Category Archives: Updates

Planning for Disasters with Your Cat – New Page Added

UPDATE!! Cats the Boss has added a New Page:

Planning for Disasters to Protect Your Cat

Whether natural, man-made or accidental…disasters and emergencies DO happen. Be prepared with an action plan to protect your cat or to have someone take over the care of your cat if you cannot.

What to do with Cats when going on Vacation? New Page

UPDATE: New Page added to Cats The Boss!

What to do with Cat while on Vacation?

Vacations, travelling, and leaving home for whatever reason, forces cat owners to choose how their cats will be taken care of while the owner is gone.

Listed are three main options, with pros and cons to consider before making a decision for your fur baby’s care!

What do you do with Kitty when you take a trip?

I’d like to hear feedback on what YOU do with your cat when you travel or take a trip. I’ll write an article for this site with those comments and suggestions from readers and helpful tips from authorities on this subject…fairly soon.

Currently I’m (Gina that is, not Jessie Cat 🙂 lol) in a writing challenge for the month of August. I’m a paranormal thriller, urban fantasy, young adult author. That’s a mouthful, isn’t it?! Super-duper busy typing my fingers off and trying to keep my brain from exploding! Feel free to check out my author site: http://www.ginamarielong.com

Jessie says: Rub the kitty! (you know that is her special saying, her catch-phrase!!)

That is all. ~~~~Gina and Jessie Cat~~~~

 

 

Introducing New Cat to Present Cat-New Page

UPDATE! New page added to Cats The Boss:

Introducing a New Cat to your Existing Cat

The best way to create harmony between your new cat and your existing cat is to choose a new cat that best suits your lifestyle, household and the personality of the current cat. If possible…

Be sure to follow the link to read the entire article!

Cutting Cat’s Claws-New Page Added

UPDATE! New Page added at Cats The Boss!

Trimming Cat Claws – Helpful advice on getting kitty’s toenails manicured (or is it pedicured?)! Tips, tools, timing, photos. Check it out!

Jessie Cat says: “I have my nails done once a month. Thankfully it only takes a few minutes…no pain and afterwards I get a total body rub-down. Ahhh…”

Gina says: “The first few months were not fun. I attempted cutting her nails as she lounged on the bed. She kept pulling her paw away and moved around and generally I had no hold on her, no control over her feet. I remember spending 45 minutes trying to get her nails cut! Ugh! After struggling those early months, I decided to try something different and cradle her in my left arm, all four legs sticking (more or less) straight out from her body. I cautiously but quickly snip all her nails, making sure she’s secure in my arms. It’s not very comfortable for me, but she’s not fighting me, so we get the job done!”

Read the whole page: Trimming Cat Claws