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Every year, millions of people make New Year goals – like drinking more water, getting to a healthy weight, going to the gym more often, or becoming a "morning person." The most popular of these resolutions correlate directly with overall happiness, health, and wellness for us humans. But have you ever considered adopting New Year goals that will positively impact you and your kitty? Just because cats don't throw parties or countdown the seconds to the New Year doesn't mean we can't include them in the fun, right? Here are seven New Year's resolutions you can implement in 2020 to keep your furry friend happy and healthy, too.
Sure, Twas The Night Before Christmas is a classic holiday read, but around here we like to see our kitties represented in holiday stories from time to time. When spending time with your little ones this holly jolly season, mix up the rotation and toss in a few feline-featuring fables. Get ready for the purrfect season of cozying up on the couch with your four-legged and two-legged babies with these fabulous stories.
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?
Let's be real here... Our furry friends are at the tip-top of our Christmas shopping list. And you know what? We wouldn't have it any other way. This Christmas, we're going down the DIY route. The best gifts for cat lovers are ones that you can make at home and share with your fur baby this holiday season. Here's everything you need to know for crafting the best and brightest gifts for cat lovers this Christmas season that will last them long after the holiday decorations have been taken down.
Have you ever thought about what you would do if you couldn't afford to buy food for your fur baby? It's a heartbreaking thought! But for many people, this is a reality they have to face. Thankfully, pet pantries are working to keep (furry) families together. So what are pet pantries?

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.

When you first learn that high blood pressure in cats is indeed a thing, your imagination may lead you to think of your beloved cat sitting in a vet's waiting room with that dreaded velcro cuff strapped around his hind leg. Truth be told, your imagination isn't that far off. High blood pressure in cats is relatively common among older cats, but with proper screening, it can be easily detected and treated.
If you want to do something special for her to thank her for being your best furry friend, gift your cat with her own little getaway: a unique cat perch. Cat beds are cool n' all, but with easy DIY projects and custom-designed cat furniture, why not spoil your furry friend?
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.
It's sad to picture your adorable kitten becoming an old, gray-haired cat one day but as a cat parent, you know the day will come. As our beloved fur-babies get older, their risks of getting an age-related disease or health condition heighten. Cat dementia (also known as feline cognitive dysfunction) is a disease to look out for as your fur-baby gets older.
If you're looking for some inspiration this Meow-lloween, we've got some purr-worthy cat costumes for you.
While pet dander is unavoidable if you've got animals in your home, learning about how allergies are caused can help you figure out what you can do to minimize your symptoms. Here's what you should know about pet dander, the causes of cat allergies, and how to deal with them.

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