litter robot III review
There are many types litter machines on the market which feature a horde of different features to choose from. But nothing, nothing comes close to the Litter Robot series from being the best automatic litter box you can get. But nothing comes remotely close to the Litter Robot series… Here, we take a look at 2 of the best in the series to see what makes them stand out above others. Sure, I review aRead More
why does my cat vomit
Cats can vomit for a number of reasons, and in general it should not be too much of a concern for the owner. Vomiting, for example, occurs with healthy cats so there is no simple answer as to why. The first step to take is to determine if your cat is otherwise healthy. Happy cat, happy vomiter Vomiting is totally natural in cats, especially when you take into account how they usually eat in theRead More
Kids and cats are more similar than one might think; they both love playing and getting attention, for one. It might be difficult to believe, but cats are more suitable to have in your house with small children than a dog because they are, in general, easier to maintain and care for since they take less frequent baths and you do not have to bring them outside to let them use the washroom. In actuality,Read More
pixiebob cat
We think a litter box is simply a place where our cats do their business. We put it in a place that’s convenient for us and we expect our pets to follow our rules without thinking about how they feel. This is not how it should be. Who wants to go to a restroom situated in a far or inconvenient place? No one right? Cats form a relationship with their litter box and we shouldRead More
Litter Robot III Open Air is an automated litter box (see here) for your cats. It has a futuristic globe shape with an open-air feel to make it more comfortable for your cats to use. The LR III needs only human assistance in disposing of the full waste drawer. It’s very convenient and reliable, especially for cat owners who are too tired to clean their cat’s litter when they arrive home from vacation, work orRead More
cat urinary tract infections
It is common for cats to suffer from UTIs, or urinary tract infections, on a regular basis; in fact, it is one of the most common ailments that cats tend to experience. It should not be taken lightly, however, since it can get quite serious if it is not check out by a professional. If your cat seems to be suffering from a UTI, or any ailment, take them to see a vet right away.Read More
cat hazards
You keep your cat indoors and have invested in pet insurance for them, so your cat must be totally safe, right? Not necessarily. Though the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, or ASPCA, recommends that your cat stays indoors to ensure longevity, there are still many (albeit less obvious) dangers around your home. The following are among some of the most prevalent dangers to look out for: 1. Household Chemicals When your catRead More
Owning pets require more than just feeding and playing with them. Healthcare should be given importance to ensure your pets live a happy life away from debilitating illnesses. But we all know that pet healthcare can be expensive. Still, there are ways you can do to save money while keeping them healthy at the same time. 1. Have regular check-ups Skipping annual check-ups may cost you more than expected, especially when they’re hit with aRead More
new kitten in the home
Kittens are one of the best and cutest ways to enrich your life, and they are actually more cost effective and affordable than dogs are. It is important, however, to take time to prepare your home for your new family member. If the right preparation is neglected, you could end up spending thousands of dollars more than you originally planned, and you might end up endangering your kitten. These are some of the most common factorsRead More
why do cats get hair balls
What are hairballs? Felines are naturally are self-grooming animals, meaning that you will often see them licking themselves as a form of self maintenance much like showering. Since animals shed regularly, self-grooming will almost always result in some amount of fur or hair being swallowed. Cats generally have no problem letting the hairball run its course through their bodies since their digestive and intestinal system is designed to handle hair, but sometimes you will notice yourRead More