Cat Fancier’s Association
A comprehensive resource for pedigree cats, breeders, cat shows and the most current information in the world of purebred cats. Even if your cat is not a “show cat” you will still find this website informative.
TICA (The International Cat Association
TICA is the largest registry of domestic and pedigreed cats in the world. They also host cat shows throughout the world, including some right here in our own backyard. Interested in an obscure breed of cat? Check out their show schedule!
Feline Nutrition and Wellness
Creating a Weight Reduction Plan for Cats
Creating a Weight loss plan for cats by Ernie Ward DVM and Krista Williams DVM. This approach caters to consumption of food and not necessarily which type of food you use.
Ernie Ward, DVM, CVFT (veterinary food therapist) has spent his career blending healthy lifestyles and medicine. He is internationally known for improving veterinary medical standards, creating a higher quality of life for animals, and promoting healthier habits for pets and people.
Natural Nutrition for CatsNatural Nutrition for Cats: The Path to Purr-fect Health by Kymythy Schultze
Kymythy’s wildly popular species-appropriate diet for cats has already improved the lives of literally thousands of feline friends and is endorsed by veterinarians worldwide. In this newly updated easy-to-understand work, Kymythy exposes the pitfalls of the pet-food industry and shares her extensive knowledge of proper nutrition so your cat can live a long, healthy, and happy life. This book is a must-read for all cat-lovers!
An excellent source for raw food diets for cats. Provides comprehensive information on how diet relates to common ailments in the modern day cat, such as diabetes, obesity and kidney disease.
Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats by Richard H. Pitcairn
Our favorite book on cat care. Easy to understand, written with a no-nonsense approach and uses holistic alternatives to many cat health problems. Great resource for cat care. Every cat owner should have this book!
A safe and enjoyable outdoor cat enclosure for any cat.
Soft Paws were developed by a veterinarian. This amazing product effectively covers the claws so no damage occurs when your cat scratches and is a healthy alternative to declawing.
Tired of Scooping Cat Litter? We highly recommend the Litter Robot! In addition to saving time and mess scooping litter you will likely save money as we have on cat litter by having less waste.
Animals have emotions too - they feel fear, anger, jealousy, and depression just like us. The Bach Flower Remedies are able to help our animals when they have negative emotions just as they help us when we are emotionally out of balance. Unfortunately, we are not able to ask our pet why it acts depressed, but we do know if it misses a friend or gets overly excited around new people.
Feline Behavior and Human Bonding
From the Cat’s Point of View by Gwen Bohnenkamp
This book answers nearly every question the new cat owner could have gives the experienced cat owner a look at life from the other side of the scratching post.
Animals as Guides for the Soul by Susan Chernak McElroy
You need to read this book! It will open your mind to an entirely new way of thinking about animals.
Feline Aging, Hospice Care and Pet Loss
Complete Care for Your Aging Cat by Amy D. Shojai
Filled with heartwarming stories, the latest developments in geriatric veterinary care, age-defying tips and comprehensive reference material, this is the definitive guide to turning back the clock on aging.
Spirits in Transition, Hospice Care and End of Life Options for Our Animal Companions
Supporting a dying animal is an art that can be learned, and benefits greatly from preparing ahead of time, before the actual hospice situation arises.
Saying Goodbye to Your Angel Animals, Finding Comfort After Losing Your Pet, by Allen and Linda Anderson
This book offers consolation to those who must deal with the underestimated depth of grief that accompanies a pet’s death or disappearance from home.
Blessing the Bridge by Rita M. Reynolds
A must read for anyone grieving the loss of their pet.