Danger of Clay Kitty Litter: Clumping Clay Kitty Litters: A Deadly Convenience?

“On the strength of these deductions, I immediately went out and bought a plant-based litter to replace the clumping litter. I also took several of the hard, clay-like lumps of stool produced by… Continue reading

2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,100 times in 2014.… Continue reading

Friendly Stray and Another Day

My first step was to contact the local rescue to begin the process of bringing this cat in to a roomier foster situation. She obviously craves attention. You only need to sit in… Continue reading

Friendly Stray’s Lucky Day

A very skittish stray cat showed up asking for food about a month ago or longer. So, we began putting out a portion for this one. The cat looked long-legged and thin. It… Continue reading

CDC Releases Information about Ebola and Pets

After one Ebola patient’s pet was put down in Spain for fear of spreading the disease, I’ve been watching the web for information about Ebola and cats. This article from Pet Health Network was… Continue reading

Feral Cat Day – 2014

I beautiful new poster from The Creative Cat tells the TNR story… the happiest ending. A donation from each sale will be made  to the Homeless Cat Management Team – see the link… Continue reading

She wasn’t being rude

I know that by now each posting I write has been about cats and my journey with my formerly feral bunch. But today I want to share a story about the difference that… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday #29 – Bad Weather


The Old Cat – Life in the Slow Lane

Here’s a blog post from SW Florida (yes, it can get pretty cold down here, too). It’s just a nice story about a lady feeding a stray cat and trying not to name… Continue reading

Scientist: Your Cat Thinks You Are A Big Stupid Cat « CBS Connecticut

I can agree with this. Cats haven’t been bred as purposefully as dogs and have largely not been bred for the same kind of personality traits as dogs…so, they bond with us as… Continue reading