The original Grumpy Cat recently passed. We found some other cats, with even more grumpy esque mugs. Plus, how to maintain your cat's teeth. When to see the Vet, or not. The general do's and don'ts of cat teeth.
A grieving cat daddy can't live without his dearly departed feline...so he makes another. Also, there is a rising popularity in massage for cats. Sounds challenging! Holly and Mark explain.
People were freaked out that their security cameras catch a mountain lion outside their doors, but not really! Yes, cats can get acne too...who knew?!
TNR = Trap neuter, return. It's the best way to curb the kitten birth explosion and new laws are helping with that task. Holly is the woman for the job! Also, the skinny on cat fights.
The movie version of the classic Andrew Lloyd Webber musical "Cats" coming out, starring Taylor Swift and many other Hollywood heavy hitters, this Christmas season, plus what plants are dangerous for your cat around the holidays and year-round.
Holly shares her stories of Catalina Island, off the coast in California, including a haven for cats. Also, to curb the high birth rates of kittens in the urban jungle, the babies are bottle-fed, prior to adoption. We explain the intricate process.
Almost extinct, these wildcats are making a return, with human assistance in Great Britain. Also, trap, neuter, return is the formula to cut down on the rampant feral cat population. Holly is an expert and she shares some stories from the streets, trap in hand.
We always hear about cats and their nine lives. Why cats? Where did that saying come from? Holly and Mark solve that mystery and explore "stud tail." Yes that's a thing and it's not what you would think!
This episode features a feel good story about a cat not expected to live, but then survives to nurse other kitties back to health. Also, all cat litter is not created equally. Holly digs deep with all of the details.
Many large metro area's have outlawed declawing, however New York is the first state to say, the claws stay. Also, it's not pleasant, but how to handle your cat's diarrhea. Home remedy or off to the Vet?