Some cat owners have made peace with the never-ending strands of cat hair floating into every pot on the stove, creeping into every closed drawer, and strewn about the car they have never been in without a carrier. Others have decided to be more productive with this nuisance of an accessory, by giving it a purpose and turning it into a craft.
Reasons Why Your Cat May Be So Thirsty
An increase in thirst is quite a common thing for cat owners to mention during vet visits. Of course, it’s also common for them to miss the increased thirst, but bring up the other “end” of the issue… increased urinations.
Were you aware though that there are actually many potential causes of increased thirst and/or urinations in cats? These can include:
Many people don’t put collars on their cats, especially if those cats are exclusively indoors. Unfortunately, even “indoor-only” cats will occasionally get out.
Avoiding potential "hang-ups"
There’s little debate that identifying your cat — ideally with both a collar/tag and a microchip — is your best bet for getting your cat back should they ever become lost. (A possibility that’s sadly even more likely to happen with the upcoming fireworks on and around the 4th of July!) Read More