Methods on how to recognize stress in your new cat; ways to integrate your new cat into your house, and life as smoothly as possible.
How do you provide enrichment for your cat? There are a number of ways, such as giving her a variety of toys, providing perches, training and playing games with your cat, and much more.
Enrichment is an important part of a cat's basic needs. It can decrease/prevent undesirable behaviors, support mental health, and lower rates of stress and illness. Our Enrichment Rainbow has activities the whole family will enjoy, no matter your time restraints,...
Some common reasons why cats don’t use the litter box are: medical, anxiety, an aversion to the box, a preference for a particular surface not provided by the box, a preference for a location where there is no box or a combination of them. You’ll need to do some...
A cat carrier is a vital tool for every cat owner. It allows you to transport your cat safely to and from the vet. It is also very helpful to have in emergencies. An ideal carrier is made of sturdy plastic and has a metal door (avoid doors made of plastic as they are...
Most cats have a specific preference about where they want to eliminate. By following the suggestions outlined in this handout, you’ll be able to start off on the right foot with your new cat.
A visual guide to help finders know what to do when they find kittens of various ages.
What causes stress for your pet? A guide of natural products for stressed-out pets.
Learn about the benefits of clicker training and how to get started with your dog!