Our cats are masters of disguise! Not because they want to hide anything from us, but domestic cats retain the instinct of the wild and in the wild, only the strong survive. That means, if your cat isn't feeling great, she may hide it from you and you may not notice something is wrong until it's too late.
A cat's mouth -- just like a human mouth -- is a gateway to germs and to either good or bad health. As a responsible cat parent, it is up to you to keep your cat healthy and happy and that includes practicing good dental habits.
A cat’s eyes are as unique as the cat him- or herself. They glitter. A cat’s eyes can be yellow, gold, green, blue or a mix of the shades. They sense subtle movements that we may not even notice – this helps them survive in the wild.
Cat lovers unite! If you share your life with a cat or a kitten (or more than one cat or kitten), chances are you share photos on your social media pages and with your work colleagues. “Hey, look how adorable Fluffy is sleeping on the bed!” We know who you are because that’s what we do, too!
We love kittens, BUT we also love older and senior cats. If you’re in the space to welcome a cat into your life and your home, why not choose an older cat from the shelter?