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 cat

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 a

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 factors

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 your

Most cat owners knows the struggle and frustration of dealing with cat hair; sometimes it is so embedded into your furniture, clothes, and carpet that you need to use tweezers or similar tools to pick it out. It almost amazes you how cat hair manages to find its way into the strangest of places such as your hair, nose, and food. Most people are able to deal with all the hair until the point when it

Cats do not usually share territory, and doing so is generally a signal for the loss of control over their resources; this can be critical to a cat’s life in the wild, at least. Multiple indoor cats that live together, however, cannot help but feed in the same area’ Or can they? About 52% of cat owners have more than one, and cats, like humans, have different personalities which can directly affect their eating habits

Litter robot best self cleaning litter box review

The Litter Robot litter box is one of the best litter boxes on the market and in this article we will be doing a shootout with all the available litter that litter robot has manufactured over the years. Let preface by saying each unit was made at different times during the evolution of the design and improvements have been made to the units as they have gone through development. It would be fair to

Experiencing smelly pet odor that you just can’t seem to shake off? We all love our pets. But sometimes it appears that there are bad smells and odors coming from them and we don’t know how to handle it. I would like to share a guide on how to combat bad smelling pet odor in your home.

They say that prevention is better than cure, always:

  • Pay attention to areas where bedding, toys, and

Cat hair all over you Clothes, Furniture, floor and places where you didnt think is possible? On this page is a complete step-by-step guide different ways to get rid of annoy cat hair. It’s amazing to have had a pet cat, but let’s face it, having to deal with cleaning up their shed fur is not the ideal pastime activity we all enjoy. Luckily, there is a few cost effective and easy ways to handle the

Do you really need one for your pet? Is it worth the time and money to cover your pet’s healthcare needs when situations arise? Here, we take a look at whether it’s better to get your pet insured or just save your money for emergency situations. Emergency situations where you don’t have that much cash in hand is what pet insurance intends to shield you from. Most insurance policies cover expenses from emergency situations,