Author Archive | Liz


Q&A: Ground bones in cat food + DIY mini-shelter for ferals

Hello feline friend!   I hope February finds you and your furry loves cozy and well. Our two cats have been putting up with me taking (even) more photos of them, as I’m working on a special painting and need their modeling skills. In this dispatch I’m answering a couple of reader questions. Q: On the Today’s Best […]

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Holiday dispatch: purr therapy, healthy cat news & a cool gift idea

Happy holiday season, cat lover!  I hope this message finds you and your furry family well! I have three cat-centered discoveries to share with you today. 1. Purr therapy: just in case your holidays aren’t always 100% happy… If your life is anything like mine (aka, you’re human), the holidays don’t look like a Christmas movie every […]

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Can we give the “disinterested, uncaring feline” stereotype a rest?

BEFORE I BECAME MORE KNOWLEDGABLE ABOUT CATS, as much as I loved them, I too would joke about their “fickle” shows of interest/disinterest in their humans. But, my perspective has changed and I would love to see our culture stop stereotyping cats as arrogant, disinterested, or having a “split personality.” Let me explain… (Of course, this […]

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Switching a diabetic cat to low carb? Read this first! Dangers to avoid + a story with a happy ending

  Pyewacket is a 15-year-old kitty who developed diabetes around age 10. This cute little tortie is doing fine now, but this wasn’t always the case. Her human, Rhiannon, wrote me to share a cautionary tale she thought other cat caretakers would benefit from. She was very generous to come forward and I agreed that we […]

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