CAT INFORMATION & RESOURCE SECTION
Animal Friends for more info about cats and links to additional pet-related resources.
MAIN PAGE Includes:
Shelter History & Mission
Programs & Volunteer Info
Animals Available for Adoption
LINKS PAGE Includes:
Animal Shelters & Directories
Pet Loss & Grieving Resources
Pet Health & Veterinary Medicine
General Pet Care Links
Pet Therapy & Humane Education
Unique & Unusual Pet Pages
CAT LINKS PAGE Provides:
Extensive Cat-Specific Resources: General Care
New Cat in the Family
Behavior & Training
Organizations & Publications
Collections of Cat Resources
Other (Pictures, Humor, etc.)
Do you know someone who needs to be convinced that
DECLAWING CATS is NOT a good idea?
THE DECLAWING RESOURCE SECTION provides insights into this highly controversial subject:
the procedure (onychectomy),
surgical and non-surgical alternatives,
selecting or building scratching posts that cats will use.
Worried about plants and your cat?
PLANTS TOXIC TO CATS
provides extensive information including an annotated listing of:
Sites providing info about potentially harmful plants
Listings organized by both "common" (English) and Latin names;
Descriptions of symptoms caused by contact or ingestion;
Pictures and descriptions of plants.
Do-It-Yourself CAT TREE includes a materials list, plans, and step-by-step
instructions for building a cat tree. Adapted and reformatted from instructions originally appearing in the June/July 1994 issue of PETA's ANIMAL TIMES including modifications provided by Cat's Haven.
Not into DO-IT-YOURSELF
projects?? Check this alternative:
Natural Scratch For Natural Cats
This is a solid white cedar scratching post system that features an interactive string toy, kitty treats, catnip, and a seven-page training booklet.
The post stands 24" high and uses a 14" square base -- this provides stability so that your cat won't have the awful experience of digging in and then having the post fall over!! The white cedar provides the tactile sensations preferred by cats you're not training your kitty to scratch on the carpets!!
PLUS Ted Schaar
Declawing Resource Section
provides additional information on: training your cat, trimming nails, and building scratching posts or cat trees.
What can do about abandoned, homeless cats? YOU
Feral Cat Information Page
A mby's F eral C at I nformation P age contains links to resources on:
socialization of feral cats
Cindy's Free Cat Graphics
selected because of its resemblance
to our adopted
feline, MacKenzie (). formerly feral, now friendly
Read any good books lately??
The Wild Road by Gabriel King Here's a terrific book... curl up with a cat (or three) and read this
generous excerpt )
...but be forewarned: after you read the prologue and the first chapter you
will be hooked!! Order the book from Amazon.com (
Tag, the tabby cat, finds himself on another perilous journey in this engaging fairy-tale followup to Don't miss the outstanding SEQUEL:
The Golden Cat by Gabriel King .
The Wild Road
Also available from Amazon.com (
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