Author: Nomi Berger

FERAL CATS DESERVE WARMTH THIS WINTER

  As the thermometer plunges and the days grow darker earlier and stay colder longer, there are entire colonies of cats that could not survive without the compassion and warmth of […]

MEOW for Kitty Rescue Resolutions 2024!

Have you thought of drawing up a different list of resolutions this year?   Have you thought about getting involved in the world of cat rescue, but didn’t know how? Here then, are […]

A Festive Feline Holiday Season

As you deck the proverbial halls this season, please keep your favorite feline fur-iends in mind. Any changes in their regular routine – a home suddenly filled with new scents, […]

The “Dirt” on Kitty Dandruff

When dead skin cells accumulate on a cat’s skin, hair follicles or coat, it’s known as a condition called seborrhea, or simply put, dandruff. Presenting as small white flakes or flecks […]

Microchips Are a Must for Your Cat

Millions of cats go missing each year, and statistically, those without microchips have less than a 5% chance of being reunited with their families. Cats with microchips, on the other […]

Does Your Cat Follow YOU Into the Bathroom?

If so, you’re definitely not the only one. What is it about bathrooms that our feline friends find so utterly fascinating? Some cats see bathrooms as the purr-fect playrooms – whether […]

Kitty Hair Here, There and Everywhere!

Does cat hair dominate your world? If so, consider the following seven steps to remedy the situation. Use a lint roller: Roll it back and forth and up and down […]

Cats and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

As the days grow darker and shorter, and the thermometer plummets, so does the mood of millions of people living in the Northern Hemisphere. But humans are not the only […]

Feline Epiphora

Feline epiphora, simply put, is an overflow of tears from a cat’s eyes. A symptom rather than a specific disease, it’s associated with a variety of conditions.   Normally, a thin film […]

The Case for Cat Stairs and Ramps

Is your favorite feline finding it nearly im-paws-ible to jump to and from her most preferred perch? Is she meowing – as in “ouch!” -- after completing a once-easy jump […]

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