MedicAlert’s Pet Tag provides peace of mind to pet owners with pre-existing medical conditions  It’s no secret that pets add to our quality of life, and pet ownership has even been linked to better overall happiness and health. Owning a pet is proven to enhance fitness levels, relieve stress and even improve mental and heart
Cats are quite clean, but if you live with one, you know they can be untidy creatures. Cats leave a unique assortment of stains and messes around our homes that require constant cleaning, but here’s how to keep things nice and neat. Cat Hair — Everywhere! That luxurious, soft fur we love so much isn’t
Guest post by Ingrid R. Niesman, MS PhD  A 101-year-old senior citizen adopts a 19-year old cat from the Catawba Humane Society in Hickory, NC. Penny’s family describes this as a match made in heaven. After losing her cat and realizing a stuffed animal is not an alternative, the North Carolina woman has found her
With life getting back to something that resembles normalcy, I decided to ask my cat, Stella, how the pandemic and the lockdown affected her. Stella, are you sad I’ve gone back to the office? I worked from home for so long. Really? What home? This home. THIS home? I sat right at our kitchen table
Hi everyone, Please find below our latest entry in the Purrsday Poetry series. Don’t forget if you have a cat poem you’d like to publish on our Blog do send us an email to 🙂 Elliptical calico creatureOf apricot, brown and blackOn checkerboard backBears coal-colored islandsIn a sea of ivory fluffKept by brush-like tongueTaking
Check out our purrific pictures and photo contest winners! Grand Prize Winner: Lynx Category: Cat Nap Lynx is a 6-month-old Savannah who enjoys going for walks on his leash, watching birds and playing. This talkative boy meows when he’s happy, excited, hungry and sometimes for no reason at all. Sweet and affectionate, he starts purring
Adventure cats come in all shapes and sizes. Veterinary student Summer Ott learned just how different some adventure cats can be when she adopted Parsley, a previously shy barn kitten with a knack for tree climbing, kayaking and even swimming. Parsley also happens to have a congenital bone deformity that prevents his legs from growing
WATERFORD, Ireland, Sept. 2021 /PRNewswire/ — TriviumVet™, an animal health research and development company focused on addressing unmet needs in companion animal medicine, today announced that the Food and Drug Administration’s Centre for Veterinary Medicine has determined that the company can pursue the expanded conditional approval pathway for its feline hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) therapeutic candidate,
If I had my way, Halloween would be celebrated year round. So it goes without saying that I love spooky stuff — and if cats are involved, even better! I came across artist Braden Duncan’s work while perusing Etsy, and was immediately drawn in. Her art combines her love of pop culture, mythology, mysticism, Steampunk,
With the first ever lockdown now over a year behind us, many lockdown pets will be celebrating their first birthday More than 1 in 3 pet owners confess to celebrating their dog’s birthday, spending on average £26 per pet More than half of pets now have a social media account WITH OVER 3.2 million households
Cat book author and feline furniture designer Kate Benjamin lives with a clowder of black cats. Seven in all, with delightful names such as Jeremiah Beandip, Horacio Queso and Pico de Gato. She refers to them as her little house panthers, a term of endearment that has become a universal, modern-day homage to these felines
Cats are mysterious creatures. So it’s not always easy to know if your cat is feeling comfortable or nervous, but understanding the nuances of feline body language gives you an edge. “Cats have very sophisticated body language,” says Dr. Alison Gerken, a clinical behavioral medicine resident at Florida Veterinary Behavior Service in West Palm Beach.