New year, new thoughts

Thinking about this blog lately and whether it’s what you, our readers, really want.

Of course, we’re all cat people here – but do you need advice on transitioning an outdoor cat into an indoor one? What to feed an elderly cat? What room temperature is best for kittens, elderly, middle-aged cats?

How can we share our experiences and knowledge amongst ourselves so that some of the more baffling moments of cat care have a solution?

How can we help?

Let us know!

2 thoughts on “New year, new thoughts

  1. nwtnfoodguide says:

    What do you do when your cat has a case of the crazies?

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    • twccoauthor says:

      Try to clear most of the glass breakables out of the cat’s path! Of course, if you have a kitten at the moment, you’ll already know you have to move or put away the same things you would for a human baby. Please be sure the kitten can’t get into furniture polish, cleansers under the sink, laundry detergent, etc. And absolutely no raisins or chocolate anywhere! Also, watch for strings or threads – even loose threads on the sofa cushions are fair game for a small cat – and if the little moggie chews it loose and swallows it, you’ll need to take it to the vet. A long string can get tangled in and around a cat’s ‘innards’ and wreak havoc. Other than trying to guard against potential harm, though, I’d say just laugh with your little mischief-maker. It’s really wanting your attention, after all. Get some video, if you can – when that kitten is a sedate lady cat or a dignified gentleman, you’ll enjoy watching its antics of long ago.

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