Leftovers! Leftovers! Leftovers! That is one of the best things to look forward to in the days following Turkey Day. But as you’re enjoying delicious post-holiday food keep in mind the following foods not to share with your four-legged friends: turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, candied yams, corn, and yeast bread rolls. While these foods should be avoided when giving your kitty a treat, there are still plenty of alternatives. Pumpkin puree, green beans, and carrots are only a few but keep reading here for more options that are safer for your furry feline while enjoying Thanksgiving Day leftovers together.
Looking to spoil your kitty this holiday season? Well, then look no further. I have found a list of 10 homemade cat treat recipes for you to try out for your feline friend. From cheese to fish to catnip – you’ll find it all in this article. Moderation is key though so only give a few each day to maintain your cat’s healthy lifestyle. And what’s nice about DIY treats is that you know exactly what is going into your furry friend’s snacks and that alone provides peace of mind. So make sure to pamper your furbaby with love, affection, and TREATS!
You’ve made the decision to replace your current cat carrier BUT what design do you buy next? Many cat parents stress about which kitty crate to purchase because most cats don’t like getting into one as it is, so I’ve found a list of the top 16 for 2019 for your convenience. There are even pictures and reviews of each! So whether you need to take your cat to the vet or on your next vacation – check out this product list* of pretty cool carriers for your furry feline.
*In no way am I selling the aforementioned products nor am I receiving any commissions or rewards from the marketers. I am simply recommending these products because everyone’s looking for the perfect cat carrier. Right?
That’s right. You heard me correctly. I know it’s not even November yet but I want you to be prepared. Now you and your furry feline friend can enjoy daily treats together as you count down the days to Christmas. Even if you don’t celebrate the holiday this is still a pretty neat idea to count down to pretty much anything – birthday, vet appointment, valentine’s day, first day of summer, I could keep going, etc. Start getting your cat excited for the holidays and head on over to Trade Joe’s for this one of a kind Advent calendar. Post pictures of you and your kitty enjoying delicious treats together, from day 1 to day 25. Bon Appetit!
Does your all white cat have blue eyes? Do they sometimes not come when called? Does it seem like they are not always listening? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might be dealing with something a little bigger than simply being ignored…deafness. This topic is actually news to me too. I didn’t know hereditary deafness was a major concern in white cats with blue eyes until one of my Facebook followers mentioned something to me. Per the Cornell Feline Heath Center, “researchers found that only 17 to 22 percent of white cats with non-blue eyes are born deaf. The percentage rises to 40 percent if the cat has one blue eye, while upwards of 65 to 85 percent of all-white cats with both eyes blue are deaf.” Here are a few more things to note if your furry feline is white and has one or both eyes blue.