Here's another article from our friends at Healthcare for Pets, a blog dedicated to your pet's health. It covers seven bad habits cats have and how to deal with them. It could be said that bad cats existsbecause they were bad kittens. But there are behaviors that can developed in the best of conditions.
Here's a Q & A from our content partner Healthcare for Pets, an informative blog that is dedicated to your pet's health. The blog is written by veterinary professionals so we know it's good.
If you are planning to get a pet for the first time, the excitement, options and concerns over your life-changing decision may seem overwhelming. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to help make the transition smooth for you and your new four-legged friend. It all begins with knowing your current and projected living situation, and fully understanding a pet’s role in your life.
Our feline companions shower us with a lifetime of unconditional friendship and love from the time we first meet them. So it’s only fair we return that affection just the same. Cats are well known at taking care of themselves, but like most of us, they'll require a helping hand occasionally.
One of the most interesting aspects about cats is how independent and calm their overall demeanor is. However, they might end up being too relaxed if not docile even when they're sick. So, it’s crucial to pay attention to your cat's health yourself beyond the threshold of regular medical check-ups. As a responsible and caring owner, it’s your duty to ensure your adorable friend gets treated as soon as possible.
It can be a tricky task to tell when your cat is actually feeling off. So, here are some tips that can help you deal with such situations.