Cat Ear Mites vs. Earwax: How to Tell the Difference

cat scratching ear

Earwax is entirely normal. Ear mites, on the other hand – not so much. If your cat has ear mites, they often require veterinary care. While ear mites aren’t often serious, they can cause long-term effects if they aren’t dealt with promptly. Sometimes, it is difficult to tell the difference between ear mites and earwax … Read more

How to Keep Cats from Breaking Blinds

Cat peeking outside

Cats are a wonderful part of our lives, and they bring a lot of joy and fun. However, they can be destructive, whether intentional or not. One way that cats are known for being destructive is the war they seem to wage against blinds. While we use blinds to keep prying eyes out or block … Read more

How to Calm a Scared Kitten (7 Proven Methods)

girl giving pacifier to a kitten

Bringing home a new cat is a magical time for you, but have you ever stopped to think about how it might appear to your kitten? After all, they’ve just been carried into a strange new environment by a giant, and they have no idea what might be in store for them next. Your kitten … Read more

How to Make a Kitten Pacifier at Home

kitten sleeping beside a pacifier

Kittens typically don’t need pacifiers. However, some cats may find it soothing, especially if they were separated from their mother too early. Significantly young cats may want to suck on the bottle long after it is empty, or they may suck on their bedding. Either way, this isn’t optimal. No one wants to sit there … Read more

How to Keep Cats Warm in Winter (7 Proven Methods)

Devon Rex kitten on a white fluffy blanket

If you own a cat, you’ve likely noticed that despite all of the fur most of them have, they easily get cold. You can often find them hiding under a blanket, sitting by a heater, or snuggling up with you to stay warm. If you would like to make your cat more comfortable without creating … Read more

How to Sedate a Cat for Grooming (3 Methods)

grooming ragdoll cat

Some cats just do not like being groomed, but if they’re longhaired, grooming is a necessity. If their coat is not free of mats and tangles, it can tug uncomfortably on your cat’s skin, causing discomfort. If you’re struggling to keep your cat calm during grooming sessions, there are a few different methods that you … Read more