spring activities and cleaning to do, being aware of common spring items that could be harmful to your cat is important.

Read more to see how to ring in spring safely with your cat! 


3 Common Pet Poison Treatment Myths

3 Common Pet Poison Treatment Myths

Pet poisoning can be a scary thing! As pet parents, we want to try and do everything we can for them, as quickly as we can. Acting quickly without the guidance of your vet can lead to an even more harmful situation.

Be aware of these common pet poison treatment myths and avoid them if you think your pet has been poisoned.

Pet Poison Prevention: 5 Ways To Keep Your Pet Safe

Pet Poison Prevention: 5 Ways To Keep Your Pet Safe

We're celebrating Pet Poison Prevention Awareness month by helping you, as a pet parent, to stay informed with many common household items that can be toxic to your pet.

Knowing what and how to keep these items away from your pets can help you both avoid an unwanted medical emergency.

February is Spay and Neuter Awareness Month

February is Spay and Neuter Awareness Month

Did you know that just one cat can have up to 3 litters in just one year? That could mean up to 12 kittens! Free-roaming cats that have not been spayed and neutered are a growing concern as overpopulation can lead shelters to be overcrowded and spread disease. 

Since February is Spay and Neuter Awareness month, we're looking at several important reasons why helping to get free-roaming cats fixed is important.



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