Declawing a feline is inhumane, unbearably painful and unnecessary. It often results in lifelong medical conditions and pain for the animal. Declawing is rightfully outlawed in many countries; there are much safer alternatives to keeping your furniture intact.
Scientific studies have found a potential link between flame retardants in furniture and hyperthyroidism in cats. Flame retardants are used throughout our homes, indoors and out. From our sofas to our carpeting, to our mattresses and even the beds we buy for our cats. Let's explore how we can protect your pets from any adverse effect from flame retardants.
Just like you, your purring friends can develop allergies. Usually, this occurs because of allergens in their environment. Keep reading to learn more about allergies in your cat, the potential causes, and how you can help your furry friend live a more comfortable, allergy-free life.
Of course, we only want the best for our furry friends! Most cats are quite deservedly spoiled and these days there are plenty of ways in which we can pamper them. From gourmet food to high-tech toys and self-cleaning litter boxes, we can buy the best for the smallest, furriest, members of our family.