Blog

Catology

How To Prevent Whisker Fatigue

How To Prevent Whisker Fatigue

Aug 27 2017 0 Comments

What is whisker fatigue? As described by Petguide.com, at the tip of all cat whiskers are proprioceptors, a sensory organ that sends signals to the animal’s nervous system and brain. These tiny organs are so sensitive that they detect vibrations in the air and help a cat navigate around its world, essentially helping them see. Because cat whiskers are this highly sensitive, the theory is that when they constantly rub up against the side of a food bowl, a kitty may become fatigued or stressed. This can result in a number of issues and odd behaviors that include: shifting food...

Read More

National Black Cat Day: Why You Should Own A Black Cat

National Black Cat Day: Why You Should Own A Black Cat

Aug 17 2017 0 Comments

Because of superstitious beliefs in some countries, black cats are looked at as bad luck, often feared, and sadly are more likely to be euthanized. Black Cat Appreciation Day was launched to raise awareness about black cats. As an owner of a black cat i know first hand how special and loving black cats can be.      1. Black Cats Live Longer Science isn't really sure why, but black cats live longer than cats of different colors. It is believed that they have a stronger immune system due to the melanin in their fur. While some black cats are black because of...

Read More

Page 1 of 4
.additional-checkout-buttons { display: none; }