Face Prosecution for Dressing Up Your Pets

Dressing up your pets for Christmas is a matter being taken very seriously by some authorities. The RSPCA in the UK has warned people who insist on dressing up their animal companions in costumes like reindeer antlers and santa suits could face prosecution of imprisonment or fine under the Animal Welfare Act. Section 9 of the Read More …

The One Safety Tip for Cats at Christmas

There are actually many dangers to your cat that you should watch for during the holidays. There’s the swallowing hazard of attractive tinsel floating to the floor, the toxicity of caffeine and theobromine in chocolate that’s sitting within licking distance on the coffee table, the door left ajar when visitors arrive, the burning candle on the mantle, the Read More …

Halloween Safety Tips for your Cats

It’s a busy time for poison control centres. The Pet Poison Helpline sees a 12% increase in calls during the week of Halloween, mostly from pets ingesting candy or decorations. This week may be a fun feast for the senses for you but it’s a danger buffet for your cats and dogs. But there are many ways Read More …

10 Do’s & Don’ts of Cat Litter

Cat litter is a controversial topic. In 2012, 2.4 million tons of clay were mined in the US just for cat litter so that up to 96 million American kitties can drench it in pee and poop to dump a total of 4.5 million tons of waste back into the environment and landfills every year. Flushing the flushable kind causes plumbing problems and Read More …

Toxoplasmosis: Should You Worry?

If you have cats, you’ve probably heard of the dangers of contracting Toxoplasmosis, a potentially fatal disease, from our cats’ feces (read the 10 Do’s & Don’ts of Cat Litter). Is it really something to worry about, or is it just a sensational headline? Watch the video below and read on for more information. What is Read More …