I see so many posts on here. Where people with cats sometimes a new cat and something a cat they have had for years where they ask a question that shows just how misunderstood cats are and how little they know about cats.
Does this concern anyone else?
Don’t understand the judgemental look I got from a passing neighbour just now when I opened the front door to let the cat out. All I said was “Bye Darling I love you, don’t go near the road and come home safe to Mummy” 🤷♀️
Hi, this is my first kitten and I'm constantly anxious over every little thing. He potentially has ringworm from his seller and now I'm noticing this in his ears. Any help would be great thanks :)
(Also picture of the little guy as tax for the help)
Lately she has just been lounging around the house, laying on her side for HOURS and doesn’t move around much, she is a very hyper cat normally but she’s been very still and calm lately, don’t know if it’s normal, it feels like having a completely different cat, cuteness still the same tho 😽
Cat Picture Thought this was such a cute photo of him smelling my candle till I realized his eye brow was singed 😂 don’t worry is eyebrow has since recovered
Advice Is this a hairball? He’s my first cat so I’m a little new at this and he threw this up this morning. I also noticed some white pieces so I was wondering if it was undigested rice from his chicken and rice canned food or something else? His most recent deworming was on the 26th of January.
Me and my ex gf had adopted our Artemis when we were together, I had moved back to my parents after we mutually broke it off and she was sweet enough to let me take our cat back home where I live in a suburban area, less main roads and safer.
I take him up so she can babysit him when I’m in town. I was wondering if I’m doing more harm than help leaving him with his human mom for a couple days?
Like, why's it licking the tap that we get water from... What am I meant to drink now?!
I love my cats, Thor and Loki, but they keep me in constant stress. They're constantly loud, always following me everywhere; can't do anything on their own. They get lots of attention and cuddles but it's never enough. I can't take a bath or make myself food without endless screaming. They wake me up daily, don't let me sleep, destroy my home, answer back or sulk when I tell them no.
I've tried to ignore them, implore discipline, etc, but nothing works. They drain me every day and refuse to listen unless I shout.
They're family, so I'd never get rid of them, but I'm looking for advice on turning this situation around. I have physical and mental health issues and am starting to resent them. They're well looked after, fed, plenty of toys.
How do I teach them to gain some independence and stop endlessly caterwauling? Both boys are fixed. Vets have given them a diagnosis of perfect health. They're just naughty, needy, and selfish.
Found a stray male who immediately bonded with me, gave him some food and water, alongside a little cleaning. I took him for a 5-day stray hold at local humane society just to be sure nobody was looking for him.
I know that it is pretty standard to get cats and dogs fixed, but I just want to ask, do I really need this young guy neutered? He is estimated to be between 1 and 2 years old, and he's quite friendly and mellow.
If when we get him back he continues to live with 0 other pets and exclusively in doors, is there any real need to get him neutered? Like, I have heard that territorial spraying can become a problem, but this usually occurs when other pets are in the house, right? I just worry that after the neutering he might be resentful.
Stray cat but really really affectionate wondering what breed he is
When you think he might cuddle up to you for the first time, quickly make sure you have drinks/food on hand, visit the loo, have your phone near and prepare to stay in place for the foreseeable future.
I currently need all of the above, but cannot move a muscle because he is curled up with me.
I just recently got a cat from the animal shelter, and I’ve noticed one of his eyes is different-looking. There’s a white wedge underneath that sometimes appears, and there’s a blue haze. If anyone knows what this is, please let me know. I plan on taking him to the vet soon.
Hello y’all my cats are sick right now after they came back from her cat sitter for only a week. He started peeing on my pillows and pooping in a corner and he knows where the litter box is. The other cat has been mouth breathing and sneezing. Does anyone know anything that could help? Like medicine or treatments we can afford a vet visit? We’re quarantining them in a cat patio until then but yea :( any help is appreciated!