How to Tell if Your Human Servant is Depressed and What to Do About It


If ever notice when your human sighs? Or seems to stop moving? I’ve seen that with my girl. I would tap her to make sure she was still alive. She always responded when I did so. But still I wondered if she was depressed. Sometimes when humans are depressed they won’t get up out of bed. They don’t need to sleep off and on all day as we do, so it’s a bad sign. If they forget to eat or feed you, it’s time to do an intervention. Humans do get depressed and they need us cats to help them … Continue reading How to Tell if Your Human Servant is Depressed and What to Do About It

Princess Lily Versus Nuri


Sometimes cats just don’t get along. As a cat, I know. I didn’t always get along with my brothers or with the kitten I raised with my girl. We cats do fight. Usually, when we live inside with someone caring for us, we do not fight to the death. We just scream and yell at each other and sometimes come to physical blows. I stress to you humans if you see and hear us fighting, please keep in mind as long as we aren’t clawing each other or causing any kind of wounds, you don’t need to worry. We are … Continue reading Princess Lily Versus Nuri

Essential Cat Care (Monthly Cat Care Article)


Disclaimer: the staff writers here are not vets nor are they qualified to give medical advice. This article’s purpose is strictly to share stories/information and should not be used for diagnostic purposes. Please take your cat to the vet if you suspect anything might be wrong with them. Your vet will know best what to do in your specific situation. If you’re reading this magazine, especially if you’re a regular reader, chances are you already have a cat or three — or, at the very least, are a cat lover like the rest of us here. Although it would be … Continue reading Essential Cat Care (Monthly Cat Care Article)

Vocal Issues in Cats (Monthly Cat Care Article)


Disclaimer: the staff writers here are not vets nor are they qualified to give medical advice. This article’s purpose is strictly to share stories/information and should not be used for diagnostic purposes. Please take your cat to the vet if you suspect anything might be wrong with them. Your vet will know best what to do in your specific situation. Many cats — and especially the early-rising Julius — are quite vocal. They are often especially talkative in the morning and in the evenings. Cats communicate through a variety of trills, purrs, cries, and other vocalizations, but the meow is … Continue reading Vocal Issues in Cats (Monthly Cat Care Article)

Traveling with Your Furbaby (Monthly Cat Care Article)


Disclaimer: the staff writers here are not vets nor are they qualified to give medical advice. This article’s purpose is strictly to share stories/information and should not be used for diagnostic purposes. Please take your cat to the vet if you suspect anything might be wrong with them. Your vet will know best what to do in your specific situation. Not everyone looks forward to traveling. Some people dislike it more than others–and cats in particular are not usually happy about going on trips. (Or as dogs like to call them, “adventures”.) Cats are often notoriously difficult to travel with. … Continue reading Traveling with Your Furbaby (Monthly Cat Care Article)

Playtime (Monthly Cat Care Article)


Disclaimer: the staff writers here are not vets nor are they qualified to give medical advice. This article’s purpose is strictly to share stories/information and should not be used for diagnostic purposes. Please take your cat to the vet if you suspect anything might be wrong with them. Your vet will know best what to do in your specific situation. Cats, just like all of us, benefit from regular playtime. Not only does playtime keep your cat physically fit (the exercise will promote them to build muscle and improve their circulation), it will also provide them mental stimulation, keep them … Continue reading Playtime (Monthly Cat Care Article)

To Eat, or Not to Eat (Monthly Cat Care Article)


Disclaimer: the staff writers here are not vets nor are they qualified to give medical advice. This article’s purpose is strictly to share stories/information and should not be used for diagnostic purposes. Please take your cat to the vet if you suspect anything might be wrong with them. Your vet will know best what to do in your specific situation. To eat, or not to eat? If your cat is anything like Julius, they might be inquisitive little foodies who want to discover the various tastes the world has to offer. They might want to graze in the garden, steal … Continue reading To Eat, or Not to Eat (Monthly Cat Care Article)

Weight Management (Monthly Cat Care Article)


  Disclaimer: the staff writers here are not vets nor are they qualified to give medical advice. This article’s purpose is strictly to share stories/information and should not be used for diagnostic purposes. Please take your cat to the vet if you suspect anything might be wrong with them. Your vet will know best what to do in your specific situation. Cats, just like humans, often struggle with weight management. It’s not uncommon for cats, especially if they are exclusively indoor cats, to be overweight or even obese. And, just as humans’ health can be negatively impacted because of unhealthy … Continue reading Weight Management (Monthly Cat Care Article)

Protecting Little Paws (Monthly Cat Care Article)


Disclaimer: the staff writers here are not vets nor are they qualified to give medical advice. This article’s purpose is strictly to share stories/information and should not be used for diagnostic purposes. Please take your cat to the vet if you suspect anything might be wrong with them. Your vet will know best what to do in your specific situation. As Julius reminded us this month, most cats consider themselves to be tigers or some other kind of large, majestic feline. And it is only fitting for tigers and lions and other big cats to explore and climb and run … Continue reading Protecting Little Paws (Monthly Cat Care Article)

Sleep Disorders (Monthly Cat Care Article)


Disclaimer: the staff writers here are not vets nor are they qualified to give medical advice. This article’s purpose is strictly to share stories/information and should not be used for diagnostic purposes. Please take your cat to the vet if you suspect anything might be wrong with them. Your vet will know best what to do in your specific situation. Cats can certainly adhere to odd schedules, at least by human terms. Cats often sleep blissfully through entire days only to burst with lively energy and enthusiasm at particular hours of the night. Most “normal” cats do sleep quite a … Continue reading Sleep Disorders (Monthly Cat Care Article)