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Celebrate the Black Cats

Celebrate the Black Cats

By Kathy McChesney, board member I sit here now admiring the beauty of my latest “rescue” cat. Panther is one of our favorite cats, and he is solid black. Three of our cats are black, and they are all beautiful, delightful family members. K…
The Rabies Vaccine for Cats: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The Rabies Vaccine for Cats: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

By Beth Dokolasa September 28 is World Rabies Day, serving as an important reminder that although rabies is 100% fatal, it is also 100% preventable through proper administration of the rabies vaccine. What is Rabies? Rabies is a viral di…
How to Cope with the Loss of Your Cat

How to Cope with the Loss of Your Cat

By Desiree Argentina, CCS foster and adopter The death of your cat can be one of the most devastating losses you will ever face. It can be just as difficult or even more so than the loss of a human family member. The loss of your beloved cat c…
Decoding Cat Body Language

Decoding Cat Body Language

By Beth Dokolasa Understanding a cat’s body language is vital for cat owners and enthusiasts to establish a strong bond and communicate effectively with their feline companions. By deciphering the subtle non-verbal communication cues provided …
Starting Over After Losing Your Cat

Starting Over After Losing Your Cat

By Linda Brandon, advisory board member I am often saddened when people who have lost a beloved pet cat say they cannot bear the pain of adopting a new cat or kitten. It seems they are missing the joy of giving a new cat a home. It is possible…
5 Essential Tips for Introducing Children and Cats

5 Essential Tips for Introducing Children and Cats

By Beth Dokolasa Children and cats have the potential to become purrfect companions. Cats can teach children valuable life lessons about responsibility, empathy and respecting boundaries. Likewise, a child can become another trusted human for …