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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!

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Taking Care of Your Senior Pet: 7 Tips for Their Golden Years

Obviously, every pet owner wants their four-legged friend to live a long and healthy life. Unfortunately, though, our beloved pets don’t live forever. Eventually, you’ll be caring for a senior pet and enjoying your animal companion’s golden years. This can be a...

A mobile veterinarian who goes the EXTRA, extra mile

If you live long enough, you figure out that not all human doctors are equal. Some are fantastic. Some are meh. And some are downright criminal (hence the growing number of podcasts like  Dr. Death). Why should animal doctors be any different? And yet, it seems they...

How to Protect Your Cat from Household Dangers

A cat’s curiosity can lead to numerous dangerous situations. As a pet parent, it’s crucial to prioritize your pet's safety and ensure they have an environment that's free from harm. With cat-proofing your home comes two goals: protecting your cat's well-being and...

Meet Club Cat’s first full-time manager!

Jessica first climbed on board at Club Cat in April of 2021 as a Caretaker. Anticipating Club Cat would experience explosive demand with everyone cooped up for the previous year, Shana, Club Cat's Founder & Chief Cat Officer had just expanded the Club Cat team....

Is pet insurance right for you and your cat?

If someone were to ask you how much your cat is worth, what would you say? You’d probably tell that person the truth. That your cat is invaluable to you. That she enhances your life in endless ways. So how could you put a dollar value on her? In theory, it’s virtually...

When you and your cat live 3,000 miles apart

Living away from your cat. It’s a horrifying thought isn’t it? As a helicopter cat parent and luxury cat hotel owner, the prospect of living without my cats for more than a week is unthinkable. From the moment I emerged from the womb, cats have been my best friends...

Why is My Cat Suddenly Aggressive?

If you’ve ever witnessed an aggressive cat, it can be equally bewildering and worrisome, if not frightening, depending on the size and age of the cat involved. One common form of aggression in felines is motivated by an unhealthy rapport with food. Because food is...

Cats Only at Cat Care Clinic!

When I first moved to Orange in 2004, a neighbor boasted about the Cat Care Clinic off of Lincoln and Tustin Ave.  A pet clinic that focused on cats only? Like a cat, my curiosity was piqued. I started taking my (now late) cat Bella there. Then, when we rescued...

Feeding Your Cat: Nutrition Feeding Guidelines

While humans and dogs are omnivores, felines are carnivores meaning they will require higher levels of protein in their diets and that their metabolism is very different. Indeed, cats will specifically eat vegetation, nonetheless, they are carnivores. The ingestion of...

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...
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...

Moving with pets

Moving with pets

Moving with pets is stressful. Add kids into the equation and that equals extra chaos. My husband, two kids, two cats, and a dog finally moved this past May. Our first house was supposed to be our “starter” house. Seventeen years later and we finally bought a new one....