Most cat lovers adopt a cat with not only for their own personal gain, but to rescue another cat from the animal shelter, with the hope of opening up more room for another kitty. Of course, cats themselves are the main reason people feel the need to adopt one. Their charm may lure you in, […]
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All You Need to Know About Lions
Lions are one of the most well-known felines, and they’re distinct from the rest of the big cats. They’re more social since they live in a group with other lions called a pride. Their eyes also aren’t vertical slits like domestic cats. But enough of that, let’s get learning! There are two types of lions. […]
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3 Wild Instincts The Domestic Cat Still Has
Cats act like mini panthers a lot of the time, and sometimes they do crazy things you think are done for no reason. While some of those weird things are done for no reason (Or no good reason), there are very interesting cases in which you might like to find out about. Let’s get started! Instinct #1: […]
Why Won’t My Cat Eat?!
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Learning All About TNR (Part Two)
Hmm…where were we? Aha! We had just finished talking about the materials you need in order to execute TNR properly. Now we’re gonna discuss how to actually do it. Ok, so first, you gotta set your little trap up. I recommend doing TNR during dusk or dawn, as that’s when the cats are usually most active. […]
Learning all about TNR
I mention TNR quite a lot in my articles. That’s because it’s such a simple way to help save the cats. But now I’m gonna dive deeper into this topic. As you may know, TNR stands for trap-neuter-release. It’s when you trap a cat, you bring it to the vet, the vet makes sure the […]
What Does “No-Kill” Actually Mean?
If you’ve ever gone to an animal shelter, you probably think you know what a “no-kill” shelter is. But it’s not. Well, at least if you think that “no-kill” shelters mean they don’t kill animals there. Wrong! So what does it actually mean? Let’s find out! The Asilomar Accords are kinda like a guidebook to […]
Should Feral Cats Be Kept in Homes?
Many people make the mistake of adopting a street or feral, cat. But is it really a good idea? I bet you’ve seen at least two feral cats in your street. Maybe you even feed them. But they are not meant to be pets. Most of the street cats you’ve seen are not friendly. They […]
Learning More About Your Pet Cat
Cats are such interesting creatures that if I were to write about them, you’d probably age fifty years. That’s why today I’m going to write about something else. YOUR cat. I don’t even know if you have a cat, but if you do, I’m going to teach you something really helpful! Your Cat’s Favorites In […]