About one-fifth of the feline population suffers from some type of allergy. Aside from its other deleterious affects, cigarette smoke is a very common feline allergen.
When a cat lowers its tail but keeps the tip up, it might mean that the animal is nervous and unsure of something that has caught its attention.
Suzanne, Sorry for taking so long to get you some updated pics. Maynard recovered well from his little mishap and has been to the Point Loma Vet for his updated vaccinations. These pics were from about 10 days ago when he tried catnip for the first time. He has been wonderful. Have a […]
Spring 2014 Kittens have started to Arrive! Fanci X Potter had their litter on 2-14 (4 males) and Soda X Quid had their litter on 2-21 (1 male/1 female). I have once again started a waiting list for choice on the kittens this year. A deposit of 200.00 is required to get on the list, […]
In cold weather when cats lick themselves, their natural oils are spread around from the skin’s sebaceous glands this acts as insulation from cold and dampness. Petri thinking the snow was NOT a good idea!
Hi there Suzanne! Just wanted to let you know Edgar went to our vet last week and got his last round of shots and had a checkup, and he was a pro! They love him so much there they even posted a photo on their Facebook page. People were asking to make sure he […]
Traditionally, veterinarians have waited until cats are at least 6 months old before neutering them. But research shows that healthy kittens can be safely neutered at 6 weeks, or as soon as they weigh 2 pounds. Referred to as early-age, pediatric, or pre-pubertal spay/neuter, the procedure eliminates any chance of an “oops litter,” since female […]
Purrfectfold BizKat Lizzy and CH Ouachita Colonel Potter had 3 gorgeous boys on Valentine’s Day.. Now the wait for the ears which takes around 4 to 5 weeks … and then the pictures!
When looking into cat furniture consider cedar. The oils found in cedar wood posts are appealing to your cat’s sense of smell and contain a natural insect repellent Cats and dogs can eat saturated and unsaturated fats without the risks that humans are concerned with, such as clogged arteries, high cholesterol, coronary artery disease or stroke.