Do You Wonder What Your Cat Is Up To Outside The House? You Should.

Do you wonder what your cat does when he or she goes outside the house? Of course I’m talking about indoor/outdoor cats of which there are still many millions in America where cats or often kept indoors permanently. In Europe … please continue reading

New Zealand’s Conservation Minister Suggests Two Cats Per Household

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In what appears to be an off-the-cuff remark, Maggie Barry, New Zealand’s conservation Minister suggested that households should be restricted to a maximum of two cats.  She claims that an excessive cat population in New Zealand was endangering the famous, … please continue reading

Minimizing Risks for the Outdoor Cat

For the cat allowed to go into the exciting outdoors, there are many dangers and there are ways to minimize them. Here are some suggestions. Train your cat to come when called. The thought of this might put some people … please continue reading

Curious about your cat’s outdoor behavior? The Cat Tracker Project may solve many mysteries

If you have an adventurous indoor-outdoor kitty who passionately enjoys his or her daily alfresco explorations, I will bet my bottom dollar that from time to time you may become curious about in which areas your cat hangs out and … please continue reading

My Extraordinary Relationship with a Stray Black Cat

I think stray cats are generally misunderstood felines, often confused with ferals. And while stray cats can often be mysterious, I think of them as kitties that need extra special care. Since most cats will instantly weave their way into … please continue reading

Cats: Leash Laws, Licenses, Regulated Feeding Outside, Government Funded TNR

To regulate, through laws, cat ownership or not. That is the question. View Larger Map This is a radical change in policy on how cat owners should keep cats. Whereas in most places there is little or no regulation in … please continue reading