When it's time for your cat to make their annual vet visit, join the family on a vacation road trip, or even accompany you on a long-distance trip, you want them to stay safe. And there's only one cat accessory that does the job: cat carriers. But not every carrier works for every situation. We'll talk you through the different cat carrier available and explain what to look for so your kitty stays safe on their adventures.
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You know SOMETHING is off with your cat, but what? Little warning bells keep going off in the back of your mind. Maybe you have changes going on in the house. It's out of the ordinary, sure, but is that enough to make your cat act differently? A stressed cat may fly under the radar - until you have a miserable feline. We'll go over the different kinds of stress and how to recognize the symptoms - not to mention what to do if you have a stressed cat.
Catnip serves a number of positive purposes - not just snapping a few hilarious videos for Instagram. You can utilize catnip to help with training your cat, introducing them to new objects in the house, or even easing them into their carriers. And we have the best catnip options for cats.
Cats enjoy their independence - and you appreciate their self-sufficiency. So opening and closing doors throughout the day while your feline decides where they want to spend their day grates on EVERYONE'S nerves. But if you add on cat doors to your home, you return that freedom to your fluffy friend.
With inherent climbing instincts, cats look for every excuse to climb as high as they can in the house. This can get frustrating for some owners, especially if you don't want your exploring feline on the bookcase. Cat wall shelves allow cats to safely venture up in the house - and they don't add bulky furniture to the home!
Nothing beats kicking back in a hammock - whether in your backyard or on a vacation. Why not offer your cat the same luxury? Cat hammocks give your cat the perfect place to curl up, while offering the security and comfort they crave. And we have the best cat hammocks kitties are sure to love.
Not all cats are homebodies. Some enjoy jaunts outside, others spend most of their lives outside, and other, such as barn cats and ferals, prefer the outdoor life. However, the outdoors can be rough. Outdoor cat houses provide little pockets of safety and comfort for the patrolling feline.
Everyone wants to give their pets the best of everything. Peter Cohen took that desire a step further. He built a dream home for the 22 rescue cats he lives with. And you need to see the house to believe it!
Cat trees are important for every cat. But sometimes larger cats have more important needs. And we'll go into the extra clues you'll want to pay attention to.