It’s dinner time and you have prepared a nice meal for your little purry friend. Their bowl is filled with their favorite food. Instead of just eating out of the bowl, they use their cute little paws to scoop some food out of the bowl. Sometimes they eat it just next to the bowl, but when they feel like it, they drag it across the room to eat it somewhere else. Do you recognize this? Why do cats do this?
Cats are majestic beasts. Every cat is special in its own unique way. As a cat owner, you probably already knew this. One of the characteristics that makes a cat special is their tail. If you pay close attention to a cat’s tail, you can notice a lot of different movements. Sometimes the tail is high in the air, other times it’s moving slowly from left to right and occasionally it is even gently sweeping up and down when your pet is purring in the couch. But what does this all mean? Let’s take a closer look at the most common tail movements.
Taking your cat to the vet, on a trip, or wherever you need to be is not an easy task for a cat owner. Maybe you are one of the few lucky people whose cat has no problem to be transported into a carrier, but usually your cat will do everything it can to keep its freedom. In this blog we will share some tips how you can make your next trip to the vet a piece of cake!
Pets and fireworks, usually it doesn’t seem to be the best combination. And yes, this also includes cats. New Year’s Eve is around the corner and this inevitably means there will probably be firework in your neighborhood. But what is the best way to react when your purry friend is scared? Ignore it? Or comfort them?
Have you ever wondered if your cat actually knows its name? Cats are special, it's one of the reasons we love them. But do they know their own name and just choose to ignore us when we call? Or is it just impossible for any pet out there to know their name?