• Why is my cat so ****** cute?

    Why is my cat so ****** cute?

    Best answer: They all are
    Best answer: They all are
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • What's the most dog-like cat?

    Best answer: Siamese and other Oriental breeds are the most sociable and talkative cats.
    Best answer: Siamese and other Oriental breeds are the most sociable and talkative cats.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • What can I do to make it easier to trim my cats'claws?

    Best answer: My cat used to always be a fight as well. Back when I was single, I typically had to pick her up, sit down on the couch with a gap between me and the armrest just wide enough for her, and drop her in that gap on her back with her facing the back of the couch. That way, I could use my elbow to pin her down and still... show more
    Best answer: My cat used to always be a fight as well. Back when I was single, I typically had to pick her up, sit down on the couch with a gap between me and the armrest just wide enough for her, and drop her in that gap on her back with her facing the back of the couch. That way, I could use my elbow to pin her down and still have access to her back feet (she is front-declawed). Now that I have someone else in the house, One of us cradles the cat like a baby while the other clips the claws.

    Another option would be Claw Caps. They are basically press-on nails that keep the cat from scratching, and typically last about 5 weeks before you have to replace them. Eventually, you still have to trim the claws, but it becomes infrequent enough that you can make that part of a normal vet visit.
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • Some dogs attack cats some not - why?

    8 answers · 21 hours ago
  • How to clip kittens nails?

    I read that you can clip their nails with human nail clippers, I’ve successfully done two so far but he sounds like he’s in pain and it makes me so sad. He doesn’t scratch at furntiture or anything really unless he’s feeling possessive, but my little sister is scared of him for some reason and his scratches so we... show more
    I read that you can clip their nails with human nail clippers, I’ve successfully done two so far but he sounds like he’s in pain and it makes me so sad. He doesn’t scratch at furntiture or anything really unless he’s feeling possessive, but my little sister is scared of him for some reason and his scratches so we decided to clip them. Does it feel any pain at all? I’m making sure not to clip right to the end, i’m only trimming really. But i’m still scared i’ll do some damage.
    8 answers · 24 hours ago
  • Should I get a kitten?

    I have been thinking about getting a kitten but and unsure. I just dont want to pay alot of money for them. Like if I get a kitten and later on it life it needs surgery I will put it down because at the end of the day shes just an animal and Im not forkin gout 2k for surgery. I am fully capable of buying food and... show more
    I have been thinking about getting a kitten but and unsure. I just dont want to pay alot of money for them. Like if I get a kitten and later on it life it needs surgery I will put it down because at the end of the day shes just an animal and Im not forkin gout 2k for surgery. I am fully capable of buying food and litter, toys and all the essentials... though anything over $200 I would not spend on any animal I own.
    21 answers · 4 days ago
  • Should I declaw my cat?

    Best answer: Declawing a cat is a really big decision, and one that can have permanent repercussions for you and your animal. I'll try to summarize some information for you. Declawing a cat is no simple procedure. It's not simply like trimming their nails or even cutting them off entirely. A cats claw is actually... show more
    Best answer: Declawing a cat is a really big decision, and one that can have permanent repercussions for you and your animal. I'll try to summarize some information for you.

    Declawing a cat is no simple procedure. It's not simply like trimming their nails or even cutting them off entirely. A cats claw is actually infused with their finger, so declawing them is basically like chopping off part of their fingers. If you want to compare it with a human procedure, it would be likely chopping off your fingers where they bend. It is very painful for the cat and has been banned in many countries for being inhumane.

    While declawing a cat obviously removes the risk that they will scratch you and damage your house, it poses other risks. Many cats are reported to have mood changes after the operation, and some tend to be more aggressive and bite more (and a cat's bite is MUCH more dangerous than getting scratched). Declawing also takes away their natural weapon- should your cat ever find himself against another animal, he will have not way to defend himself.

    In summary, you CAN declaw your cat. It's not the end of the world for the cat, and many declawed cats live healthy, happy lives. But it's a BIG decision to consider, and it may have negative repercussions for you and your kitty.
    18 answers · 4 days ago
  • Will dawn soap really help with killing fleas off my cat?

    My cat has fleas. She's 17-18 years old and a cat from hell at times. I don't know she got them but she's got them. I've brushing her which she hates for the last three days and still find them, so I'm forced to consider giving her a bath. The vet suggested a dawn bath because a flea bath is... show more
    My cat has fleas. She's 17-18 years old and a cat from hell at times. I don't know she got them but she's got them. I've brushing her which she hates for the last three days and still find them, so I'm forced to consider giving her a bath. The vet suggested a dawn bath because a flea bath is pricey. But she really don't like being handled and if she fights me sometimes so how can I can force her to get a bath? Is a tub or sink better? Does the dawn soap really help? I am also vacuuming the place to remove the fleas. Anything else I need to do?
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • How to get my cat to like vegetables ?

    I want her to have a well-balanced diet.
    I want her to have a well-balanced diet.
    16 answers · 4 days ago
  • How can I train my kittens to use the litter box?

    I have 6 five week old kittens I am trying to litter train. They are peeing and pooping EVERYWHERE. I have tried pellet litter(they hated it) I have tried a sand clumping litter(they ate it) and I have tried putting their poop and pee, that i had to clean up, into the litter box and showing them that’s where to go... show more
    I have 6 five week old kittens I am trying to litter train. They are peeing and pooping EVERYWHERE. I have tried pellet litter(they hated it) I have tried a sand clumping litter(they ate it) and I have tried putting their poop and pee, that i had to clean up, into the litter box and showing them that’s where to go and they ARE NOT getting it. I’ve tried changing the location of the box the depth of litter. Please help me I am at my wits end with this. I rent and I cannot having them going everywhere!
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • I’m worried about my cat. I think she may she struggling with going to the bathroom?

    Her cat litter box is down in the basement. It’s always been there and it’s always clean. She would just walk downstairs and go, but now she’s acting weird. She’ll cry over and over and stand at the top of the stairs staring at me. I usher her to go downstairs and she does a little but it’s like I have to walk down... show more
    Her cat litter box is down in the basement. It’s always been there and it’s always clean. She would just walk downstairs and go, but now she’s acting weird. She’ll cry over and over and stand at the top of the stairs staring at me. I usher her to go downstairs and she does a little but it’s like I have to walk down the stairs with her. I know she has to go to the bathroom whenever she does this because once we get down there she goes. Does anyone understand why she’s doing this? She has also peed in my bed two times in the past week. I’m not sure if she can’t get down stairs but she doesn’t have a problem getting around normally. She’s playful and jumps around still. She’s been alive for about 7-8 years, so maybe she’s getting old? I’m not sure.
    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why is my cat so aggressive?

    (Reposting this because everyone just called me a bad pet owner and called me names for some reason last time ((if you intend to be mean then don’t comment por favor I’m too sensitive for that))) We got her when she was around a week old, a local cat had her in my neighbors yard. We would always see my neighbors... show more
    (Reposting this because everyone just called me a bad pet owner and called me names for some reason last time ((if you intend to be mean then don’t comment por favor I’m too sensitive for that))) We got her when she was around a week old, a local cat had her in my neighbors yard. We would always see my neighbors daughter hurt the kitten by throwing her up in the air and letting her fall to the ground. So my sister and I went over there one night and took her and we raised her. She was never abused at our house, we’ve had cats our whole life and my entire family loves animals to death. We’ve done nothing but show her love and now she’s about two years old and she’s had kittens of her own, she attacks her own kittens if they get too close and she attacks our legs if we walk too close to her. If she’s laying on the couch and we start petting her she’ll attack our hand, just a second ago my little brother went and tried to give her a kiss on her head and she attacked his face and left him bleeding. I’m assuming the abuse and being taken away from her mother as a kitten made her so aggressive but I’m not sure. (Also they’re all spayed) Any advice?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • My cat has become aggressive again. is she rabid?

    she was an affectionate cat a few days ago and all of a sudden she is acting like a wild animal. so i was petting her and pricking her nose gently with a needle (animal acupuncture) and then she suddenly flipped out, cried like somebody was killing her and scratched my face. it hurt like ****. so i put her outside... show more
    she was an affectionate cat a few days ago and all of a sudden she is acting like a wild animal. so i was petting her and pricking her nose gently with a needle (animal acupuncture) and then she suddenly flipped out, cried like somebody was killing her and scratched my face. it hurt like ****. so i put her outside the house to let her calm down. thoughts???
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • If my male cat s heart failed during mini-surgery for removing testicles, could he have a paiful death (while still under the anesthesia)?

    My male cat is 11, unneutered, and only now has started vocalizing in the night. I am very afraid to castrate him now, I love him so much and I don t want to lose him because of a surgery that I would plan. :( he is too old to be doing this surgery now and his heart might not resist the anesthesia.
    My male cat is 11, unneutered, and only now has started vocalizing in the night. I am very afraid to castrate him now, I love him so much and I don t want to lose him because of a surgery that I would plan. :( he is too old to be doing this surgery now and his heart might not resist the anesthesia.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is my cat ripping open his litter box liner?

    I have a fairly large cat (part mane coon) and so bought him an xl litter box with xl plastic liner bags. The liners don’t fit perfectly and have some folds and air bubbles when I first place them however, i use enough litter to weigh the bag down and make it flat. Anyway, my cat has been pushing all of his litter... show more
    I have a fairly large cat (part mane coon) and so bought him an xl litter box with xl plastic liner bags. The liners don’t fit perfectly and have some folds and air bubbles when I first place them however, i use enough litter to weigh the bag down and make it flat. Anyway, my cat has been pushing all of his litter to one side of the box and even when there’s no litter left on the other side he continues to scratch at the liner ripping tears in it until a large hole eventually forms. I even saw him standing outside of the box reaching into it to scratch at the empty liner. I’m not sure why he’s doing this so I’m wondering if any other cat owners out there have an explanation or any suggestions as to what I can do to make him stop. Also I’d prefer to keep the liners as they make cleaning the box much easier.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Kittens gender?

    I just found two feral kittens and I’ve gotten them pretty good with people but they are still funny about being picked up and stuff so I can’t just lift up their tails. Are there any other ways to tell a male from a female kitten? Like face shape and attitude? Does size have anything to do with it because one is... show more
    I just found two feral kittens and I’ve gotten them pretty good with people but they are still funny about being picked up and stuff so I can’t just lift up their tails. Are there any other ways to tell a male from a female kitten? Like face shape and attitude? Does size have anything to do with it because one is smaller then the other so I’ve been calling her a girl and the bigger one I call a boy? Oh and they are around 8 weeks old
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is my cat exotic?

    Is my cat exotic?

    Best answer: No. It's just a typical cat with a pissed-off look.
    Best answer: No. It's just a typical cat with a pissed-off look.
    14 answers · 7 days ago