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What To Do With a Stray Kitten

Those of us with a natural parenting instinct will not be able to ignore the cries of a stray kitten. But before we attempt to save the helpless kitty, how can we verify that she is, indeed, an orphaned kitty? And if she is, what should we do to help her? Find out here. 

Indoor Cats Get Cabin Fever, Too

Months of severe weather often leave us and our pets with no choice but to stay indoors, and our cats are just as likely to suffer from cabin fever as we are. What can we do to help them cope during this period? Keep reading for sound, vet-approved advice on how to quell kitty cabin fever

Adventure Cats Gone Wild, Part 2

It is a curiosity that cats are rarely considered the ideal choice by adventurous folks. There are, in fact, cats with adventurous purr-sonalities who will enjoy the outdoors as much as we do. Learn how to choose, train, and venture into the great outdoors with your adventure cat. 

Top Cat Breeds for Families with Kids

Adding a cat to the family is a great way to teach our kids compassion, responsibility, and communication. It’s also a way to contribute to our community in a meaningful way. Learn more here about the benefits of cat guardianship and breeds that may be better for family life.  

Are You Stressing Your Cat Out?

If you know cats, then you know they don’t always express stress the same way as dogs or people. Learn how to recognize the signs of stress in your cat, as well as how to reduce her stress and ensure a long, healthy, happy life. 

Health Risks for Overweight Cats

Just like all of us, being overweight or obese can have serious health consequences for cats. Being fluffy and round may make them look adorable, but there is nothing delightful about deteriorating health. If we neglect to address their weight problem, we'll put our sweet kitty at risk. Here's what we all need to know. 

Scratch This, Not That! How to Train Kitty to Use Her Scratching Post

Cats need to scratch. It's a fact of life that we need to accept when we live with a feline. We do not have to accept it, though, when Kitty leaves her claw marks on all the furniture. But what if she adamantly refuses to use her scratching post? Let's take a look at the reasons she needs to scratch and how we can help redirect her attention to the right places for scratching.

Planning is Key: How To Prepare For A Lost Cat Scenario

Sometimes, a lot cat is just plain unavoidable. Luckily, there’s so much we can do if we just take a little time to prepare. Take a look at this preparedness guide for pro tips and best practices every guardian should know, but often only have a piece. 

How To Find A Lost Indoor Cat

One of the worst feelings in the world is the moment we realize our indoor cat got out, and we can’t find them. Before we fly into a panic, know that the odds are on our side, but only if we know how and where to look. It’s more than posting flyers and hoping for the best. Learn more here. 

When Cats Throw Up

Cats may end up with digestive upset, but how can we tell when vomiting is caused by a minor digestive upset or a serious illness? Refer to this quick reference guide for answers.

Cool Catnip Facts

Who loves the excitement that comes with watching their cat respond to catnip?  Some get playful and happy, making it a great tool to encourage exercise and playtime. Some become more sedated and seem to enjoy a calm sense of contentment. Because it’s the most popular herb for cats, worldwide, we’re sharing some fun facts about catnip.

Do Cats Cry? What Do Their Tears Mean?

Cat behavior remains one of the universe’s greatest mysteries, even though we have seen great leaps and bounds in kitty behavioral science.  When they make crying sounds or are teary-eyed, are they really crying? Find out here.

The Slow Blink - What It Means And How To Return Cat Affection

Cats talk to us all the time and in many different ways. They show a range of emotions, make demands, and train us with body language, sounds, and more. Learn all about the most coveted of the cat messages here.

Pee-yew! Why Does Kitty’s Breath Stink?

One of the best things about being guardian to a kitty fur baby is their obsessive need to groom themselves, which makes them more low-maintenance than most dogs. But cats can't do much for themselves if they get bad breath. So, if we notice our kitty has bad breath, should we be worried? Find out here. 

The Furball War Continues: 14 Differences Between Dog and Cat People

There’s been a war waging for centuries. Dog lovers are on one side and cat lovers sit on the other side. Scientists thought these differences were anecdotal nonsense, but surveys and studies are adding some substance to these claims. Read on for 14 surprising differences between cat and dog people.

What You Need To Know About Cats And Immunity To Keep Them Healthy

Immune systems aren’t something discussed very often, but even though we all get sick from time to time, immune systems are incredibly hard-working and efficient. Learn more about cat immunity and what every human guardian can do to help their cat reach optimum health, at any age.

Calming Herbs For Our Cats

Did you know that there are other herbs aside from catnip that are calming for cats?  Not only are they effective, but they’re a safer alternative to prescription and carry little to no side effects. Learn which herbs are safe and can be used for what purpose, right here.

Telling Our Cats We Love Them

Whether we are first-time cat guardians, long-time feline friends, or we aren’t a cat guardian, but the people around us, like family, roommates, and friends, have brought cats into our lives, everyone can learn something about how to tell our cats we love them in ways they can understand.

Do You Have A Bonded Cat Family? Part Two

Most of us notice cat relationships are similar to humans in that we all have preferences and we all have social norms. But cats have a special way of bonding with us as well as others. Find out what bonding behaviors our cats may be communicating and learn surefire ways to bond with any cat.

Bonded Cats and Their Mysterious Social Structures, Part One

Read on to better understand the social structure of cats and how to help promote health cat families within our households. We’ll talk about bonded cats, territories, and hierarchical systems. Deepen your knowledge of our feline friends, and you’ll be able to create a better home for them, and yourself.

How Playtime Shapes a Cat's Life

Playtime is vital to a cat’s life. Learn more about what playtime means to a cat’s health and wellness, and how to integrate the right kinds of play into any cat companion’s days.

Housetraining Kittens: It’s Easier Than You Think

When we train them early enough, and with the right support, Ms. Fuzzy Boots can be potty-trained after just a few tries. Learn more about kitten training with this step-by-step guide and pro tips.

Kitty’s New Year’s Resolutions

This year, we’re sharing some of the resolutions Miss Kitty Fantastico has so her guardians can reward good behavior, reinforce good behavior, and get her to show more of her warm, fuzzy side. Learn how to help your cat keep her New Year's resolutions this year. 

A Guardian’s Guide to Dermatophytosis (Ringworm)

Because ringworm is so common, it’s important that us pet lovers know the signs of, the risk factors for, and the treatment options available for it.

November Is Pet Diabetes Awareness Month

November is so much more than Black Friday and turkey dinners. It’s also National Diabetes Month.  One out of every 200 cats and one out of every 300 dogs will be affected by diabetes. Read here to discover important facts, symptoms to look for, and treatments available. 

National Cat Day

Every year, National Cat Day is celebrated on October 29th. As cat lovers, we can celebrate the cats in our lives by expressing our unconditional love and companionship. Find ways to celebrate and observe this special day. 

Cat Training - The Best Basic Commands For Beginners, Part Three

Many people marvel at those who have well-trained cats. However, everyone can train their cat with just a few simple tips and basic commands. Get started here and learn how to build, or rebuild trust, the foundation of cat training. 

Cat Training - Basic Commands to Make Life With Your Cat Easier, Part-Two

Cat training can seem like an impossible challenge. However, when we know how they think and have the right tips and tools, we can have any cat happily jumping through hoops and sitting pretty in no time. Read more for fundamentals and commands that will jump-start your training.

How to Ensure You Don’t Get Swindled by an Online Pet Pharmacy

Purchasing pet meds straight from the vet often comes with an unpleasant side effect: sticker shock. And, for animal lovers living on a budget, this cost can be pretty difficult to justify. Here are six ways to ensure you get quality prescriptions for your pet without paying an arm and a leg. 

7 Strange Cat Behaviors Explained

We love our cats, but they can do some pretty weird stuff. Some of these behaviors leave us feeling pretty neglected. Others lead to the creation of memes and viral phrases. Right now, we're going to explain the rest, the ones that leave us scratching our heads.

How Smart Is Your Cat?

We’ll probably never see a bomb-sniffing or seeing-eye cat. Though we depend on dogs to work long days, we rarely trust cats with anything so important. Get the final word on whether we're doing our felines a disservice. They may be smarter than us all.

Animal Pain Awareness Month: Recognizing the Signs

  September is animal pain awareness month. Why? Because animals don’t express pain the same way humans do. This month is an opportunity to learn m...

Digestive Problems in Cats And The Solutions Every Guardian Should Know

When cats suffer from digestive problems, it can ruin leave us in a state of worry. Luckily, if you understand common cat digestive problems and how to help your cat's digestive health, a bout of worrisome kitty diarrhea can be evaluated and cared for with minimal stress. Read on to find out more.

Orange Cats Of The World - Unite! For Ginger Cat Appreciation Day

Every September first is Ginger Cat Appreciation Day! This year we are celebrating by sharing facts, figures, and other fun tidbits about tabbies you probably didn’t know! Find out more here. 

End-of-Life Care: Dealing With Grief

It’s at ought process to go through, but grief is something everyone experiences to one degree or another when they experience the loss of a pet. Learn how to cope and how to help others cope.

What You Need To Know About Pet Joint Care: Part Two

Part two in our series on arthritis in dogs and cats. Learn how to watch for the warning signs and symptoms of arthritis, ways your vet may want to treat arthritis, medicinal and non-medicinal options for treatment, and preventative measures we can all take right now.

What you Need to Know About Pet Joint Care Part One

To help combat the rising tide of joint pain and misery, we’ve put together this dog and cat guardian’s guide to animal joint care — and, more specifically, arthritis. 

Cat Diseases and Vaccines You Need To Know About

We want our cats to be healthy, but vaccinations are often a point of uncertainty. Learn more about core and non-core vaccines, and what to take into consideration when deciding on what's best for your cat. 

Pet Vaccine Primer: Concerns and Safety, Part Two

Vaccines are a pretty controversial topic. The conversation has spilled over into the pet world, leaving a lot of questions and concerns over safety and options. In this piece, we dive into specific risks and concerns surrounding particular vaccines as well as options pet guardians have.

A Primer on Pet Vaccines, Part One

Here are some of the need-to-know basics regarding pet vaccines. This series provides important details, gives clarity regarding common misconceptions, and takes a look at some real numbers. Then make the decision for yourself and your family.

Table Scraps Pets Cannot Have, Part Two

Part One of this list is found HERE. The following list is a continuation of the most common people foods pets really can’t have.

Table Scraps Pets Cannot Have, Part One

We all remember the rule of thumb that pets just shouldn’t have people food. Pets get pet food.  This is a helpful list of the most common people foods pets really can’t have.

Why do Cats Bury Their Poop?

Dogs bury bones. Squirrels bury nuts. Cats bury their poop. It’s a natural instinct that affects cats on a global level throughout as many generations as we can track. But why they bury their poop isn’t just a feline tendency for cleanliness. Explore this ritual with us and find out more about the kitty waste disposal system.

Cat Head Bunting: What It Means And How To Respond

Cats are quirky, mysterious, and peculiar.  Many cat guardians ask about head bunting, and we agree, it’s a behavior worth learning more about. Find out more here, at Vet Organics.

Veterinary Costs And The Educated Pet Guardian, Part One

“Why does it cost so much to go to the vet?” This is a question many of us ask at one point or another.  Here are a couple important myths and some sage advice to help pet guardians build realistic and savvy expectations about vet bills and pet health conversations.

Cat Communication: Are You Listening?

There are two sides to every conversation. But are we listening? Are we paying attention to the clues and queues our cats are giving us? Or are we completely missing the other side of the conversation? Here’s a quick run-down of cat communication and how to figure out what our kitty-companions are really telling us.

Why Do Cats Knead?

Cats have many quirks, and we love them all. Kneading is especially mysterious and delightful at the same time. But why do cats knead? What are they telling us? And where did kneading originate? Find out at Vet Organics.

End-of-Life Care And The Tough Choices, Part One

We need to talk about something kind of sensitive. Our fur-babies are such an important part of the family, but we all know the day is coming when they’ll cross the rainbow. While it may be a difficult one, the conversation about end of life care is one we should all have.

Paws Up For Pet Appreciation Week

Dogs and cats play a special role in our lives. They are family mascots, comforting companions, deep wells of unconditional love, playful purr-babies, and endless sources of entertainment. This week is pet appreciation week, and we’re sharing some fun and fabulous ways to show those fur-babies the love they deserve and thank them for enriching our lives.

Can Humans Contract Cat Diseases? Part Two

For the most common bacterial and parasitic infections humans and cats can share, head over to Can Humans Contract Cat Diseases, Part One. In this article, we’re going to describe the most common fungal and viral infections we can share with cats.

Can Humans Contract Cat Diseases? Part One

There are several parasites, bacterial, fungal, and viral infections that can cross from cats to humans, and humans to cats.  These are just a few of the top bacterial and parasitic infections that can affect cats and humans.

How Can I Get My Cat to Drink More Water?

The weather may be warming up for summer or drying out for winter, but regardless of the season, keeping our feline friends hydrated is something to think about. But how can we get our Mr. Socks to drink more water? The answer is in listening to our fur-baby and adjusting the way present water to him or her.

Why does my cat lick me?

Dogs are so obvious about their slobber. They love us, and they don’t mind making a big scene about it. But what does it mean when a cat licks their guardian? Do they have the same reasons? Or are they expressing something else?

Common House Plants That Are Poisonous to Cats

A surprising number of common household plants are poisonous to cats. Here is a list from Vet Organics of some of the most common domestic house plants that are poisonous to cats.

Fact or Myth: Do Cats Hate Water?

That familiar, angry wet-cat look is so iconic that it’s reached colloquial placement in our cultural idioms. It now informs our understanding of cat’s opinions about water. But do cats really hate water? The answer may surprise you.

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