While purring is the hallmark of a happy cat, it doesn’t always mean that your cat is simply content. Cats purr for many different reasons, including when they’re hungry or hurt. Here are 6 reasons your cat may purr.
We had the opportunity to speak with Kira Goldfarb, the founder of Cat on the Corner in Catskill, New York. She is also a professional cat sitter, and she has her own handmade pet accessory business called Kira’s Pet Shop. Goldfarb shares what it’s like to juggle three small businesses while working through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mia Sakai and her husband, Tim Hannifan, opened Ándale Market during the COVID-19 pandemic. The "curated bodega" in Chicago, Illinois, sells high-quality local and imported goods from minority and women-owned businesses.
Cats have a reputation for being independent and low-maintenance. But they benefit physically and mentally from playing with their owners every day. Here are six reasons you need to play with your cat regularly.