Cats

Cat Agility at Home

Dogs shouldn’t have all the fun! Did you know you can teach your cat to do agility? It doesn’t mean you have to enter kitty in any official agility games but you can create an indoor obstacle course to provide her with some extra fun and exercise. An Easy Way to Begin Start with something …

Prevent Litter Box Ambushes

If you have multiple cats and there’s tension between two or more of them, then that tension may be carried over into the litter box. When a cat is taking care of personal business in the box is sometimes the ideal time for an opponent to stage an ambush. This is especially convenient for the …

Help Your Cat Adjust to a Carrier

Do you have one of those cats who always knows when you’re planning a trip to the veterinarian’s office? Perhaps your cat even knows before you’ve taken the carrier down from the shelf? Before you have a chance to get the carrier off the shelf kitty has taken up residence under the bed. Is your …

The Benefits of a Cat Tree

A cat tree isn’t just an extravagant purchase for a cat guardian, it’s actually a beneficial addition to the indoor environment. Humans live in a horizontal world but cats live in a vertical one and they depend on elevated areas for safety, comfort, exercise and fun. If you’ve ever had to retrieve your kitty from …

No More Stinky Litter Boxes

In print and TV advertisements we’re bombarded by countless manufacturers claiming their products can reduce or eliminate litter box odors. Everyone claims to have the latest and greatest product to end the dreaded stinky litter box. Whether it’s something you sprinkle into the litter, spray in the box, or add to your cat’s food, companies …

Introducing Dogs and Cats

  In order to make a good match and keep both the cat and dog safe, do your homework so you can try to create a compatible match. Once you’ve picked a companion you’ll need to do an appropriate introduction. If you attempt to simply put a cat and dog together in order for them to …

Leash Training Your Indoor Cat

Even if you never plan on taking your cat on a walk outdoors there’s a good reason to leash train her. It can help with a new cat introduction, aggressive issues between companion cats or even when introducing a dog to your cat. If you’re dealing with a cat who displays offensive aggression toward companion …