Before you toss those old cat products, check out these eco-friendly and creative new ways to recycle your cat’s used items.
Keeping your cat entertained isn’t easy. You know the drill - you buy a new cat toy at the store and then a couple days later they’ve completely lost interest! The truth is, cats are smart creatures who need a wide variety of toys, hiding places and challenges to keep their minds stimulated - but this doesn't need to break the bank!
Set up in 1927 to inform and educate the general public about cats and the issues they faced, Cats Protection works helping thousands of cats every year and depends solely on donation. Last year the rehomed and reunited 47,000 cats and kittens - that's 130 felines per day!
Bringing home a lovable feline from the shelter is so exciting. However, first-time cat parents should prepare their homes for the arrival of their new kitty. Emily from Catological gives us some tips to cat-proof our home in preparation to welcoming a new pet.