• Why is NOTHING else in this world cuter than a newborn kitten?

    NOTHING else looks and sounds cuter than kittens. They're the most lovable living things. Why is it so?
    NOTHING else looks and sounds cuter than kittens. They're the most lovable living things. Why is it so?
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is My Neighbours Cat Neglected?

    Hi, My neighbours cat is always round our house. Not complaining because it's adorable. because it's round so often we decided to buy it some food and leave a bowl of milk in the conservatory for it. I've noticed that the cat downs the milk and food within minutes. I've also noticed that if we... show more
    Hi, My neighbours cat is always round our house. Not complaining because it's adorable. because it's round so often we decided to buy it some food and leave a bowl of milk in the conservatory for it. I've noticed that the cat downs the milk and food within minutes. I've also noticed that if we go to stroke the cat it kind of hesitates so we give it space and let it come to us. The other day it slept in the dining room during the day but every time there was a slight noise it would literally jump which is probably normal. I've never owned a cat but I'm slightly worried about this one, it's flea collar is all torn and their eye looks mistreated and I just wondered if anything I said above would worry you also? Thanks.
    9 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Should i take my cat to vet?

    Best answer: If he peed blood, it's likely an emergency and he should go to the vet within the next 12 hours.
    Best answer: If he peed blood, it's likely an emergency and he should go to the vet within the next 12 hours.
    10 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Can liquefied cat food be replaced as cat milk to feed new born kitties?

    Best answer: Do not, I repeat, do not give kittens regular cat food. If they are older than 4-6 weeks, you can give them wet kitten food, which is cheaper than kitten milk. But, if they are younger than 6 weeks and really tiny still, you must give them kitten milk or they will die. I've had this situation before. One cat... show more
    Best answer: Do not, I repeat, do not give kittens regular cat food. If they are older than 4-6 weeks, you can give them wet kitten food, which is cheaper than kitten milk. But, if they are younger than 6 weeks and really tiny still, you must give them kitten milk or they will die. I've had this situation before. One cat was a bad another and wasn't producing enough milk. She was hardly feeding the kitten and he failed to thrive. I fed him kitten food under the mistake that he was old enough pull through with the little bit of milk she did give him. My brother said he found him dead. If you're gonna refuse to pay for kitten milk, take them to a shelter or somewhere and see if they have an orphan momma cat. If the kittens are indeed older than six weeks, they should be okay with kitten food. Either way though, don't give them regular adult cat food.

    Simple answer
    6+ weeks - give kitten food.
    6- weeks - give kitten milk or they'll die.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can cats tell if your in pain?

    I was just wondering if cat s can sence pain because last night I picked a scab and it started to bleed heavy I did get it to stop but the thing is my cat was sleeping in his bed that s next to mine at the time but he still jump up on my bed and sniffed the bleeding area then got in my lap and started to purr I... show more
    I was just wondering if cat s can sence pain because last night I picked a scab and it started to bleed heavy I did get it to stop but the thing is my cat was sleeping in his bed that s next to mine at the time but he still jump up on my bed and sniffed the bleeding area then got in my lap and started to purr I just kind of want to know if he sent that I was in pain or maybe he just smelled the blood and thought something was wrong
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • How can I keep a cat who has to live inside happy when he enjoyed the outdoors?

    Best answer: Play with him to keep him occupied. Get him a cat condo. Grow him some cat grass.. Get some window perches.

    Maybe consider a catio to give him confined outdoor time.

    Animals get used to habits and routines, so it will tske some time for him to adapt
    Best answer: Play with him to keep him occupied. Get him a cat condo. Grow him some cat grass.. Get some window perches.

    Maybe consider a catio to give him confined outdoor time.

    Animals get used to habits and routines, so it will tske some time for him to adapt
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • I got scratched by my cat while giving him a bath, he's a house cat and doesn't go outside and is very healthy, what should i do?

    Best answer: The risk of rabies is less than none. Rabies is spread through saliva, through a bite wound. The animal that bites you must also have rabies for them to give it to you. Your kitten is not rabid, and is old enough to have their rabies vaccination, and cannot give you rabies. You do not need to bathe a cat or... show more
    Best answer: The risk of rabies is less than none.
    Rabies is spread through saliva, through a bite wound. The animal that bites you must also have rabies for them to give it to you.
    Your kitten is not rabid, and is old enough to have their rabies vaccination, and cannot give you rabies.
    You do not need to bathe a cat or kitten either.
    7 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Why do cats show you more affection when you're not well or something?

    Best answer: I think they can sense when someone or something isn't right, and its their nature to want to help.
    Best answer: I think they can sense when someone or something isn't right, and its their nature to want to help.
    7 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Cat behaviour change after being lost? Help.:(?

    My cat was lost for around a month, and we finally found him yesterday. He doesn’t appear to be hurt, and he was a bit of a brat before. He lets us pet him one moment, then he’s hissing the next, even scratched my sister. We’ve had him for around 6 years and he didn’t have a problem being around me before, but... show more
    My cat was lost for around a month, and we finally found him yesterday. He doesn’t appear to be hurt, and he was a bit of a brat before. He lets us pet him one moment, then he’s hissing the next, even scratched my sister. We’ve had him for around 6 years and he didn’t have a problem being around me before, but since yesterday night he’s been hissing and growling every time I go near him. :( I don’t know what’s wrong. We’re positive that it’s him, same scar, same meow.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do cats to to heaven?

    Best answer: Wouldn't it be sweet if our dearly loved pets did go to heaven? Oh, damn, now I'm crying.
    Best answer: Wouldn't it be sweet if our dearly loved pets did go to heaven? Oh, damn, now I'm crying.
    22 answers · 5 days ago
  • What do I do if my roommate is badly neglecting her cat?

    So one of my roommates has a cat and she doesn’t take care of it at all. It doesn’t help that the cat is a terror and destroys everything and won’t respond to discipline. She is gone from the apartment for 99 percent of the day because she has two jobs and sleeps at her boyfriends’ at night. The cat is completely... show more
    So one of my roommates has a cat and she doesn’t take care of it at all. It doesn’t help that the cat is a terror and destroys everything and won’t respond to discipline. She is gone from the apartment for 99 percent of the day because she has two jobs and sleeps at her boyfriends’ at night. The cat is completely neglected and that is probably why he acts out the way he does. She buys him cheap food and litter and NEVER cleans out his litter box. She won’t clean it out until I or another one of our roommates asks her to. Her room is a toxic waste dump and she is so lazy to where she leaves trash bags of cat poop laying around. His water in his bowl is turning different colors. We keep telling her to clean the litter and it’s still an issue. Our otherwise clean apartment smells like sh*t. What is the best way to handle this? It’s also complicated because me and my two other roommates are best friends and we don’t know her that well. I don't want it to seem like we're teaming up against her. Her and her boyfriend also mess with witchcraft which I know little about, but it makes me terrified to upset her. She’s also one of our sorority sisters so I feel like we can’t yell at her/throw her out (if that was possible). She's a really nice girl, just super lazy and slobby. What is the best way to handle this? The cat would be better off in a shelter I believe. I don’t know what to do, but it’s making our living situation miserable. Any advice/possible solutions is appreciated.
    6 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Can I place my cat inside a shoulder bag to take her outside?

    I don't have a proper carrier and my cat isn't leash-trained and I need to get her out to visit a friend so he and my cat can have a playdate (my cat does need to socialize more with other cats) I tried placing her in a small shoulder bag (she can fit inside all nice and cozy since it's a bit bigger... show more
    I don't have a proper carrier and my cat isn't leash-trained and I need to get her out to visit a friend so he and my cat can have a playdate (my cat does need to socialize more with other cats) I tried placing her in a small shoulder bag (she can fit inside all nice and cozy since it's a bit bigger than her) and I zipped it a little bit so only her head is showing and I secured the zipper with a pin so it won't automatically open up . She isn't struggling or crying or anything, but I still wanna know if this is right??? I don't want to be accused of pet abuse by other people when me and my cat finally do go to my friends house of a kitty playdate
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Cat spay incision!?

    I had my cat spayed on Wednesday, took her for a check up Friday everything was fine. Over the weekend the area has become swollen but I’ve rang the vets and they said this is normal and to keep an eye on the stitches. Is this normal and is it infected ?
    I had my cat spayed on Wednesday, took her for a check up Friday everything was fine. Over the weekend the area has become swollen but I’ve rang the vets and they said this is normal and to keep an eye on the stitches. Is this normal and is it infected ?
    6 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Hi , about female cat spay , is it okay to leave my spay cat on her all almost all day while she is recovering ,?

    I leave her in locked room while she is recovering and I go see her 3 times a day to give food water ect and stay with her little bit , is it cruel that she is locked in a room on her own neally all day ? This is just what I have to do because I have kids in the family who like to open doors and let te cat out so I... show more
    I leave her in locked room while she is recovering and I go see her 3 times a day to give food water ect and stay with her little bit , is it cruel that she is locked in a room on her own neally all day ? This is just what I have to do because I have kids in the family who like to open doors and let te cat out so I had to lock her in :( I feel so bad I hopes cat isn’t upset , she seems to sleep a lot there but she seems soo happy when I go see her , incision looks great and she’s doing great ! It’s been 4 days since the spay operation
    6 answers · 10 hours ago
  • Will my cat remember I hurt him?

    Will my cat remember I hurt him?

    Best answer: Very unlikely! Our younger Ocicat Viola decided soon after joining us that she was "daddy's girl", and besides sleeping with me she follows me around a lot, and sometimes gets underfoot. This does sometimes result in a stepped on paw and a loud MEOW! The floors are almost all carpeted and we never... show more
    Best answer: Very unlikely! Our younger Ocicat Viola decided soon after joining us that she was "daddy's girl", and besides sleeping with me she follows me around a lot, and sometimes gets underfoot. This does sometimes result in a stepped on paw and a loud MEOW! The floors are almost all carpeted and we never wear shoes in the house, so no real damage is ever done, and she never holds a grudge. Within a few minutes she is back to her "shadow" act. Pretty sure your kitten will be fine, it sure sounds like it. Here is a pic of Viola a few days after moving in with us.

    On the other hand, a cat definitely WILL remember a pattern of repeated and ongoing abuse. Years ago we adopted a female Egyptian Mau who was being retired from breeding. When my wife went to pick Maddie up, she found that the woman kept all her cats in tiny cages. When we got her home, she was extremely frightened and aggressive, one would have thought that she was feral. When anyone entered her room she would hide while hissing and growling. It took us three months of very patient work to socialize her, she became very loving and affectionate with our family, including our three young daughters, but was always shy and skittish around strangers.
    14 answers · 5 days ago