Month: June 2012

Identification: Cat Collars or Microchipping

When it comes to identification for your cat, you may not think it’s important if he never goes outdoors. Actually, all cats should have some form of I.D. because the “unthinkable” could happen one day where your indoor kitty bolts out the door or is accidentally let outside. Types of Identification for Cats There are …

How to Keep Cats out of Your Yard

The appearance of an unfamiliar outdoor cat in your yard can create problems in your existing feline family. If your cat is allowed outdoors, the appearance of an unwanted feline stranger can result in fighting. Not only is this extremely stressful to both cats but there’s a strong probability that one or both will get …

Don’t Leave Pets in Parked Cars

If you’re traveling with your pet, please remember that temperatures inside a parked car will skyrocket in mere moments. Even a car that’s parked in the shade will create dangerously unsafe temperature conditions for any animal locked inside. Many people may think that leaving windows cracked open will provide enough cool air circulation but that …

Wool Sucking Behavior in Cats

If you’ve never heard of this, I know it probably sounds like a very weird and unappealing thing for a cat to do, but it’s actually relatively common. What is Wool Sucking? The behavior consists of a cat actually sucking on items such as blankets, sweaters, shoelaces and even bathmats and carpets. The most common …