14 Reasons Why Your Cat Is Always Hungry

Is your cat eating everything in sight? Is your cat old or a kitten, overweight or underweight? There are many medical and behavioral reasons why your cat might be hungry but the actual condition of excessive eating or increased appetite is called polyphagia. Your veterinarian can best determine the reason, but there are several clues to … Read more

Cat Coughing and Gagging: What Does it Mean?

Does your cat coughing and gagging disturb you? When your cat does these, it becomes agitated; others arch their back, open their jaw wide, and then might vomit or retch. The outcome is frequently pretty nasty and painful for your pet. There are a lot of causes of coughing and gagging, and the reason is … Read more

5 Reasons Why Your Cat Is Not Drinking Water

Cat evolution made modern cats have a low thirst drive. They have developed the ability to conserve water in their body with an efficient kidney. You may confirm this by looking at their dry feces or by their concentrated urine. But this doesn’t mean that your cat doesn’t need to consume any more water. Cats … Read more

Cat Sleeping Positions: What Do They Tell You?

Cats are odd sometimes – but maybe that’s why we love them so much. unpredictability and downright silliness of a cat’s character are perhaps what makes them the most popular four-legged companion pet in the world. Unusual behavior and entertaining antics have practically become the cat’s middle name, to the point that they’ve become the unintentional … Read more

What Kind Of Milk Can Cats Drink?

Although the classic depiction of a cat drinking out of a bowl of milk has been reinforced through old pieces of media and cartoons, this is actually a myth which has been thoroughly debunked by veterinary science(1). Many people don’t know this, however, and believe it’s perfectly fine or even cute to give their cats … Read more

Felix Adventure Pack: The 41-Item Checklist for Camping with Cats 

For health purposes, the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) strongly promotes keeping your pet cat indoors. While there are merits to permanently confining our fur babies, this deprivation of freedom may not sit well for us. The relatively high prevalence of escape artists among America’s pet cats simply reinforces that emphatic … Read more

40 Greatest Reasons to Turn Your Home Into a Cat’s Refuge

In 2018, roughly 95.6 million cats already have a home among people living in the United States. According to the American Pet Products Association (APPA), 31% of domestic cats are acquired from animal shelters while roughly 27% were directly saved from the streets.  Each time people close their doors to a homeless cat, the little … Read more

Wet Cat Food Vs. Dry Cat Food – What’s Best?

For most cats, if you compare wet food vs dry food, wet food is the better choice. Here’s why: In order to determine what is best for cats, it is worth taking a look into their past. According to the book “Nutrient Requirements of Dogs and Cats” by the National Research Council, when cats rely … Read more

8 Therapeutic Benefits Of Cat’s Purr

For nearly 9,000 years, cats have been one of the earliest animal companions of human beings.  As of 2017 to 2018, there are roughly 94.2 million cats in the United States as proof of that mutual coexistence. But for a creature that is designed to be (arguably) the most efficient predator in the animal kingdom, … Read more