Just like dogs need walks, cats need play. Learn the what, when, why, and how of exercise here.
Cats are obligate carnivores. Nutritional need and feeding tips for cats are covered in this section.
…You DO spay/neuter your cats right? How about grooming? Do you clip claws or cap claws? All answers about hygiene will go in this section.
Socialization is related to Territory (cats need to feel ownership of territory), which is related to Catification (creating environmentally appropriate living areas for cats). Learn about Socialization here.
Sleep routines, sleep areas, sleep beds. Sleep is a huge part of a cat’s life! Let’s talk about it here.
Catification is about creating feline-friendly environments that cater to a cat’s natural instincts to climb, perch, rest, play, and own their space.
You can help introductions go smoothly: both pet-to-pet and pet-to-human. Learn how in this section.
Travel & Moving
Issues related to house guests, pet sitters, motion sickness (yes, cats can have motion sickness), cages/kennels, sedation for travel, hotels, and more.
Cats in Christmas trees, tinsel and ribbons, oh my! Help your cats (and you) through 4th of July, New Years, fireworks, and Halloween with the articles we post here.
You see the worst kinds of aggression problems on My Cat From Hell. See the best advice Jackson has about these issues here.
Scaredy-Cat Socialization Problems
There are shy cats and there are scaredy cats. Let’s help those scaredy ones. Learn more in this section.
We admit, this problem stinks. The good news is, once you learn why a cat sprays, you can get them to stop. It might take work, but it’s possible. Learn more here.
Does your cat tear up couches? Gnaw on books? Turn furniture to sawdust? Let’s learn about solving problems of destruction.
Some cat behavior isn’t dangerous or destructive. It’s just annoying. Get tips and ideas on how to stop them from jumping on counters, waking you up at night, or meowing like it’s going out of style.
Community Cats & Trap-Neuter-Return
Stray cats, feral colonies, TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return). These subjects play a huge part in working towards a world where no animal needs to die in a shelter. Learn more here.
How old is that kitten? How do you care for them? Get some real-world advice about the creatures that rule the internet as we post articles in this section.
Obesity, hyperthyroidism, allergies, hairballs, FIV, IBD… The list goes on, and though we wish it didn’t, we’re creating this section to help you with your cat’s medical condition.
If your cat’s gotten past 7 years old, you may find this section helpful. Tips and insights about how to keep them healthy and comfortable for all their nine lives.
Alternative Medicine for Animals
Sure, humans get an annual physical from a Western Medical Doctor, but many of us also use “alternative medicine” – massage, acupuncture, chiropractic, holistic remedies, and more. Animals can benefit from these treatments, too. Learn about them here.
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