As someone who had never been afflicted by allergies of any kind, it never even crossed my mind the number of people living with pets and somehow managing an array of symptoms from it as well. I had recently come into contact with someone who told me they developed an allergy for cats and dogs where she never had one. And it fascinated me so, here I am writing about it.
Our little ones are so young it’s almost unimaginable for something to happen to them. We now have the misfortune of knowing what it’s like when your kitten goes missing. It’s a disturbing whirlwind of emotions. One that makes me fear ever becoming a parent. If I felt that strongly when my little kitten goes missing there is no way of understanding a parent’s pain.
For anyone who spoke to us in the past few months would have heard that the cats were making us insane. It was absolute hell living with them. We didn’t know how to go on.
You may have a little feline companion but how much do you know about them? You may have wondered some things about him or her and told yourself, “Oh, I should Google that later.” and later you forget or you’re too lazy and then eventually forget anyway. Here are some of the most interesting, yet overlooked, questions about your kitty to make you the well of knowledge at your next feline tea party.
Holy smoly, Initially when we decided to adopt Meow Meow and Bubbles, the thought of poop and poop cleaning never really occurred to me. Now that I am cleaning poop on a daily basis I realized this is not a fun activity, so my fellow ForeverHumans, are you ready to clean poop? Are you? Are you really? I mean poop sucks.
I’ve been meaning to write this blog post for quite some time, but it’s been a hectic past few days and just couldn’t get the time. Finally I have some time on my hands accompanied by little Meow Meow on my desk. Well without further ado here is my first impression of the adoption.
Why do we feel the need to physically harm our kitten, cat or any other pet for that matter when they display unwanted behavior? Is it because we were spanked as children and we believe there is nothing wrong with it? Continue reading Praise don’t Punish
Keeping a cat permanently indoors away from all the potential hazards outside may sound like the ideal solution, however you should be very cautious and measure up the change you are about to make against the needs of that particular cat.