Cat Scratching Furniture
Cats are wonderful companions. They love to play, they love to cuddle when you are watching TV or sleeping – some even love to “talk” – and they purr for no reason other than being near you. But they also love to scratch. Unfortunately, the things they love to scratch are often the legs of your... 

Feline Arthritis

: Dec 23rd, 2010
Feline Arthritis
Is your older cat showing signs of slowing down? Does she/ he appear stiff when walking? Does his or her hind section look different when walking, standing, or going up stairs? If so, he is likely suffering from arthritis and joint inflammation. Your poor kitty may be feeling stiffness, pain, and/ or discomfort. 30%... 
Cat Urinating Outside of Litterbox
Any time a cat is not using his / her litter box (for either urination, bowel movements, or both), it is a sign that something is very wrong – a cry for help. Your cat needs immediate help. He or she needs to be seen by a vet. If yor cat is urinating outside of the litter box, he or she may have a urinary tract... 
Helping Cats Get Along
(C) Copyright 2009 by Angels4Animals.com Introducing new cats to eachother – and getting them truly comfortable with one another – can sometimes present its challenges. The good news is that there are numerous things that can be done to smooth out any rough edges and ensure that everyone ends up happy and... 
Training a Kitten Where to Scratch
I am soon to be the parent of an 8 week old kitten. I have heard there are ways to train a kitten where it is appropriate to scratch and I am looking for ways to do this from day one. We’ve purchased a sisal scratching post and there is sisal rope on the new cat condo we bought for the expectant bundle of joy. I... 
Cat Pooing on Rug: May Have to Give Her Up
Q: I have a problem with my cat’s litter box behavior which unfortunately has gotten to the point where I’m considering moving her out as we have a new baby due in October.  I’m hoping to solve the problems with your advice before then! Some background: I have 2 cats, one 4 year old and one... 

Cat Has Bent Tail

: Dec 22nd, 2010
Cat Has Bent Tail
Q: I got my cat when she was just a kitten, and noticed her tail was bent. Apparently she accidentally got her tail caught in a door as it was being shut before I adopted her. Now she is about a year old and her tail still has not straightened out.  Is it too late for it to straighten out now, and will it always remain... 
Cat Isn't Eating or Drinking and Just Lies There
Question: My cat isn’t drinking or eating. He’s just laying there, and is very depressed looking.  I’m force-feeding him water and he just pees it out, so he’s not absorbing it.  What could be wrong? I’ve already taken him to the vet and they can’t guarantee what’s wrong... 
Copyright © 2011 Cats Need Care. All rights reserved.
Please Join Us at End Feline Overpopulation.