I have been wanting to write something about a way to help rid cats of fleas, but as they are somewhat rare in Alaska, I’ve had no practical experience. Then, a friend and business associate of mine sent me a message about her solution to the problem. Read about it in this Seresto flea collar … Read more Flea Problem? Check This Seresto Flea Collar Review
It is possible that my cat has diabetes. The vet told me it’s a possibility because his blood sugar was elevated on both trips I’ve made with him to the vet in the last year. I thought the high blood sugar was more likely to be stress-related, as he is a very timid cat, afraid … Read more What Are The Symptoms Of Feline Diabetes?
Recently I’ve had several questions from folks who wanted to know what water fountain they should buy for their cat. “What is the best cat water fountain?” they ask. I vote for the Catit Flower Water Fountain. From my research, I’m convinced that this product could be responsible for many happy cats. It appears to … Read more What Is The Best Cat Water Fountain?
Have you looked for online veterinary services? In these unique times, when you are isolated from the world because of the lockdown practice, it might be hard to get a pet to the vet as often as needed. During such times, it is good to have an alternative in place if your pet needs veterinary … Read more Online Veterinary Services Can Be Helpful
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?
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
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
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?
If you love your cat, you probably also love that purr that almost all cats make. For them, it is a form of communication. However, can you interpret their intent? What does cat purring mean? Even though it is a cat’s most common sound, we know less about it than we do about all the … Read more What Does Cat Purring Mean?