There are many common household items that can be lethal or make pets extremely ill – some you may not have given any thought to! Here is a list – not the be all and end all, but a great jumping off point for new (or long time) pet parents who want to give the house a once over for pet safety.
The loud noises, flashing lights, and large crowds that come with July 4th can be a cause for anxiety in many cats. July 5th is one of the busiest days for animal shelters due to many animals running away out of fear. If you don’t want your beloved cat to be a statistic on July 5th, here are three things to do to keep your cat safe on July 4th.
There are many foods that aren’t healthy or safe for your cat - Onions are one of those foods. Read to learn more about how onions are dangerous to cats.
With the holidays quickly approaching, it’s important to know which foods your pets can and can’t have in order to save an emergency trip to the vet and a big dent in the pocketbook. Here are some do’s and don’ts for feeding your pets human food.
Halloween can be a scary time for all pets – yes, even dogs! – and because of that we have some tips to keep your cats safe on Halloween.