Are You a Dog Person? Woof

You may already be a cat person, or perhaps you are a dog person wondering what all this fuss is over cats. Your dog may like to chase cats, or you might wonder if you can have both. Maybe you just want to get a cat and want to find out what to expect. Then this blog is the place for you to learn.

d v c chartI grew up a dog person, not caring about cats. In fact, I will admit that I did some things I am not proud of when it came to contempt of cats. I didn’t realize their spirit, their soulful eyes, their love. Like many other people, I felt a cat was just a snobbish animal that did it’s own thing, and all you could do was feed it and put it outside.

I learned that cats are much more than that. I found that they really do have a spirit, a soul, so to speak. They are more complicated than I ever thought before, and they bring so much to life. They don’t just hunt mice. They hunt hearts. If you let them, they will crawl up inside your soul and be your life partner forever.

Cat Separation Anxiety: What Are The Causes, Signs, And Possible Treatment?

By Liudas Justin

While the research into cat separation anxiety is just in the early stages of understanding, many have been noticing the signs. I will retell the story of my two cats, Bubba and Charlie.

Charlie was my future wife’s cat of 4 years. Some 6 years ago, when we moved in together, Charlie was aloof and avoided me, at least at first. Once she realized I was here to stay, she started accepting me. At first, a bit stand-offish, but slowly accepting me to the point that she’d lay on my lap to the dismay of my wife. My work at the time was on the road, with periods of time at home. We soon noticed that when I was away, Continue reading

What we will do here

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In addition to creating a home for information and entertainment, I will take you on a journey through life in a multiple cat household. All but one of my cats are rescues. Either they were abandoned, or I obtained them from a shelter. The last one, half Siamese, was adopted from someone who had a litter and made them available. Here is what this Blog is all about: Continue reading

I Lost My Cat! What Should I Do?

By Fitri Hidayat

Thousands of pets get lost every day. This is why 49% of all cats are kept indoors. You can triple their life span and have a better bond with them by keeping them indoors. I know they are natural hunters, but that was in the beginning when we did not live in cities where danger triples at every turn. This is why I advocate that you keep your cats indoors.

Make sure your pet has a collar and tag. Put the words Reward, I’m lost, Indoor only, call my human on the tag along with the phone number. This way if anyone finds him they will know how to contact you.

STEP 1

Calm down! Stop assigning blame and take a deep breath. You are Continue reading

Are your Neighbors Cat Haters?

How can you hate a cute little ball of fuzz? Sometimes you have one bad apple in the barrel, and sometimes you have more. I am sure that if you own cats or love cats, you have had experience with this. Also, if you hate cats or just hate your neighbor’s cats, maybe this was you. Either way, you can’t always choose your neighbors, but you can choose your cats. I choose my cats over my neighbors. This is how ridiculous things can get with them.

I live in a small community that is very close to each other. We are not as close as apartments or condos, but close enough. You see, I live Continue reading