You might've heard about the heroic doggos saving koalas in the terrible bush fires of Australia, but canines aren't the only ones that lend a helping paw. Some cool cats play the part of hero, too. We've found six stories of kitties who went above and beyond to help their fellow animal friends to remind you that felines don't just love their humans. They put their kitty intelligence to good use to save other creatures from everything from abandonment to fires.
Cats are known to be fiercely independent. As a result, many human companions find them mysterious and aloof. Many cat owners even wonder, "Does my cat love me?" Well, our kitties may not be as introverted as they seem. Most cats, it turns out, do feel safe and comforted in the presence of their owner. Here's how you can confirm whether you and your fur baby share a secure attachment.
After a woman recently mistook a kitten she rescued for a regular ol' domestic cat – that turned out to be a puma! (True story.) – the internet began wondering... What is the difference between our domestic feline friends and their big cat ancestors? And at what age can you start to notice a difference?
If you can hardly wait until Halloween is over to get out your Christmas home decor, you aren't alone. But did you know everything from your tree to snow globes can be hazardous to your curious kitty? So how can your Christmas tree be dangerous to your kitty cat? What about other decorations? How can you keep your fur baby safe and still have a beautifully decorated house?
We all know what it feels like to be "the new kid on the block," right? Whether you've started a new job, joined a new gym, or picked up a new hobby, adapting to a new environment can be challenging for anyone, including animals. Cat rehoming is an admirable act, but you'll need to go a step further to be mindful of how your new kitty feels in her new home. Here are four ways to welcome your furry friend into your home and help her adapt in no time.
Adopting a cat means giving a new life and new opportunities for comfort, health, and happiness to a feline in need. Some kitties who are up for adoptions have such sad, challenged histories, and yet every feline friend is just waiting for that day when they get to settle into a loving forever home. All a homeless cat really needs is another chance at life. Thankfully, there are many cat rescue organizations around the country that are doing whatever it takes to save the lives of our feline friends.