Oh, February. You’re a short month, but you offer up so much. Like Groundhog Day. Valentine’s Day. And President’s Day. And sometimes you give us an extra day – that elusive February 29th – for which we say thank you. But you also provide us with Pet Dental Health Awareness Month!
So, as we close out another February, I figured I should hop to and tell you about our recent dental experience with the cats. And stay tuned at the end of the post for a giveaway, thanks to Chewy.com. Continue reading “Three Chatty Cats go to the Dentist”
The other day, someone asked me what my favorite thing about having cats was. My first response was scooping their litter obviously. Well, I jest. Scooping litter is more like number 3 on the list…4 if I’m being completely honest. Okay, okay, scooping litter probably wouldn’t make anyone’s favorite list. But with World’s Best Cat Litter™, an all-natural, lightweight, clumping cat litter, you might just re-evaluate scooping duty.
I’ve been using clay litter for a while now, so I was excited to try out World’s Best Cat Litter, a positive being that they claim you can use less and get more. What do they mean by that? World’s Best Cat Litter is the only litter that Continue reading “Waste Less with World’s Best Cat Litter #WasteLessLitter”
Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday…and now today is Giving Tuesday!
#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration.
Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving.
#GivingTuesday is the brainchild of Continue reading “A Global Day of Giving #GivingTuesday”
Today we have a guest post from Annie Anderson, founder of MeowKai.
Compared to dogs, cats are relatively easy to litter train. In fact, the mother initiates the process of litter training once the kitten has been weaned. When you bring your kitten home, he should already be used to using the litter box, so your job of litter training is made even easier! However, if the kitten is a stray and hasn’t had his mother to teach him, you can take over the litter training process.
Young Kittens up to 3 weeks old
Very young kittens will need help Continue reading “How to Litter Train Your Kitten”
Sophie here! Listen up cats and kittens! I’m not sure if you’re a kitty who loves Halloween or not, but I have some tips that are sure to get you through the upcoming ghoulish day and night.
1) Don’t make it easy for costume fittings
Are you a cat who loves to dress up? Then I personally think you’re a rarity. In our household, none of us like to be dressed up, so we have to remind the Mama of that and not cooperate during costume fittings. I recommend giving the measuring tape a good ol’ chomp or whap!
Continue reading “Getting through Halloween with your cat (tips from Sophie!)”