For a large percentage of the population, what makes them allergic to cats is because of a protein called FEL d 1 that is typically found in cat saliva. This allergen can be spread through a lick, a scratch, or even just flakes of skin that come off when a cat grooms itself and can be found around a cat owner’s home.
Have you ever seen the site, catsinsinks.com? It is really cute – it is only cats in sinks and if you keep clicking “Show me another cat in a sink!” – you will keep seeing photos of cats in sinks!
A happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful cat moms out there (and the human ones too).
Check out this awesome outdoor cat walk that Floppycats reader Margaret and her husband built for their Ragdoll cats.
Do you use a pet stroller? An impromptu discussion occurred on our Facebook page the other day about pet strollers, which made me want to put together this post.
A somewhat trendy phrase these days is “Crazy Cat Lady”. I hate the term. So, why do I dislike it? Well, let’s break it down.
Scratching is a natural routine for cats. Unfortunately, this scratching is at odds with most pet owners’ desire to protect their furniture…
Check out baby Molly as she spins Ragdoll cat, Huck, on a chair!
I am uber pumped to bring you this post because my first love was a Ragdoll cat named Halston and he was seal mitted with a blaze
Merry Christmas to all.