You want to give your cat the best care you can, and we want to help you do that! Our helpful links page lists some of the internet's best sources for cat care information. Whether you're looking for more insight into your cat's funny behaviors, their eating habits, what age-related diseases to look for, or something else, you can find the information here. Click below on any of the links that pique your interest, and as always, let us know if you have any questions!
General Cat Health
International Cat Care
For lots of great information and videos about cat care and handling, as well as medical and behavioral issues, International Care Care has the goods! They also run their Keeping Cats Safe Campaign, a blog that offers advice on cat safety both in and out of the house.
Indoor Pet Initiative
This Ohio State University Run website teaches how to keep cats happy and healthy indoors.
Kitten Lady is dedicated to kitten advocacy and humane education. It offers information on caring for kittens as well as ways to help orphaned kittens.
Cornell Feline Health Center
Cornell offers a great resource for information into general health care, infectious diseases, and medical disorders. They also offer memberships and a monthly newsletter for subscribers.
Winn Feline Foundation
This nonprofit organization supports research on feline-specific health issues and diseases.
Humane Society's Cats Page
The Humane Society offers plenty of info on cat health as well as their programs to help cats in need.
ASPCA Cat Care
ASPCA breaks down different sections of cat health including nutrition, grooming tips, common diseases, behavior, and more.
Cat Fancier's Association
For information on cat care as well as breeds, the Cat Fancier's Association has it all.
Association for Pet Obesity Prevention
Besides bringing awareness to the pet obesity problem, this site also offers tools for safe weight loss in cats.
Cat info offers in-depth information on cat nutrition and stresses the importance of diet in overall health.
Parasites and Poisons
Heartworms are dangerous for cats, too. The Heartworm Society works to spread awareness of this terrible disease to cat and dog owners alike.
Pet Poison Helpline
The Pet Poison Helpline lists a poison control number (855) 764-7661 in case your pet ingests something toxic, and there's also extensive resources on toxins, too.
Pet Insurance Review
Thinking about getting pet insurance for your cat? Pet Insurance Review offers in-depth information on different plans and policies to help you make an informed decision.
American Association of Feline Practitioners
The AAFP has resources for both vets and owners alike.
Texas A&M Veterinary School
Learn what it takes to be a vet from Texas A&M Veterinary School.
Did You Know?
It might surprise you to know that a cat’s brain is more biologically similar to ours than it is to a dog’s. Both of our brains have identical regions that are responsible for emotion.