Category: Cats

What Do Cats Need to Be Healthy?

Taking Care of Cats

What do indoor cats need to be healthy and happy? Good Litter Box For starters, they should have good litter available to them at all times. This means the litter should be cleaned/scooped daily so they’re not having a hard time finding a clean and clear place to poop in peace. Litter boxes need to… Read more »

Easter and Your Pet

Easter Decorations and Your Pet

The Easter holidays are a special time to share with your family, eat good food and enjoy the spring weather. But when you’re having a bunch of family members come to your home for Easter dinner, there are a few things you may not have realized can be a hazard to your pet. Here are… Read more »

Your Best Bet for Your Dog's Health is Avoiding Byproducts

Everyone wants to feed their dog the very best food so they can have a long, healthy and happy life. But with all the different brands and types of dog food on the market it becomes a hard decision. All-organic products however can keep your pet free of unhealthy byproducts which can greatly impact their… Read more »

When Boarding your Pet, Cleanliness Crucial to Health

If you’re hopping a flight or heading to a destination not allowing you four legged friend, you will need to board your pet. But before picking your furry friend’s temporary home, you are going to want to make sure it’s a clean and comfortable place where your pet will be happy. But this is only… Read more »

Socializing your Dog Essential to Happiness

Properly socializing your dog from an early age is among the most important aspects of being a dog owner. Socialization is essential to your dog’s happiness and is sure to positively affect his health and longevity. Dogs, like humans, are social by nature. The earlier and more frequently you socialize your dog, the happier his… Read more »

Did ya know this about cats?

Domestic cats purr at about 26 cycles per second, the same frequency as an idling diesel engine. They start purring at one week old and purr both when inhaling and when exhaling. Young cats purr in monotone but older cats purr in two to three resonant notes. Purring means contentment.