This DIDN’T happen overnight. Here’s how it went down… Introduction from Liz: Many of us grew up with indoor-outdoor cats and dogs running around and found that these mixed families were fairly harmonious, or at least tolerant, as there was so much space for them to live virtually separate lives. But, it’s a whole different situation when we […]
This is an interview with Karil Kaylor about how her cat, Boomer, has had significant improvement since his initial sobering kidney failure diagnosis. Ever on the lookout for encouraging cat health stories we might learn from, and painfully aware of how common kidney failure is in cats, I was eager to let Karil share her story here. […]
This is a guest post by Liz Hardy, PhD, of Meow Cancer Clinic. (For even more on this topic, see this page and this other post.) Before my cat got cancer, I thought alternative treatments were only for the desperate, a last resort when all hope is lost. But then we got the diagnosis: “cat cancer,” and everything […]
One question I get a lot is “What should I feed my CKD cat?” (CKD stands for chronic kidney disease. It’s also called CRF, chronic renal disease.) Not having a definitive answer, I requested an interview with one of my favorite cat experts, the holistic vet, Dr. Jean Hofve. She provided some surprising and helpful answers! Dr. Jean, if you had a cat […]
Does your cat hate getting a chemical flea treatment? Do you worry about the safety of flea treatments? You are not alone. UPDATED MAY 2014
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Welcome, cat lover! My name is Liz and this blog is devoted to the health and happiness of cats and their delightful, creative, intelligent, busy humans. I'm a writer and holistic nutritionist who has always been inexplicably obsessed with felines. I seek to save cat lovers time and heartache and to celebrate our "soul cats."