How does being raised as an only kitten impact the behavior it develops as an adult cat? Molly and Dewey discuss the behavior issues that can appear in adult solo kittens, what you can do to prevent solo kitten syndrome, and what to do if you are already experiencing behavior issues related to this.
Is your cat all of a sudden no sleeping as much as it used to? Is Kitty more active and assertive with your other cats? Have a young cat and want to know what's "normal"? Cats reach social maturity between 2-4 years of age.
Yes. Your cat is very likely bored. Find out why, and what you can do to liven up kitty's life in this episode.
A listener asked Molly to share stories about her work; interesting cats and people she's met, new things she's learned, strangest things she's seen, funniest cat case, etc. There's a little bit of something in this episode for everyone!
Psychotherapist and Attachment Expert, Dr. Anabelle Bugatti, talks with Molly about her tried and true methods of bonding with traumatized cats.
What causes cats to be aggressive and what can you do to help them be more calm? Molly and Dewey discuss the six main causes of aggression and some tips for dealing with it.
Color Therapy is an alternative healing method using colors to change the physical or emotional well being of people.
I had the pleasure of chatting with Diane Pomerance about animal souls, afterlife and reincarnation. No matter what your belief, I think you'll find this podcast an interesting listen.
Administering medication to cats can be a very unpleasant experience for cat and owner alike. In this episode Molly and Dewey talk about how to condition your cat to the experience so it becomes a pleasant one.
My remarkable guest, Coleen Ellis, and I chatted about ways to make your pets' end of life an experience, rather than just an event. Coleen is full of inspiring ideas sure to motivate you to take action at your next pets passing.