December – A Busy Month for Cat Owners!
December is now officially – Cat Lover’s Month!
Tis’ the season for lots of happening things to take place in our homes. Here are 5 of the biggest Holiday Freak-outs for your Felines:
Decorations, Holiday Parties, boxes & wrappings, rich foods, and Being Left Alone or Being Boarded. The last one should be the first freak-out and you are at the right place to let us help you with Number 5, the Kitten Sittin’ website.
Are you giving yourself a Christmas gift of a cat or another cat into your home?
Adopting a new cat can be an exciting time for you and your family. And while you are experiencing all these great emotions and elation, your new furry friend can be experiencing the exact opposite. Bringing a new cat into your home can be a stressful time for your cat as they are not acclimated with the space. This stress can greatly increase if there are other animals in the home or even small children. The proper process of introducing your cat to your home can take time, but it can also take stress off the cat. Introducing two cats to each other in a new environment without consideration of their position in the home can create a CATastrophe. The following slideshow details how to introduce your cat to your home as well as to other pets and children. Cat Transitions Slideshow
December 15th is Cat Herders Day
Cat Herders’ Day was invented sometime in the last decade and is basically one of those cheeky holidays that you can celebrate however you want. The phrase is suitable for what it describes. And while cats are independent, solitary, and easily distracted, many humans also share these characteristics. So, you may well have to complete tasks that are in fact as difficult as herding cats.
This is a day for everyone who must face the frustration of trying to manage the unmanageable, anyone whose day to day life involves insurmountable tasks.