Many cats love eating butter, whether it’s plain butter or other buttery treats. But, there is not much nutritional value for them in consuming it, so it’s up to you as an owner if you want to indulge them with it or not.
Wondering why does a cat eat his fur?
Well, it is normal for a cat to lick its fur but if he is doing it excessively, there might be more to it than meets the eye!
Contrary to widespread belief, the popular depiction of a cat with a fishbone in its mouth is not accurate. Although most cats would be delighted if treated with a nice fishbone, fish bones are not a risk-free food for cats.
Feeding a cat is like feeding a baby. As a cat parent, it is your responsibility to ensure your cat’s nutritional needs are adequately met
As a cat owner, it is easy to want to include your cat in everything you do; working on your laptop, taking a nap, eating breakfast. On the surface, these activities seem innocent.
Cats can have strange behaviors sometimes, but have you seen how they behave when you give them an olive?
Caring for your fur baby demands extra care and vigilance to ensure that they are safe and protected.
A cat that lays down after it has just eaten may indicate early symptoms of some serious underlying issues. At the same time, this can be nothing but a new habit for your cat.
If your cat has recently started meowing while she is eating, or been done with it for a long time, you should be worried as it is not normal for cats to talk especially while they are eating.
Since cats have a strong digestive system they can do well even when the stomach is filled to the brim with food.