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Our company was founded out of a desire to do better for the pets that enrich our lives in so many ways. Our blog is a place to honor those pets and the people who love them, with articles that cover topics including nutrition, mental and physical wellness, animal care, and more.

What Causes Sudden Aggression in Cats?

What Causes Sudden Aggression in Cats?

Animals don't do things without a reason, and cats are no exception. If your feline friend suddenly turns into a hissing, scratching, growling spitfire, there is a reason for this change in behavi …
Why Is My Pet Pacing at Night, and What Can I Do?

Why Is My Pet Pacing at Night, and What Can I Do?

Have you ever been awakened by your dog pacing around at night? Suddenly you’re hearing those little toenails click, click, clicking on the hardwood floors while you’re trying to sleep. Do they ne …
Do Cats Like to Be Kissed?

Do Cats Like to Be Kissed?

For humans, the act of a kiss can mean many different things. We may use a kiss as a greeting, a sign of passion, an apology, or a sweet and innocent gesture. A kiss is a way for us to connect with on …
Why is My Pet Suddenly So Clingy?

Why is My Pet Suddenly So Clingy?

As pet owners, we learn what our dog or cat wants primarily by paying attention to how they act. However, it's not always easy to understand what's going on when a change in behavior happens. Sometime …
Why Do Cats Have Little Pockets on Their Ears?

Why Do Cats Have Little Pockets on Their Ears?

Over time, evolution molded the anatomy of different animals, discarding unneeded features and perfecting others that aid in survival of a particular species. Cats have a curious anatomical featur …
How the 5 Senses Differ Between Dogs and Cats

How the 5 Senses Differ Between Dogs and Cats

The five senses – scent, taste, sight, touch and hearing – are important tools for survival for humans and animals alike. We know our pets' senses are superior to ours in many ways, but how do the …
Why Do Cats Cover Their Faces When They Sleep?

Why Do Cats Cover Their Faces When They Sleep?

Let’s face it, cats can be strange. You may have caught sight of your cat bouncing off the walls, rubbing their head on your leg, or even standing with their mouth wide open. It is even common to see …
How to Teach a Cat to Fetch

How to Teach a Cat to Fetch

Lots of cat owners like to play a rousing game of fetch with their best feline friend. It goes something like this: you throw the toy, your cat dashes after it, pounces on it, plays with it for …
Why Do Cats Lick Plastic?

Why Do Cats Lick Plastic?

  Some cats have an eating disorder called pica that causes them to eat strange things. They are drawn to non-food items as a food source, including plastic. But seeking out plastic grocer …
8 Reasons for a Cat's Excessive Meowing

8 Reasons for a Cat's Excessive Meowing

Is your cat meowing too much? While you may enjoy having occasional "conversations" with your cat, when they are meowing a lot it can be aggravating. However, there is usually a reason for the e …
Why Does My Cat Roll Around on Its Back?

Why Does My Cat Roll Around on Its Back?

Cat body posture is fascinating to observe, and rolling on the back sends definite signals. A cat that is secure and content is most likely to roll in an attempt to attract attention. The behavior c …
Why Do Cats Leave Their Mouths Open?

Why Do Cats Leave Their Mouths Open?

If you’ve spent any time observing your cat, you know that she can entertain you for hours. Watching her chase a bug, climb on furniture, or roll on her back relates to natural feline activities tha …