Paws CatOSphere is Cat-Centric
Why Paws CatOSphere & Why it’s important?
Paws Catosphere for Cat Lovers is cat-centric, a one-stop place to get your big dose of cat on vacation, on the road, and at home.
Our focus is on cat facts (why cats do what they do, and why they are our soulmates), cat-themed vacations and events (they change by the day), and our new series on grieving the loss of your cat. Believe me, it is okay to mourn them, and I think of my beloved Traditional Siamese who I lost in 2020 almost every day.
While our blog has evolved over the past ten years (what hasn’t) our focus is on my passion – cats.
BJ, also known as Paws, wants to share her cat knowledge and expertise with you. Having lived with cats for over 30 years, she has a wealth of knowledge about felines. She is an award-winning author and writer, having been published in national magazines.
Frequently Asked Cat Questions About Cats
Yes, your cat loves you, unconditionally. They do not judge you by how you look or how much money you have. But, you need to treat them well to keep their trust.
Cats are creatures of habit. They are most active at dusk and dawn, though we might not always see it that way. That’s what they call crepuscular because they’re most active during the hours of dawn and dusk (also known as low light hours) Try to play with your cat before bedtime so they will sleep and give you a good night’s rest.
The Ernest Hemingway Museum in Key West, FL attracts thousands to see the descendants of his polydactyl Maine Coon Cats. The Feline Cat Museum in Alliance, Ohio is also high on the list.
Observe your cat. Are they eating, drinking, and using their litter box? Are they moving a bit slower? The best way to know if your cat is sick is by noticing changes in their behavior. Then, be sure to make an appointment with your veterinarian to have your kitty checked out.
Cats are not just cats, they are members of your family. It’s okay to mourn the loss of your beloved friend.