A lot of frustrations that people experience with their cats can be solved simply by moving the kitty supplies from one spot to another. Below are some of the location-related details I mention to people most often.
Most of us humans like to put dog and cat water dishes right next to food dishes, . . . → Read More: Location, Location, Location: A Critical Factor For Many Feline Functions
Several times a month I share this tip with people, so it seems like one I should write down and distribute more widely, like on my blog.
If you know a cat or dog who frequently vomits clumps of freshly eaten, undigested food it could be that raising their food dishes off the floor will . . . → Read More: Raising The Steaks (and kibble) Can Reduce Vomiting
This fun tip can help animals lose weight without changing their diet, give them more exercise even when you’re not around, and help when one animal dominates the food.
Hunting kibble is hard work! (Saffron rests after kibble hunting.)
One of the little extras I do for my cats (and some clients’ animals) is . . . → Read More: Kibble Predators On The Indoor Prairie