Your cat enjoys taking trips with you. But trying to figure out how to load up their usual litter box into the car? That's not an easy task. You can't expect them to go without a bathroom facility, though. Good thing you have the alternative of disposable litter boxes! And even if you DON'T travel, these biodegradable options may find a way into your home.
Tag: cat health
Everyone's looking for environmentally friendly options around the house these days. And one of the biggest sources of waste? Your feline's litter box. That's where flushable cat litter comes in. And while skipping all of those trips to the trash sounds like a dream, there ARE some hiccups with this litter. Before you start scooping into the toilet, make sure you have all of the information.
Cats are notoriously clean creatures. It's one of the things that endears them to people. So when you find yourself with a cat peeing outside the box, you want tear out your hair. Why are they behaving that way? Especially when it happens out of the blue. It seems like a behavioral problem, but there are other reasons cats start to show this symptom. And we'll go over all of them - and what you need to do.
You made sure to include a litter box in your new kitten or cat supplies, of course. But did you think about the possibility that you'd need to walk through a litter training process? Don't worry - many first-time cat owners skip that step. And it's understandable. Cats are supposed to KNOW how to use the litter box on their own. But you need to do your part to litter train your cat. And we'll help you with this handy guide that works for every age and type of cat.
You hate seeing your cat getting stuck in a blanket or the carpet pile. You know it's important to maintain proper claw health, but which are the best tools to keep up with trimming claws? Good thing we have the best cat nail clippers to help!
No one likes dealing with weeds or crawling invaders. These noxious pests are the bane of our existence. However, eradicating them puts our pets at risk. Luckily, there are pet-safe weed killers and pesticides on the market to ease your worries.
Your schedule isn't always set in stone. Your cat prefers their feeding schedule get set down in bedrock. There's an easy compromise: automatic cat feeders. With options for both dry and wet foods, you'll keep your cat from threatening a mutiny (or worse, a crack-of-dawn wake-up call!)
When you share a house with cats and dogs, it's inevitable that the two will sample the other's food. And you may think nothing of it. When you look at the ingredients, they probably sound similar. And while the occasional bite won't do much harm, you shouldn't allows cats to eat dog food. The two diets aren't as alike as you may think. We'll show you the differences.
You like to keep plants around the house to brighten the rooms. Even if they don't produce flowers, you enjoy the pops of green. And in the yard? You enjoy a variety of plant life. But if you share a home with cats and dogs, making sure the green things you have nearby are safe is a big deal. Many of our favorite flowers, shrubs, and even herbs can cause harm. This list of toxic plants may surprise you - and cause you to reconsider where you keep your prize cuttings.
Who doesn't love popcorn and a movie? And while it seems like the perfect junk food snack, popcorn actually has some vitamins and nutrients. So when your resident feline show interest, you may wonder: Can cats eat popcorn? After all, most cat foods have corn in the ingredients. The answer isn't that simple, though. You need to ask more questions. But don't fret - we'll go over all of the details and explain when it's okay and when it's not.