If you started feeding your cats via foraging toys from a young age or if your cats are extremely motivated to acquire carbs you may find they are difficult to challenge. If your cats are like mine they can get food out of virtually anything you give them. I refer to these guys as “master […]
Cats take great comfort in the safety and security that a cardboard box can offer. As a species that is both predator and prey they like to feel protected and “have their back.”
As a predator, boxes provide a great ambush opportunity for pouncing on unsuspecting friends!
Many senior and geriatric cats have a difficult time navigating the deep sinking, sandy material we know as cat litter. When little hips and knees do not work so well one can only imagine how challenging it can be to navigate quicksand every time you eliminate. Think about that for a minute. How many 80 […]
This is part two in a series about litter boxes where my goal is to change the human perception that litter boxes have to be gross, smelly and unsightly. They do not have to be. In this post we will explore different types of litter to offer your cat, how often you should be cleaning […]
This series is an attempt to change the perception of the litter box. It does not have to be gross, smelly and something you hide. Instead, be proud of how clean you keep your cat litter box. Would you want to go to the bathroom out in the garage in inclement weather? I bet not! […]
I am excited to share my latest homemade foraging toy! I have constructed a stationary food puzzle out of an Ikea chair! That is right, you heard me correctly, an Ikea chair! There is no limit to what you can use to make cool, interesting and engaging food puzzles. Check out the instructions below […]