We’ve all heard the most common myths about cats, for example, cats love milk, black cats are bad luck or the most common, cats have 9 lives. Well, sorry to break it to you, but a lot of these are just not true. Some of them are mistakes many people make, which could be detrimental to your kitties wellbeing. So let’s get started with my top 5 myths about our little fur balls, and pointing out why they are, well, just myths.
So, you’ve brought your little bundle of fur home, and he has started scratching on your furniture. What now? So you sit back, think about it, and realise that there are many options available to you. You sit and do some research and an article jumps up about declawing. You’re drawn in, but a part of you cannot believe that this is even an option!
Indoor vs Outdoor – which is best for your cats?
We all have different opinions about all things in life. The way I live is not totally ideal to someone else, and vice versa. We all have our own routines, and way about our day to day lives. For me, my kitties live strictly indoors.
What is the human equivalent age of your cat?
So, you’re sitting with your kitty love, and he is playing, and stalking and just being the most adorable little creature! But cats have age milestones too, here is a graph of your cats age in human terms so that you can put into perspective the maturity level of your baby, that might not be such a baby after all.
Safe and Easy at home care for your Cats
Sometimes your little kitty will get into some sort of mess, or something will injure them slightly. I must however stress that any injury should be carefully considered and monitored so to ensure that you get your beloved cat to the vet asap, when necessary. But, there are cases where you don’t need a third party to get involved. You can simply do it yourself at home in the comfort of their domain. Here are some ways to make yours and your kitty’s life less stressful, and can help you maintain a good quality of life for your cat.
5 Ways to keep your cat calm during Fireworks season
Because we all love cats, we all understand the fear that cats have when they hear a loud sound such as fireworks. Their hearing is 1.6 octaves above the range of a human. Imagine this, a loud bang goes off, you get such a fright you jump. What would this sound like to cats? This sound is ten times louder, more frightening to them than it is to us. Here are ways that you can minimise this stressful time for your kitties.