National Hug Your Cat Day an unofficial holiday for hugging your cat. #HugYourCatDay
National Hug Your Cat Day
This day is held annually on June 4th. Us cats love hugs from our hoomans! I am not sure how this day got started but … MEOW! Meaning It is a purrfectly good day! But really any Hug Your Cat Day should be everyday! Just saying!
Invasive Tick Detected in Tennessee – The Tennessee Department of Agriculture, United States Department of Agriculture – Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services, Tennessee Department of Health, and University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) today announced the detection of the invasive Asian longhorned tick in Tennessee. #AsianLonghornedTick
The Asian longhorned tick has now spread to 11 states. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that there is no evidence that the tick has transmitted pathogens to humans or animals in the U.S.
Crazy Cat Lady Birthday Cake – We saw this online, and knew we had to share this cake idea with our readers. Hoomans love birthday cakes for their birthday, so what kind of birthday cake do you give that crazy cat lady? Well here are some ideas!
300 Cats Rescued from a Single Toronto Apartment – yes three hundred as in a herd of cats.
I guess this was one of those crazy cat persons hoarding cats. Surprising the cats were in good health. Ironically, this was the second time in three weeks were over 100 cats where found in a single residence.
“It’s a terrible way for cats to live, if you know that someone has too many cats, it is best to report it sooner rather than later. Unsterilized cats breed prolifically, and with only a nine-week gestation, things get out of control very quickly. To make a report in the City of Toronto, call 311 and you will be directed to the appropriate department.”
6 signs your cat has fleas – Fleas are something no cat parent wants to encounter, but they’re all too common among companion animals. Unfortunately, once fleas are in the house, they can affect everyone in the household – including people.
The following six signs of flea infestations are not always apparent, especially when they aren’t in abundance, but they are something cat and even pet owners can watch out for.
1. Scratching, licking and biting: Fleas set up residence in hard-to-reach places, says PetMD. The head, neck and tail of a cat or dog are common areas where flea infestations occur. An animal that is consistently picking at these areas may have fleas.