If you’re the parent of a cat, you know that keeping your beloved family member safe is paramount, especially when it comes to them coming into contact with plants in your home. The spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum), also called anthericum, ribbon plant, and spider ivy, is a common household plant. Could a spider plant pose a threat to your favorite feline? What effect could a spider plant have on your cat if they ate it? Do you need to stop your cat from eating a spider plant? Read this blog to find the answers to these questions and more.
You may find your cat is rubbing one of their eyes with a paw, or notice that their eye looks red and inflamed. This is a sign that your feline friend may be suffering from cat conjunctivitis. You may be asking yourself, “does my cat have pink eye?” Continue reading to find out more about cat conjunctivitis, also called pink eye—everything from how to recognize signs of this condition to what causes it and how to treat it.
How to best care for your cat’s teeth and support their oral health can feel like a complicated subject, but it doesn’t have to be! It’s an important topic to discuss, since your cat’s oral health directly impacts their overall health and well-being. Today, we’ll discuss your cat’s teeth and their growth timelines, dental conditions to be aware of, and how you can provide your beloved cat with the best oral health care possible!
If you are a dog owner, then you will have grown accustomed to them panting on a regular basis as they cool down. However, panting is not typical behavior for a cat to display and, in many cases, is an indication that emergency care is needed. In this post, you’ll learn about all the common causes and solutions for cat panting.
Did you know that plants are in the top five categories of toxins that pets encounter? Unfortunately, some plants can be fatally toxic to cats. Luckily, if your cat has just eaten a rose, you can rest easy. The common rose is listed as non-toxic to cats by the ASPCA!