Hello, my name is Catherine. I have long loved animals and have had several of my own over the years. Sadly, I saw two of my cats suffer with feline cancer, one of my dogs had arthritis, and, of course, we faced the usual calamities and injuries pets often face. However, I have had to navigate this on a relatively restricted budget, and through the years, I have gotten quite proficient at that. I work at a library and love doing research on pets and veterinary care as well as a range of other topics. I also love to write so decided to put my info in a blog. Please, explore and enjoy!
8 August 2017
If your adopted cat is getting older, you might notice a decrease in their ability to take care of themselves effectively in the grooming department. The good news is, pet groomers are available to take care of even the most basic grooming needs of your cat. Here are four grooming issues your older cat might have that a pet groomer can help with. Smelly Cats and Prevention If your cat has dental issues or sores in their mouth, they might not be as on top of cleaning as they once were.