Cats

Caring for a Deaf Cat

Cats have an incredible sense of hearing. The range is about 45-64000hz, compared with 64-23000hz in humans and 67-45000hz in dogs. They can hear sounds humans can’t, and they even win out over dogs when it comes to high frequency hearing. Being both predator as well as prey, a cat relies heavily on his sense …

10 Essential Ways to Keep Your Cat Happy

  Cats do so much to make us happy and bring joy to our lives. They tolerate our erratic schedules, inconsistent training methods, miscommunications, and clumsy attempts at interpreting what they’re trying to tell us. They seem to know we love them and are doing our best to help them enjoy happy and healthy lives. …

Pandora Syndrome in Cats

Almost everyone is familiar with the story of Pandora’s box. Zeus had given Pandora a locked box with a key, but she was instructed never to open it. Her curiosity got the better of her and when she unlocked the box, all the evils in the world escaped. In 2011, a study was done at …

How to Keep Your Cat’s Mouth Healthy

Dental issues are common in cats. Because cats can be very good at hiding pain and illness, cat parents may not know that something is going on until obvious outward signs appear. Many cat parents are also reluctant to brush their cats’ teeth or are unaware of the fact that teeth brushing is even needed …

Why Does My Cat Vomit?

If you live with a cat, you have most likely had to clean up some vomit from time to time. Vomiting in cats can be a sign of various health conditions. Many cat parents may disregard vomiting and label it as a typical or normal cat behavior but it’s important to know that it’s not …

15 Things Cat Owners Have in Common

  As cat owners, we have so many things in common. It’s wonderful to meet other cat lovers and cat owners, whether in person or through social media, and share pictures, stories, offer or receive advice. It’s wonderful to enjoy the special bond we share. When it comes to the things we have in common, …