Cat Litter: Fresh Step with Gain Litter Type: Clumping Clay Price: $$ Rating: 4.5/5 Summary: If you're looking for a great clumping clay litter that works well at covering up icky cat litter box smells, this new Fresh Step with Gain scent is pretty darn good (one of the best I've ever tried actually!) This litter also is fairly affordable and doesn't stick to the edges of … [Read more...] about Fresh Step with Gain Cat Litter Review
If you've never owned a cat before, something you may not think about is the fact that one of the most popular and widely used types of cat litter (clumping clay) has the tendency to be very dusty. This can be extremely irritating and even aggravating to people with asthma or other respiratory conditions. While many alternative litter types exist that aren't of the clay … [Read more...] about Best Dust-Free Cat Litter (Clumping Clay)
Cat Litter: Tidy Cats 24/7 Litter Type: Clay (clumping) Price: $$ Rating: 4/5 Summary: This litter is a great pick if you're looking for a clay based, low-dust option (it's virtually dust-free). It also is fairly low tracking, covers up smells, and not super expensive. It doesn't clump quite as well as other brands, but that seems to be the trade-off you pay with low dust … [Read more...] about Tidy Cats 24/7 Clumping Litter Review
If you like to grow your own herbs at home, or you're curious what seasonings are appropriate for home-made cat food, you may find yourself asking can cats eat dill weed? After all, there are many spices and herbs that are unsafe for cat consumption, so you can never be too careful when it comes to your fur babies. Is dill toxic to cats? No, dill is not a poisonous plant … [Read more...] about Can Cats Eat Dill Weed? Is it Safe?
I am guilty of using ranch dressing as a dip for lots of foods, so on occasion, I'll have some extra that gets left out on a plate, where my cats can easily access. My cats are typically very disinterested in human food, but ranch is one of the exceptions. After walking in on my cats chowing down on more than just a little bit of dressing (that I stupidly left out) it really … [Read more...] about Can Cats Eat Ranch Dressing?