• Can I get my cat an abortion?

    to make a long story short, my cat ran away, and came home preggers. I can’t afford to feed all these cats, i’m just trying to do the best I can. can I get my cat an abortion?
    to make a long story short, my cat ran away, and came home preggers. I can’t afford to feed all these cats, i’m just trying to do the best I can. can I get my cat an abortion?
    11 answers · 12 hours ago
  • My cat keeps trying to hide the kittens?

    My cat just gave birth and is trying to hide the kittens and we let her but she cut one of the premature "runt" kitten trying to hold it in her mouth and it died two hours ago. I need to let her do her thing with them but i'm terrified she's going to accidentally hurt another baby. She's not... show more
    My cat just gave birth and is trying to hide the kittens and we let her but she cut one of the premature "runt" kitten trying to hold it in her mouth and it died two hours ago. I need to let her do her thing with them but i'm terrified she's going to accidentally hurt another baby. She's not even feeding them she's hiding. She got pregnant young and doesn't seem that mature. what do i do?
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why does my cat sometimes run about the flat like a lunatic?

    Best answer: I've never owned a cat that didn't do this from time to time. They just are full of energy and play I guess. Half the time if one of the cats does this, it scares the heck out of the other and you will see puffed up tails.....ll
    Best answer: I've never owned a cat that didn't do this from time to time. They just are full of energy and play I guess. Half the time if one of the cats does this, it scares the heck out of the other and you will see puffed up tails.....ll
    15 answers · 3 days ago
  • How do warrior cats decide their names?

    Best answer: By meowing and hissing.
    Best answer: By meowing and hissing.
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Adopted 2 cats, one seems in real bad shape.?

    So, I adopted two cats. A long-hair and a siamese. At the adoption place, both seemed very cuddly and very happy. During the car ride home the long-hair was relaxed but the siamese was very stressed. We got home and the long-hair has been energetic and exploring around but the siamese has been struggling to even... show more
    So, I adopted two cats. A long-hair and a siamese. At the adoption place, both seemed very cuddly and very happy. During the car ride home the long-hair was relaxed but the siamese was very stressed. We got home and the long-hair has been energetic and exploring around but the siamese has been struggling to even move. She seemed healthy as ever when we first saw her but now she seems to be having trouble moving around and using her right foreleg. She has been laying down for a while, only moving every now and then without much progress. It s been over 2 hours since we first got home. Is there any idea what is wrong with her?
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is adopting cats to scare off rats considered animal cruelty?

    I want to get several cats for my house. I don't plan to keep them inside. My plan is to tave the cats to the vet for their shots at the vet. Bathe them from time to time, and obviously feed them. There was this lady who was giving away cats. I wanted to take all of the cats. But she asked me if I was going... show more
    I want to get several cats for my house. I don't plan to keep them inside. My plan is to tave the cats to the vet for their shots at the vet. Bathe them from time to time, and obviously feed them. There was this lady who was giving away cats. I wanted to take all of the cats. But she asked me if I was going to love them. I told her I would make sure they would be provided for. Then she asked me agan if I would love them. I told her I wanted to keep the cats happy enough with food, so they'll stay close to home, and scare off rats. Then the woman said it was animal cruelty to have cats and not love them, and refused to give me the cats. Is adopting cats to scare off rats considered animal cruelty?
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Keeping cats off my bed, I have no door.?

    I m currently living wit my dad, he got remarried and brought 4 cats and 2 kids in to the house. The kids got the rooms, I m skeeping where a pool table le used to be. I have NO DOORS The cats are asses, and I m also allergic to them. I was just woken up by one in my face and, once again, have to wash bed... show more
    I m currently living wit my dad, he got remarried and brought 4 cats and 2 kids in to the house. The kids got the rooms, I m skeeping where a pool table le used to be. I have NO DOORS The cats are asses, and I m also allergic to them. I was just woken up by one in my face and, once again, have to wash bed sheets. Is there anything I can do to keep them off of my bed?
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why does my cat pee outside of the litter box?

    I have two cats, each with their own box that gets cleaned everyday. One cat pees on one of my rugs a lot. But he also still pees in the litter box. What can be done or what am I doing wrong?
    I have two cats, each with their own box that gets cleaned everyday. One cat pees on one of my rugs a lot. But he also still pees in the litter box. What can be done or what am I doing wrong?
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • My cat gave birth yesterday and i think she has a baby still inside of her, there's a lump. I can't afford to go to the vet, what do i do?

    My cat gave birth yesterday then got distracted by the other crying kittens and i think she has a baby still inside of her, there's a lump, she was doing the same exact laboring like the other cats before then she stopped because of the other kittens.. I can't afford to go to the vet, what do i do?
    My cat gave birth yesterday then got distracted by the other crying kittens and i think she has a baby still inside of her, there's a lump, she was doing the same exact laboring like the other cats before then she stopped because of the other kittens.. I can't afford to go to the vet, what do i do?
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Cat refuses to chew dry food.?

    He has been swallowing his dry food whole for months and keeps throwing it up again. We went to the vets and he ending up having $1000 dental bill! Now his teeth are better yet he STILL continues to swallow his dry food whole. It has been a couple of months since the surgery and the vet said there has been enough... show more
    He has been swallowing his dry food whole for months and keeps throwing it up again. We went to the vets and he ending up having $1000 dental bill! Now his teeth are better yet he STILL continues to swallow his dry food whole. It has been a couple of months since the surgery and the vet said there has been enough time for recovery. He just refuses to chew his dry food and we can't keep giving him wet food as its bad for his teeth. We bought a special mat to prevent gorging, now he just swallows his biscuits whole one at a time.
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • Question about cats bringing animals in the house?

    Best answer: You can't stop what is a natural hunting instinct. However, you can make it difficult for the cats by fitting them with bells on collars, then the intended prey will hear them coming and have a chance of escaping. Cats rely on their "silent approach" method of hunting and a tinkling bell will ruin... show more
    Best answer: You can't stop what is a natural hunting instinct. However, you can make it difficult for the cats by fitting them with bells on collars, then the intended prey will hear them coming and have a chance of escaping. Cats rely on their "silent approach" method of hunting and a tinkling bell will ruin that technique. Do make sure the collar is elastic so they can escape if it gets caught up.

    The bringing their trophies home is actually part of the cat's instinct to take the prize to a place of safely before settling down to eat it, usually the bringing home is as far as it gets as the cat lose interest after it's done that bit though we all like to think they know we're hopeless hunters and are bringing us a contribution to help out.

    A long time ago we had a cat who was a fearsome hunter and would go off hunting on the moorland behind the house, often bringing home a neatly despatched rabbit. Mother would say "Thank you" and clean and prepare it, after which we'd have it for dinner.
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • How to stop my cat from being so aggressive?

    I have a kitten she’s about a year old now, I found her when she was a newborn and raised her. She is very living with me and my boyfriend but hates strangers. I’ve had cats who don’t like strangers and will run away and hide or hiss for others to not get near but she will just come up to people and attack them... show more
    I have a kitten she’s about a year old now, I found her when she was a newborn and raised her. She is very living with me and my boyfriend but hates strangers. I’ve had cats who don’t like strangers and will run away and hide or hiss for others to not get near but she will just come up to people and attack them with no warning. We can be sitting and she’ll run up and scratch, hiss, growl and even scratches me when I try to grab her. Or she’ll act cute and rub on you even LICK you and then just bite or scratch I have to lock her in the room when there’s guests and I feel so bad. Is there anything I can do to adjust her behavior toward strangers?
    6 answers · 15 hours ago
  • How can someone hate cats?

    My husband and I own 4. We've raised them to be sweet and loving. How can anyone hate cats? They're so cute.
    My husband and I own 4. We've raised them to be sweet and loving. How can anyone hate cats? They're so cute.
    24 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can I give my cat catnip before giving him a bath?

    He's really dirty but we've never succeeded in giving him a bath and I was wondering if giving him catnip would him calm him down so we can give him a bath
    He's really dirty but we've never succeeded in giving him a bath and I was wondering if giving him catnip would him calm him down so we can give him a bath
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • When my cat was a kitten she broke her leg, she’s 5 and limping again because our kitten chases her..?

    When my 5 year old cat was a baby she broke her leg, we took her to the vet where she was treated with a cast and has lived her whole life with no problems. Well we have a kitten who likes to chase her and she’s not used to so much activity and I recently noticed her bad leg, she is now limping on sometimes. Is... show more
    When my 5 year old cat was a baby she broke her leg, we took her to the vet where she was treated with a cast and has lived her whole life with no problems. Well we have a kitten who likes to chase her and she’s not used to so much activity and I recently noticed her bad leg, she is now limping on sometimes. Is this normal for a cat who had a break or should I get her to the vet?
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • How do I punish my cat for giving me a bad dream that she pooped on my bed?

    Best answer: dont punish her, she cant give you dreanns,
    Best answer: dont punish her, she cant give you dreanns,
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • I need help naming my twin cats?

    I’ve been trying to name my male identical marbled Savannah’s for a month or so now and im really struggling with it. I’ve come up with a million ideas, but the ones that have stuck are “nova and cosmo” and I think I like the name clover as well. However, I still feel like I can find something that sounds better... show more
    I’ve been trying to name my male identical marbled Savannah’s for a month or so now and im really struggling with it. I’ve come up with a million ideas, but the ones that have stuck are “nova and cosmo” and I think I like the name clover as well. However, I still feel like I can find something that sounds better because nothing I’ve found so far sounds quite right. I want names that represent iconic duos without sounding “dumb” or really nice sounding names that represent nature in some way or another, however I can always look at new ideas. I’d appreciate some help with this so desperately, I need to figure out their names soon so they can learn them.
    5 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Cat won’t stop peeing on things. Help!!!?

    I’ve had my cat for 11 years and recently he’s started peeing on stuff that’s on the floor. He started as a cat that was strictly outside and about five years later he moved from inside/outside to strictly inside. Up until three years ago he was an only cat and now we have three more. A female that we got three... show more
    I’ve had my cat for 11 years and recently he’s started peeing on stuff that’s on the floor. He started as a cat that was strictly outside and about five years later he moved from inside/outside to strictly inside. Up until three years ago he was an only cat and now we have three more. A female that we got three years ago and two brothers we got 9 months ago (they were kittens, one was neutered but the other was not). He gets along fine with the other cats occasionally snuggling with one of the kittens but anytime he finds something soft on the floor like dirty laundry or a plastic bag he’ll pee on it. He won’t pee on anything else just random things laying about. It’s not spraying because he’ll squat down and relieve himself. He mainly pees on the kids clothing. He doesn’t dislike the children they just annoy him from time to time so I don’t think he does it out of spite. Could his peeing be from anxiety or maybe he is used to being outside and marking his territory? We also have upright litter boxes that the dogs can’t get into so maybe he is having a hard time jumping up there? Are there any tactics I can use to keep him from peeing?
    6 answers · 2 days ago