Is Aloe safe for Cats? Introduction: Aloe is used in many different things from sunscreen and burn ointments to food items like yogurt and juices. Some people even have them in their homes for health benefits but are there also health benefits for animals like cats? Cats are curious animals by nature and may come across this plant. Is aloe safe for cats? What happens if your cat eats aloe?… Read More »Is Aloe safe for Cats?
How much water do Cats need? Introduction: All living beings need water and cats are no exception. Just as they need water though, you need to be informed about their water consumption and problem. As cats can have if they do not get enough water. For cats in ancient times, water was never really a problem as they got their water from the food they ate, namely mice and other… Read More »How Much Water Do Cats Need?
How To Syringe-Feed Your Cat Kittens and cats can have delayed eating habits for a number of reasons. Sometimes it is due to age, in older cats it can be because of surgery or an illness. That doesn’t mean your cat has to starve until they can feed themselves. What you can do is to syringe-feed her or do assist-feeding to ensure that they are well-nourished. This is done by… Read More »How To Syringe-Feed A Kitten
Pet Water Fountain Review Introduction: Does your cat drink enough water? Are you getting tired of seeing the full bowl of water for a few days because your cat isn’t interested in drinking? This product is a great way to hopefully get your cat to drink more water plus it looks nice too. The Veken Pet Fountain is a great way to give your pet water in a more unique… Read More »Pet Water Fountain Review
Why Do Cats Cover Their Faces When Sleeping? Kittens and cats are known for being adorable. The sleep in adorable positions, they sit in wonky places, sometimes just looking at them melts our hearts. But that doesn’t mean we always know what’s going on in their heads. And while we can ask them as much as we want, cats don’t yet have the ability to tell us what they are… Read More »Why Do Cats Cover Their Faces When Sleeping?