It’s not uncommon for cats to get infected with a variety of intestinal parasites throughout their life. These parasites are known as worms, and your cat can catch them anywhere. Most often, this happens through contact with infected eggs or feces. Cats can step in the feces and ingest them while grooming themselves, or, if… Read More
Author: Ana Markovic
Ana is a frequent contributor at Cat Life Daily. She comes from a sunny and warm region of central Serbia, but now she lives a little up north in the city of Novi Sad. Ana is passionate about helping pet owners provide their four-legged friends with the care and attention they need to be able to lead healthy lives. She had two cats named Ceca and Lunja while she was growing up, together with a parrot named Kica. Ana has been writing about pet-related topics, advice, and trends since 2016.
When adopting a pet, we feel like we are getting a new family member, and naturally, we want to do anything we can to make them feel comfortable and happy in their new home. If you own a cat, ensuring them a proper place for potty time is essential to make them feel content and… Read More