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Looking for the purr-fect pun to put on your friend’s birthday card? As cat lovers, we often love to sprinkle our feline passion into everyday interactions. One way some of us like to do this is by using the occasional cat pun. If you’ve got a silly sense of humor, cat puns and cat jokes can be a great way to make your friends laugh and share your love for cats with others as well.

We’ll share some of the best ways you can use cat puns for any occasion and give you the top 80 cat puns and jokes on the internet, so you can purr-use your favorites. To find your next paw-some cat pun, read on!

If you have cats, you know how important it is to keep your cats safe. This is especially the case if your cats are allowed outside at all. Having the ability to know where your cats are is important in case your cat becomes hurt, sick, or lost out in the world.

Luckily, modern technology makes keeping track of your cat easier than ever. You can easily track your cat’s location using a cat GPS tracker tag. There are lots of these tags out there, though, so you’ll have to choose which one is the best choice for you and your cat.

To save you some time, we’ve compiled a list of the best cat trackers on the market for you below. To learn more about these tracker tags, read on.

We’ve all heard the trope about crazy cat ladies, but at what point do you really become one yourself? Cats are wonderful, sweet, and affectionate creatures, but you can (unfortunately) have too much of just about anything.

If you’ve already got a few cats and are wondering how many more you can reasonably add to your family, this article is for you. Below, we’ll talk a bit more about the various factors that determine how many cats can reasonably live safely and happily together.

Lots of us who are cat parents also love being plant parents. Though, sometimes I feel like keeping my cat alive is somehow much easier than keeping my plants alive. The good news is that I’ve been able to find some plants that are easy to care for while also being safe for my kitties!

Having houseplants can bring a lot of benefits to your home, but they can also cause some serious issues if you get the wrong ones. Not all house plants are cat-friendly, which means your kitty could get sick if it chews on a toxic plant you brought home from the store. Like with all your other non-human friends, you want everyone to live in harmony. That’s why you need to make sure you bring home cat friendly house plants when you come back from the store on payday!

Below, I’ll briefly go over 26 different species of house plants that are safe for cats (and dogs!). To learn more about these beautiful houseplants and how they can improve your home, read on!

Cat loss is one of the worst things we cat owners eventually must go through. We all love our cats as part of our own family, which makes it so much harder when it’s time for our precious kitty to pass on over the rainbow bridge. Handling this transition isn’t easy no matter how it happens, but there are some things to consider that may help ease your mind during these difficult times.

Recently, the vet told us that our sweet Siamese rescue cat has inoperable, intestinal cancer and has only a few more weeks to live. This shocking news has understandably devastated us. So what do we do now, and where do we go from here?

In trying to handle the next few weeks as strongly as possible, I came across some helpful information when it comes to handling the loss of your cat. Though it is tough now, I hope these reflections may be as helpful to you as they are for me and my family.

So you’re thinking of rehoming a cat? That’s a big decision – and there’s a lot to think about before you do it. In this blog post, I’ll walk you through everything you need to know before finding a new home for your feline friend.

I’ll cover things like the best ways to find a new home, how to prepare your cat for the move, and what to do after they’ve been rehomed as well. With luck, this post will help make the transition as smooth as possible for both you and your cat.

Fat cats have long been a source of humor for people, especially on the internet. However, seriously overweight cats aren’t always something to laugh at. Obesity in cats can cause significant health problems over time including an increased risk of cancer, bladder stones, and arthritis in addition to mobility issues. Obesity in the long run can result in a shorter life for your sweet kitty, which isn’t fair for either of you.

Luckily, there are things you can do to help your cat stay healthy, even if they are currently overweight. We’ll talk more about cat obesity, including some of the causes, symptoms, and treatments you should be aware of.

We’re often told that dogs are smarter than cats, but what if I told you that wasn’t true? In fact, there are actually many ways that cats are smarter than dogs, you just don’t always hear about them. If you’ve owned both cats and dogs before, you may have come to this realization sooner than you expected.

We’ll discuss 8 reasons why cats are smarter than dogs along with the scientific evidence to back it up. To learn more about why you should consider a cat instead of a dog, please continue reading!

We all love our cats and feel like they are a part of the family. But what happens when there is an influx of kitties in the area and rescue shelters become overwhelmed with an excess amount of cats? That’s where fostering comes in. Fostering cats can be a great way to help out your local community, save cat’s lives, and possibly even find your next fur-ever friend.

“Fostering cats is a process through which an individual or family takes responsibility for socializing and re-homing a cat or kitten until it is ready for adoption.” – The ShelterPetProject.org

Before you jump into fostering, there are a few things you should know. This fostering cats handbook will walk you through everything you need to get started, from finding a local rescue shelters to preparing your home for a foster cat to caring for your foster kitty and eventually finding them a forever home.

We all know that most cats hate water. After all, we’ve each had our fair share of struggles trying to give our cats a quick bath. But did you know that there are some breeds of cats who love water?

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