Author: Nomi Berger

Kitten Finders, Kitten Keepers?

Have you ever been in the position of finding a litter of kittens and wondering what to do next? To keep or not to keep, that is the question. Here, then, […]

“GO ORANGE” in April for the Animals

“Every sixty seconds, an animal is abused.” This is according to the ASPCA. And so, they have designated April as “Prevention of Cruelty to Animals” Month. They have also urged their […]

Aiding Cats with Anal Gland Issues

The anal glands, sometimes called anal sacs, are two small pouches situated on either side of a cat’s anus -- at approximately the four o’clock and eight o’clock positions. Both […]

Why DO Kitties Stalk and Pounce?

Have you ever paw-ndered the reasons behind your favorite feline’s penchant for stalking and pouncing? Being an integral part of every cat’s nature, all of them stalk and pounce – kittens, […]

5 Reasons Cats May Constantly be Hungry

Is your favorite feline continually meowing for more food, paw-lease? If so, the cause may be either physical or psychological. Consider then, the following five reasons for this behavior:   Your cat […]


The problem of pet overpopulation is a global one and requires a solution on a global scale. But like every journey that begins with a single step, this particular journey […]

Arthritis in Cats

All too common in cats, arthritis (also called degenerative joint disease or osteoarthritis) is a chronic, painful and progressive condition that involves their joints, particularly as they age. Normally, the cartilage […]

Caterwauling and Cats

Curious about caterwauling or are you already familiar with the eerie sound emanating from your favorite furry friend? For those who have never heard it, caterwauling is a high-pitched, melodic and […]

No Kittens as Gifts at Christmas

No Kittens as Gifts at Christmas With the approach of the holidays, everyone’s thoughts turn naturally to the happy chore of gift giving to those nearest and dearest to them. While […]

Upper Respiratory Infections in Cats

A common illness in cats, it’s similar to a cold but can be far more serious. Caused by either viruses or bacteria, it targets the upper airway -- the throat, […]

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