Do You Know How to Protect Your Cat on Thanksgiving?

Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks for all the good things in your life. Like you, our kitties are one of the things we're the most grateful for. They bring joy and love into our lives and you can't even imagine life without them.

Unfortunately, Thanksgiving and other holidays can be a stressful or even dangerous time for your cat. There's a ton of unfamiliar activity that can feel threatening and a lot of food your kitty make be tempted by that can be poisonous to her.

Check out the video below to see what you can do to make sure your furbaby doesn't get hurt this holiday season. 

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Keep Your Kitty Safe This Thanksgiving

Download the infographic below and keep a copy on your phone, tablet, or computer as a quick reference. 

Cats and Thanksgiving Infographic


Take a Look at This Article

Over at Cat Behavior Associates, Pam Johnson-Bennett has put together a really nice Thanksgiving safety checklist. Click here to see it.

Whether your pet makes a non-stop attempt to get food or is just easily stressed by the large number of visitors in the home, the best solution may be to set him up in a sanctuary room where no visitors will enter.

Pam Johnson-Bennett
Cat Behavior Associates

Happy Thanksgiving!

Now you have the information you need to make sure that both you and your cat can enjoy Thanksgiving and feel confident that everything is going to be ok. 

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I have loved & lived with cats for nearly all of my life. When we adopted Gremlin, who is a Seal Point Applehead, I just fell in love with the Siamese. This site is here to help spread the word about & share in the love of this delightful breed. 

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