Christmas Tree Tea Isn't For Kitty: How Your Christmas Tree Water Can Hurt Your Cat

If you're planning on buying a Christmas tree or already have one in your home, you're probably well aware that keeping your cat away from it is nearly impossible. However, even if you take all the steps you can to keep your cat away from the Christmas tree itself, there may be one important aspect that you've overlooked: keeping your cat away from the Christmas tree water. If you have a live tree that's soaking in water to keep it fresh, make sure to read this guide to keep your cat safe. [Read More]

How To Handle Holiday Medical Emergencies For Pets

The holidays bring large feasts and get-togethers with friends and family. These events can wreak havoc on pets, both physically and psychologically. It is important to have the number of an emergency vet within easy reach, and to know when to seek medical attention for a pet during the holidays. Emergency vet visits are more expensive than visits to the vet during normal business hours; however, in an emergency situation, a pet's health is worth the added cost. [Read More]

Three Tips for Brushing Your Cat's Teeth

If you have a pet cat, then you want to be sure that you are keeping up with their health needs. This includes regular visits to the vet, regular bathing, and even teeth brushing. Yes, cats need their teeth to be brushed too. Without regular teeth brushing, your cat can suffer from tooth decay, which will then result in the loss of some teeth. Eventually, your cat may not be able to eat certain foods, and even eating in general can become uncomfortable for them. [Read More]

What To Expect When Your Cat Is Expecting

Many changes occur in women when they are pregnant; however, have you ever thought about the changes that occur in your feline? If your cat is not spayed, there is always a chance that she is pregnant. Even indoor cats get out, especially when they are in heat. You have up to 72 days to notice that your cat is about to have a litter of her own, and it is better for her health if you spot the signs early on. [Read More]