Book Recommendations About Persian Cats and Caring for Felines

Book RecommendationsBelow are a few books that we highly recommend for further information on Persian cats and their care. Click on the picture of the book and the link will open a new window on for the GENIUS By: Ramona D. Marek Are you a cat owner or are you thinking about becoming one? If cats have already cast … Read More

Bringing Home a New Persian Kitten

Bringing Home a New Persian KittenGetting a new cat or kitten is an exciting time. Here are some ideas to help you get prepared for your new Persian. Get Prepared To make the transition and adjustment easier and less stressful for your new Persian cat or Persian kitten, it is best to get prepared in advance. The following is a … Read More

Buying A Registered Persian Kitten

Buying A Registered Persian KittenFirst of all, expect to pay more for a registered Persian kitten than an unregistered purebred kitten. A pedigreed Persian kitten is an investment, so it is important to do your homework. When looking for a pedigreed Persian kitten seek out responsible cat breeders who offer (at a minimum): written health guarantee, age-appropriate vaccinations and wormings, … Read More

Canned Cat Food and Dry Cat Food?

Canned Cat Food and Dry Cat Food?It is my experience that feeding a small amount of canned food in the morning, sprinkling their daily supplement on it, and then letting the cat free-feed on the dry food during the day is what works best for our cats. I feel this is a reasonable approach as cats like to eat multiple … Read More

Capturing Your Persian In A Pretty Hand-Drawn Picture

Capturing Your Persian Cat in a Pretty Hand-Drawn PictureBy Guest Author: Lucy Fielding Whoever first decided to call a dog man’s best friend has obviously never owned a Persian cat.  Cats are, in fact, more popular in the USA than their canine counterparts, with more than 95.6 million cats living in households across the country as pets.  As loyal human companions … Read More

Cat Aggression

Cat Aggression© Adobe Stock Image For cats in the wild, aggression is a natural and healthy behavior. If cats were not aggressive creatures, they would have never survived in the wild. However, now that man has domesticated them, we no longer find their aggressive tendencies acceptable. According to feline behaviorists there are ten types of cat aggression. However, the cat … Read More

Cat Owners Have Rights

Cat Owners Have RightsYou, as a cat owner, have the right and responsibility to ask your veterinarian questions regarding the diagnosis, medical tests, treatment plan, and prognosis for your pet. When you are in the hospital, you ask the nurse what she is injecting into your IV or what pill she is giving you BEFORE it happens to make sure there … Read More

Cats and Cages

Cats and CagesMany cat breeder websites boast about being a “cageless” or “cage-free” cattery – inferring that they allow ALL their cats to run free in their entire home. Those breeders say their kittens are “raised underfoot” in their home. An impressive statement, but is it accurate? The terms “cageless” or “cage free” are misleading, and I believe that breeder … Read More

Cats and High Places

Cats and High PlacesAs many cat owners can attest, cats seem to prefer high places whether they are looking to take a nap, play or just hang out. While we may never really know the real reasons(s), here are my theories: The warmer air is located in the ceiling area of a room. Since cats prefer warm and cozy areas … Read More

Cats and Holiday Safety

Cats and Holiday SafetyIt is easy to forget that some of the common items we have in and around our homes during the holidays can be dangerous to our cats and dogs. Keep the following in mind:ChocolateChocolate is never good for a cat (or dog) to eat. However, dark chocolate is far more dangerous because of its high levels of … Read More