Month: July 2017

“Home Alone” Cats: Safe or Sorry?

There are two kinds of kitties in the wide and wacky world of cats. The “Absence makes the heart grow fonder” feline and the “Out of sight, out of mind” […]

The Hazards of Heights

With warmer weather and sunnier skies comes the temptation for both humans and felines to bask in its welcome arrival. And that means windows thrown open and doors left ajar. But […]

Feline Aggression: Forewarned is Forearmed

Although frightened felines may lash out at a person for a variety of reasons, there ARE advance warning signs before the actual attack: from widely opened eyes and dilated pupils, […]

Emergency Expenses: Ready or Not?

Every cat guardian’s worst nightmare is a serious illness or medical emergency and inadequate funds to cover it. With veterinary bills ranging from hundreds to thousands of dollars, what’s a caring […]

Do Meow Meows Mourn?

Paws-itively. For most cats, the passing of a cherished feline companion can be an extremely emotional experience. The intensity and length of their relationship, coupled with the circumstances – sudden or […]

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