In too many communities, shelters are overwhelmed with cats and kittens. Some are the result of accidental litters, while others lost their homes due to behavior problems their owners didn’t know how to resolve. Still others are feral or community cats with little chance at adoption.
From litter box issues to cat-on-cat aggression, most common behavior problems can be solved by making your cat feel safe, secure and stimulated.
Far from a simple nail trim, declawing a cat involves the removal of the last joint on each toe—that’s 10 separate amputations just for the front paws!
Speak up for the Pet and Women Safety (PAWS) Act to create stronger protections for the human and animal victims of domestic violence.