In these cat podcasts, learn everything there is to know about cats on Cattitude with your hosts Michelle Fern & Tom Dock.. In this cat podcast, each week we’ll spotlight a cool cat breed, give up-to-date advice on cat health, and check out new cat products! So curl up on the couch every week for a purrr-fectly enjoyable time on Cattitude... on Pet Life Radio.
Cattitude - Episode 145 Why Cats Are A**holes... But In A Good Way!
Michelle Fern welcomes, stand-up comic and author Liz Miele. As the daughter of two veterinarians, Liz pulls from the knowledge she has gleaned off of them as well as her experiences as servant to her own cat Pasta to cover cat behavior from all angles, and it’s all just as insightful as it is funny. From cat history all the way back to ancient Egypt to exploring the cat psyche to try and understand why they do the things they do, “Why Cats Are A**holes” is your ultimate and very fun guide to better understanding your pet’s behavior and how we, as their loyal servants, can deal with a furry roommate who always seems to be plotting disruption. Maybe even murder.
Cattitude - Episode 144 Cat People Pounces Onto Netflix July 7th!
Michelle Fern chats cats with Glen Zipper, Executive Producer of the new docuseries, Cat People, premiering on Netflix July 7th! Cat People explores our fascinating relationship with cats through the lens of some of the most remarkable and surprising "cat people" in the world. The series is a companion to the Netflix series, Dogs, which returns to explore the powerful bond between humanity and dogs in four new intimate, heartwarming episodes
Cattitude - Episode 143 Senior Tails
In honor of Adopt a Shelter Cat Month this month, the ASPCA® and ARM & HAMMER™ Feline Generous kicked off a giveaway celebrating senior shelter cats and all the reasons why they are purrfect catpanions and 100% lovable! Join Michelle Fern with this week's guests, certified cat behavior consultant, Pam Johnson-Bennett, and the ASPCA's Strategic Cause Partnership director, Rebecca Frommer to learn more about their Senior Tails contest as well as general advice on why senior shelter cats make wonderful pets, and tips to transition them home successfully!
Cattitude - Episode 142 Boss Cat
This week Michelle Fern chats with Basel Nassar, founder of Boss Cat Brand about gut health, nutrition and Boss Cat® Brand Freeze Dried Raw Diet. Boss Cat® Brand Freeze Dried Raw Diet is an easy way to provide your pet optimal nutrition with the added benefits of probiotics. Offering certain raw food products provides pets the foundation for a diet that resembles one akin to their diet in the wild. Boss Cat® Brand Freeze Dried Raw Diet is easy to serve as a complete meal, or can be used as a snack, topper or mixer with your pet’s other foods.
Cattitude - Episode 141 Diabetes Is On The Rise Among Cats
Diabetes is rising faster in pets than in humans, with more than half a million cats and dogs diagnosed with diabetes each year. This week Dr. Dana Varble, NAVC Chief Veterinary Officer, joins Michelle Fern and offers information for pet parents and veterinarians to recognize the most common signs of diabetes and treatment options.
Cattitude - Episode 140 The Catmaste Chronicles
This week Michelle Fern travels across the pond again to the U.K. to visit with Michelle Adams, founder of Chatty Cats Care cat sitting service in London, and host of The Catmaste Chronicles Podcast. The Catmaste Chronicles is about well-being and how our beloved pets have contributed to our mental and physical wellness.
You should listen to this pod! It is so good!!!!!!!!!
This is great!
I don’t see how anyone could be mean to this host. Her voice is fine and the show gives me so much information that helps me know how take care of cats!
Losing my friend & getting a new one
Well my Kimmie passed two weeks ago from cancer.
I chose to have her cremated and then to have the ashes given to me. I don’t know why but I felt like allowing the company to spread her ashes wasn’t satisfying enough. And I didn’t want to bury her in some random place. If I have the ashes in my house will my next cat be able to sense it? Like pick up on the fact that it’s the ashes of another cat? If so where would be the safest place for me to store them?
I didn’t realize how much I needed her companionship.
I want to get a new cat from the same shelter that I got her from. I have a better idea of what type of cat I prefer but I don’t want to be too hasty with my selection.
How do I go about properly selecting the one for me while still trying to deal with the loss?