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Here you’ll find the paw-sibilities are endless furr cat lovers who want paw-some content that is relevant and meaningful. We paw-sitively hope our blog leaves you feline great!

 

How Often Should a Cat Have a Health Check?

The frequency of feline health checks depends on various factors. But age is the most prominent. The health needs of kittens differ from those of adult cats and are different from senior cats'. Apart from age, other factors like breed and sex could influence how often...

How to stimulate your bored indoor cat

Our kitty cat pets bring us endless entertainment. Just watching them groom themselves while they configure themselves into Cirque du Soleil positions can provide gobs of fun. Indeed, there’s a reason that “cats” is one of the most searched for terms on social media...

Club Cat turns 3 in human years, 28 in cat years 🙀

It is hard to believe that Club Cat opened its doors exactly 3 years ago on March 1, 2019. Truth be told, it seems like a lot longer. Perhaps that’s because we opened 12 months before the pandemic struck and changed how we interact, work, and  breathe. Perhaps it’s...

Is my cat open to a new cat sibling?

One of the most endearing aspects of working in a cat hotel is watching our customers expand their kitty cat families. We especially love it when our customers decide to adopt a new kitty from a shelter 😻 But there is a potential downside to all the excitement. Much...

Neglected cats and dogs need your support!

Guest Post by Allison Morgan We all know how much proper love and care can change an animal’s life. However, there are many pets out there who haven’t received that care. Neglected and abandoned pets need our help in order to recover and receive the love they deserve....

Yes, your indoor-only cat CAN get fleas!

On a daily basis, the team at Club Cat hears prospective customers say, “My cat isn’t on a flea med because she’s indoor only.” This is usually in response to our stringent policy that all kitty cat guests be on a flea treatment that lasts throughout their stay....

Allergic to cats? You can still be a sneeze-free cat parent!

You’re allergic to cats you say? When you’re around them your eyes get red and puffy, your nose starts running, and you begin to sneeze incessantly? I’ve heard this tale of woe before. When I was a little girl, we adopted a kitten. I got to pick her from the litter....

5 Tips for Inexperienced Cat Owners

Cat people are different from dog people, and they usually recognize these differences. Every so often, you’ll be that person that loves them both equally, but that’s not usually the way it plays out. If you’re a new cat owner or are thinking about getting or adopting...

I became my own Club Cat Customer

I love engaging with a new Club Cat customer. Why? Because the questions they have about boarding their cats reminds me of why I built Club Cat. Will my kitties think they are being abandoned? Are they going to receive care and attention throughout the day? Are the...

How to Satisfy a Cat’s Natural Instincts

Cats have a reputation of being fussy, picky, and sometimes downright mystical. Cat behaviors that lead people to such opinions are often due to their instincts. Your cat could pee in the potted plant and ignore her litter box when it is less than 10 feet away! He...
I became my own Club Cat Customer

I became my own Club Cat Customer

I love engaging with a new Club Cat customer. Why? Because the questions they have about boarding their cats reminds me of why I built Club Cat. Will my kitties think they are being abandoned? Are they going to receive care and attention throughout the day? Are the...

How to Satisfy a Cat’s Natural Instincts

How to Satisfy a Cat’s Natural Instincts

Cats have a reputation of being fussy, picky, and sometimes downright mystical. Cat behaviors that lead people to such opinions are often due to their instincts. Your cat could pee in the potted plant and ignore her litter box when it is less than 10 feet away! He...