Training your cat is an important job and giving them treats will encourage positive behavior and reinforce what you are trying to teach them. In addition, training helps to stimulate your cat’s mind and body, as well as strengthening your bond.
Cats have different nutritional needs for different stages of their lives. Good nutrition is important to their health and longevity. To fill nutritional gaps, you can decide to supplement their diet as needed. Always speak to your veterinarian before changing your cat’s diet drastically.
The nutrients you feed your cat help give your feline energy and the nutrients they need for growth. Different ages, special needs, and deficiencies can be reasons to change their diets, however, quality commercial cat food should be enough for most cats. [Read more…]
Are you in a predicament? Have you spoiled your furry friend so much that you are at a loss as to what to get him or her? You’re asking yourself, “What do I get a cat that already has everything?” Well you’re in luck because Rau Animal Hospital has put together a list of unique gifts that anyone can get for their special kitty in their life. Did you know there is a monthly subscription that will deliver cat treats and toys right to your door?! Or how about a heated bed for those cold nights? Another fun suggested gift is their very own, custom-made tree. Fun, right? Check out the complete list of gifts for your furbaby here. Happy holidays!
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!