If you’ve read some of my older posts, you’ll probably know my opinion on this topic already, but I figured I’d still do a post about this explaining my reasons for being against letting your cats go outside unsupervised. By writing this post, I’m not bashing on people for their decisions at all, because I strongly believe in the words each to their own, and live and let live. Continue reading
Have you heard of it? When I was doing my kitty research, I saw a lot of it, and eventually started researching it as well; toilet trained cats! Some can even flush after use, but the question is, is this really a good solution? No litterbox does sound pretty great, but are there bad sides to having a toilet trained cat? Continue reading
Now, this is quite the touchy subject, so please, please don’t get offended if I say something you might not agree with, but today, we’ll be talking about choosing to adopt a rescue cat, or a purebred cat. Of course, you can always do both, and I would highly recommend you do so if you have the choice. Personally, I’ve always wanted a Ragdoll, so when it came to finally getting a cat, the choice was easy. However, that doesn’t mean I never looked at rescue cats, or never considered getting one, which is why I’ll be explaining how and why I chose between the two, and my general opinion on this subject. Continue reading
Everybody loves kittens, they’re cute, they’re cuddly, fluffy and amazing, but fact is, there are way too many kittens and cats that don’t have forever homes. Why? A big part of it is that some people don’t fix their cat. They might forget, decide its too much money, don’t see the use of it or they want kittens, and then the kittens keep on coming. Average female cats can have up to 3 litters a year, and since the average size of a litter is 4-6 kittens, if you don’t spay your cat, you could have up to 18 kittens each year. I know this doesn’t sound like a crazy number, but you have to realise that your cat is most certainly not the only one that hasn’t been spayed. This is the sole reasons kitten season exists.