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Seasonal Cat Info

It is always important for you to be aware of what each season holds in store for your kitty.

It is your responsibility to make the necessary effort to assure that your kitty is safe at any time of the year.

Sometimes we get so busy with our own lives, especially around the holidays, that we easily forget to take precautions to make sure that you, your guests, and your pets are safe and everybody can enjoy the holidays... and every day of the year, too!


ASPCA's Animal Poison Control Center (888) 426-4435

Sharing The Seasons With Your Cat

Spring has sprung! Although you will enjoy welcoming this new season of warmth, don't forget about the hazards to your cats that may come with this season. With just a little foresight and prevention, you can go a long way in having an enjoyable springtime for your whole family. Click on "Spring" button to find out more!

Glorious summer, and it's time for fun in the sun! Just like you, your pets have a lot of the same needs, and hydration is one of the most important. When the weather heats up, heatstroke and dehydration can happen more frequently. Here are some warm weather tips to keep you and your cats feeling great in the good ol' summertime! Click on "Summer" button to find out more.

Fall...that wonderful time of year brings on the crisp air and colorful leaves. Dogs love to romp in the leaves, and cats look for those midday sunbeams for a cozy snooze. The days get shorter and the nights get colder, so here are some tips to keeping your pet healthy and enjoying autumn to the fullest. Click on "Autumn" button to find out more!'s cold and you know that wintertime has arrived! Does your pet love the winter wonderland or would it prefer to cuddle up on the couch under a cozy blanket? Well, either way, you should be prepared to protect your pets. Here are some tips to help you - click on the "Winter" button to find out more.​