Author Archives: Debby Jackson
Author Archives: Debby Jackson
Have you ever experienced finding little bits of cat litter all over your house? If so, you’re not alone.
Cat litter tracking is one of the most significant problems cat owners face, including yours truly. Yes, it's not a life-threatening issue, but it's still quite annoying and frustrating.
The good news is that I found quick and easy ways on how you can stop your cat from tracking cat litter all over your home to keep it clean and smelling nice.
In this post, I'll be sharing with you six ways how I keep my cats from tracking litter at home, and the five best non-tracking cat litter I've tried and tested.
Automatic cat feeders are a must for any cat owner. They help make sure that your cat gets fed on time, every time, even if you're not at home.
In this post, we share with you the benefits of owning an automatic cat feeder, how to choose right cat feeder, and even give you our top picks for the best automatic cat feeders for 2018.
As a cat owner, one of the most helpful grooming techniques to learn is how to get mats out of cat fur. It not only helps keep your cat looking cute but also help protect them from skin irritation coming from fleas and skin parasites.
Mats are clumps of hair that form when loose hair gets tangled onto the rest of your cat’s fur. Although matted cat fur is commonly found in long-hair cat breeds, short-haired cats can also develop mats in their coats.
The reason mats develop is that cats naturally shed their dead outer fur to make room for newer hair to grow. However, poor grooming, excessive stress, and health issues like allergies, bacterial infection, and ringworm can cause your cat to shed their fur more than average.
Shaving off your cat's fur is the most common--and most drastic--way how to get mats out of cat fur. The downside of this is that shaving can be quite painful since it's easy to nick their skin in the process, causing more harm than good.
In this post, I'll be teaching you how to remove mats from cat fur without having to shave your cat's coat thoroughly.
A futon mattress is an excellent piece of furniture to have in every home, especially if you live in a small living space like an apartment. You can use it as a couch during the day and a bed at night, so you get to save on space and money.
Over time, however, your futon mattress can get dirty and stained, especially if you have pets or little children. That is why you need to clean your futon mattress on a regular basis.
Sounds like a huge task to do? Not at all!
In this article, I will be teaching you how to clean a futon mattress step by step.
Ready? Let’s get started!
A couple of days ago, I got a hysterical call from my friend about her cat. She nearly blew my ear off when she practically screamed this question over the phone: “why does my cat poop on my bed?”
Sounds far-fetched? Overly dramatic? Not really.
In fact, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, at least 10% of cats experience some form of elimination problems. These can range from peeing on clothes to pooping on your bed and other places in the house.
Common as it may be, it can still be a frustrating and extremely annoying situation. I remember how I nearly flipped when
my cat did the same thing on my bed.
That’s why in this article, I will be sharing with you the different reasons why your cat would decide to make your bed into a soft toilet as well as some tips to help you deal with this.