Fleas are tiny bugs that move around by jumping from place to place. They can leap onto the coat of your cat, making her skin itchy and sore. Though cats are known to self-groom fastidiously, they won’t always be able to remove these pesky creatures by themselves. That’s where you come in as a helpful… Continue reading How to Help Remove Fleas on Your Cat
Cats have beautiful, haunting eyes that allow them to clearly see in the dark. But when your cat’s eyes appear red, swollen, or something gooey is keeping them shut, there is definitely something wrong. More importantly, something must be done to help your cat because the eye problem may lead to irreparable consequences. As a… Continue reading How to Deal with Cat Eye Problems
Most people think cats detest water, avoiding liquid substances or bodies of water at all costs. But the truth of the matter is that not all cats feel the same way. Depending on your cat’s upbringing and early experiences with water, she may or may not like being directly in contact with it. In this… Continue reading The Truth about Cats and Water
The short answer: It is not recommended. The long answer: Also known as bean curd, tofu is a processed dish made of condensed soy milk that has been pressed into a solid white block. It contains protein, carbs, fiber, and fat, as well as nutrients manganese, calcium, and selenium. Though tofu contains protein, it is… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Tofu?
The short answer: Yes, but in moderation. The long answer: Nectarines are sweet and tasty fruits packed with beta-carotene, vitamin C, potassium, lutein, and fiber. These vitamins and nutrients will aid in your dog’s skeletal health, eye health, and tissue health. Nectarines are similar to peaches minus the fuzzy exterior. As such, you can offer… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Nectarines?
The short answer: Yes, but in moderation. The long answer: Tangerines are orange-coloured citrus fruits, which consist of hybrids of mandarin orange. They are similar to oranges, but are smaller and less rounded. They also appear more reddish orange than yellowish orange. Tangerines are high in water, consisting mostly of carbohydrates. These sweet-tasting fruits are… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Tangerines?
The short answer: No, Clean & Clear is not entirely cruelty free. The long answer: Clean & Clear is a brand known for producing dermatologist-approved skin care products. It is manufactured and distributed by the American consumer goods and pharmaceutical company, Johnson & Johnson. On their official website, they answer the question: Do you test… Continue reading Is Clean & Clear Cruelty Free?
The short answer: No, Pond’s is not entirely cruelty free. The long answer: Pond’s is an American brand that began selling its infamous cream in 1846. The wonder product was invented by pharmacist Theron T. Pond. In 1987, British-Dutch company Unilever acquired Pond’s from Chesebrough Manufacturing Company. It is now sold alongside skin care lines… Continue reading Is Pond’s Cruelty Free?
The short answer: No, Max Factor is not cruelty free. The long answer: Max Factor is a cosmetics brand from Coty, Inc. It was founded by Polish beautician Maksymilian Faktorowicz in 1909 as Max Factor & Company. By 1991, it was purchased by American multinational consumer goods corporation Procter & Gamble. In 2016, Coty Inc.… Continue reading Is Max Factor Cruelty Free?
The short answer: Yes and no. The long answer: Chicken bones may be eaten by your pet cat, but only if these bones are served raw. Cooked chicken bones are brittle and may become sharp, fragmented pieces once your cat munches on them. When consumed, these jagged parts may pose as choking hazards or injure… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Chicken Bones?
The short answer: It depends. The long answer: Cats are obligate carnivores, so their diet must consist mainly of animal-derived meat in order to stay healthy. They can enjoy snacking on certain vegetables occasionally, as long as these are prepared properly. Gary Richter, DVM tells Rover, “Pet owners can always try to give vegetables to… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Vegetables?
The short answer: Yes, but in moderation. The long answer: Carrots don’t just add crunch and texture to your cat’s meal. They are excellent sources of vitamin K1, B6, potassium, fiber, and beta carotene. Beta carotene is linked to multiple health benefits such as maintaining skin and eye health, helping slow down cognitive decline, and… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Carrots?