You've heard of car insurance, health insurance, house insurance, the list goes on and on. Not to mention those boring insurance ads on TV! In all seriousness though, insurance is a sound investment for many people in many situations because it covers you financially when serious trouble strikes in your life. What you many not realise is that this can also apply to owning pets. Pet insurance is definitely not for everyone however, here are some things you may need to know before you make the decision.
Kittens are cute and adorable just sitting by themselves, but it's not really feasible to keep them in an isolated bubble. As a member of your family they will have to interact with you and your family on a daily basis. They may also encounter your friends, relatives, other animals, and various environmental stimuli that come with living with humans as well as from nature (such as music, car travel, vacuum cleaners, storms). In order to raise a happy, well-adjusted kitty it is important to help your kitten become accustomed to these and other situations.
We often forget just how similar our pet's emotions can be to our own. Sure you've seen them happy, hungry, seeking attention, and you can probably appreciate your pet actually feels these in a genuine, measurable way. But have you ever thought that your pet may be depressed? Here are some signs to look for and some things you can do to help your beloved companion.
Does your cat meow all the time? Sometimes it's obvious what message your cat's trying to convey - food, wanting to go outside, etc. - but at other times it can be baffling. You may even be convinced that your cat just meows to annoy you, or for no reason whatsoever. Meowing is not quite as simple as you may think, however. Read on to learn more!