Have you tried looking for a cat brush lately? Depending on where you look, there may be dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of options to choose from! How can you possibly know which the best cat brushes are? Well, we’ve done the research for you and come up with the best cat brushes. The best […]Continue reading
Cats of all breeds and ages can be just as fragile as human babies. As such, keeping up with your feline furball’s hygiene is of fundamental importance. There are various ways to maintain your pet’s hygiene. Part of these essential activities includes brushing your fluffy pal’s fur to untangle it and remove fallen cat hair. […]Continue reading
Cats shed. That’s not a newsflash for anyone, right? Unless you’re the proud pet parent of a (mostly) hairless breed like the Sphynx cat, then your kitty will shed lots of hair. What can you do about it? Well, for starters, you can establish a habit of grooming your precious furball daily. Cat fur collects lots […]Continue reading
Cats are cleaning machines. They spend up to 50 percent of their waking hours hard at work grooming.
Cats rely on their tongue and teeth for more than affectionate nibbling of their owners’ noses.Continue reading
Every cat owner dreads the idea of dousing their feline in the sink.
Cats hate water. The few exceptions to this rule show off their water-loving cats on YouTube.Continue reading
Can cats clean themselves? Why is your kitty constantly licking himself? Why do felines bite their fur? When it comes to hygiene, feline furballs of all breeds and ages can be seen licking, biting, and grooming themselves daily. The act of cleaning is not only a hygiene practice but also a bonding experience for cats […]Continue reading
If you’re residing in a multi-cat household like I am you’ve probably seen some pretty puzzling things. Things that a one cat owner probably won’t see unless he/ she welcomes another furball into their home. One such thing is cats licking and grooming each other. That’s called allogrooming. Even pets that don’t get along might […]Continue reading
Do cats need haircuts? Why would they need them? Can you give your own cat a haircut at home without visiting a fancy pet salon? Alright hold your horses. For starters, yes, some cats do indeed need occasional haircuts. Cutting off excess hair is an essential part of grooming and you need the proper tools […]Continue reading