♥ What You Should Know About Choosing Cat Cremation ♥
Cat cremation is a subject close to my heart. It’s personal. Raw and real. This post isn’t easy for me to do, but I know that so many of you are facing this heart wrenching decision in your own lives just as I did.
First and foremost, I want to say to you, if you have just faced or are soon to face the loss of your pet, I am so deeply sorry. My heart goes out to you in a way that I can not even begin to express. In all sincerity, I am sending you all the love and hugs I can.
I know this is a very difficult and sensitive subject. I wish saying goodbye to a beloved pet was never a reality, but sadly, it is. My hope is to present this with dignity and grace.
Our cats are members of our families, aren’t they? Their health and well-being matters to us and we notice when something just doesn’t seem the same. If you are a cat mom or dad suspecting a problem in your feline, this article will focus on the main signs of diabetes in cats to watch for.
As a cat parent, you’ve probably already noticed cats are masters at masking how they really feel. Keeping a close eye on them when you suspect something just isn’t right will help you identify some clues in their behavior. This great article from the ASPCA identifies 5 signs of a sick cat to take notice of.
Our Best Tips & Tricks To Stop Your Cat From Scratching The Furniture
*gasp!* Noooo! You look over across the room and your oh so precious kitty is shredding one of your favorite pieces of furniture to bits! You nearly want to cry! Or scream. Or do bad things to your cat. (Please don’t!) I know, I know! It is one of the most dreaded parts of cat parenting. Unfortunately there isn’t a one-size fits all miracle solution for how to stop a cat from scratching furniture. Luckily though, there are some effective options you can try.