Tag Archives: Reducing Cat Stress

Aloha For Me… Alone Time for Her

By Daniel Quagliozzi All of us deserve a vacation once and a while. Just some time to get away and go somewhere else, without a care in the world. But, as a cat guardian, it’s often very hard to step … Continue reading

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I Love You, But Please Be Quiet!

Though cats communicate mostly by body language, some cats “talk” more than others. This is could be genetic (some breeds, such as the Siamese, are especially prone to this) and partly a learned behavior. It’s even been said that cats … Continue reading

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In or Out? How to make up your mind

When people think of the ultimate living situation for a cat, several ideal scenarios may come to mind. Some may think that keeping their cat(s) indoors is safer, while others do not want to take away the quality of life … Continue reading

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Senior Moments: Caring for your elderly cat

By Daniel Quagliozzi After yet another visit to the veterinarian with my 18 year old cat; Matilda, I decided it may be a good time to address what it’s like to care for a senior cat. You may remember Matilda … Continue reading

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Fospice Program Gives Cats a Second Chance

YO! In keeping with Barbara Kohn’s 3 -part series about the SF/SPCA on http://www.examiner.com/ we are pleased to link you to a really great article about our FOSPICE Program. “Yo is one cat that knows what he likes. That would … Continue reading

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