Hello, this is Lucinda, your literate cat. I’ve learned in my reading that if you want to have an argument but you only want your side to be heard, you can have a rant. I’ll try it. Here are your thoughts from a cat for today. It’s my duty and my privilege as an educated … Read more Thoughts From A Cat
From time to time, friends give me books about cats. They must think I like the critters, or something. Today I will review one of those books, to help you answer the question, “What is the cat saying?” The book I’m reviewing is called Cat Talk, by Carole C. Wilbourn, cat therapist. In it, she … Read more What Is The Cat Saying?
Did you know many Siamese cat facts? For example, the Siamese cat was the legendary Royal Cat of Siam, now known as Thailand. The story goes that it lived in the royal palace, where it guarded the place from intruders by jumping down from the walls upon them. Have you ever had a Siamese cat? … Read more Did You Know These Siamese Cat Facts?
While you are putting strategies and practices in place to allow you the best chance of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, have you considered your pet’s health in the mix? Are you concerned that your pet could also contract the virus? What connection is there between cats and coronavirus? Can My Pet Become Infected? The … Read more Cats And Coronavirus
As some of you know, I now have a senior cat that I adopted from the shelter in Juneau. I’ve had him for a year, and he is 15, going on 16 now. He’s the sweetest cat, and I’m very glad I got him. However, he is an old man cat. He has renal disease, … Read more How To Care For Senior Cats
Greetings and happy purrs today from Lucinda, your literate cat. This post will be a bit different. My CCL (Cantankerous Cat Lady) showed me an article in the Catster online magazine about the difference in the way a cat and a two-legged age. After reading this article, I learned some answers to some things that … Read more Lucinda Discusses Cat Age vs. Human Age
Did you realize that asthma is not just a human disease, but is one of the most common respiratory diseases in cats? The disease affects between one to five per cent of cats. The average age when this condition begins is between four and five years old. So, do you know how to treat a … Read more How To Treat A Cat With Asthma
Hello, readers, and welcome to another column from Lucinda, the literate cat. Today I’m writing on a bit of a controversial subject. I’m addressing the issue of cat punishment. My first letter comes from a female cat named Tabitha. Here is what she says: Dear Lucinda, I’m about to give up on trying to understand … Read more LETTERS TO LUCINDA: Cat Behavior Solutions #10
Researching for this post was interesting. Not only are there extra-long articles on the subject, but there is some difference of opinion as well. If you have asked, “Can you make your own cat food,” the answer is “yes.” However, read this post first to learn a bit about what is involved. Then, if you … Read more Can You Make Your Own Cat Food?
I love researching and writing about cats. Sometimes I get so wrapped up in forwarding valuable information to you that I forget I’m supposed to be an affiliate marketer. As such, I’m supposed to offer you great gifts for cat lovers. Therefore, in this post, to make up for my own negligence, I am reviewing … Read more Great Gifts For Cat Lovers