Your cat may need some extra grooming help to keep up with the extra fur during the winter season.
With a little bit of careful introduction, grooming can be a positive and stress-free experience for you and your cat!
As COVID-19 continues to spread, it’s hard to go more than a couple of hours without being reminded to “wash your hands,” but what about washing your cat’s paws?
Summer is unofficially here and with it — hot, humid weather. So, is all this heat making your cat too hot? Can you shave a cat? We’ve found a few things to consider when it comes to shaving your cat.
Think a lack of fur makes hairless cats low maintenance? That’s not the case. Hairless cats need regular care and attention to keep their skin in tip-top shape.
Cats shed — it’s a fact. Accept it, then consider these ways to contain cat hair the best you can.
Cats are often so good at grooming themselves that we sometimes think they don’t need our help. But the answer to what cats need grooming is actually that all cats need our help — but the frequency and type of grooming varies depending on your cat’s breed and coat.
Grooming cats is tricky in the first place — but what about grooming your cat as she gets older? Let’s talk about some senior cat grooming issues.
We cat people take our hairballs seriously; here are tips on how to prevent them.