Announcement! June 2022
Is That Your Cat has been voted The Best Cat Behavior Advisory Platform 2022 in the USA, by LuxLife Magazine Reviews.
The Pet Products And Services Award recognises and rewards business owners in the pet services industry and to those advocating exceptional care for our most-loved furry companions!
Thank you LUXlife for the award.
We are dedicated to helping cats and their owners live together in harmony and to help you and your cat live a happy, stress-free life together.
My name is Rebecca Parker and I am the editor at Is That Your Cat.
I have always been a cat person. This was sometimes a challenge growing up in a dog-person family.
What Do We Do?
If you have landed here you will be looking for information about cats or answers to cat baffling behavior that keeps us on our toes. We all know, sometimes there are no answers for our feline friends behavior unlike our canine friends who are easier to read.
Why Do We Do It?
We answer tricky questions. If there is something that is not addressed you can send an email and we will get onto it right away.
We also review products and compare the pros and cons for you and even color choices. This will help you make decisions based on your own cats behavior, likes and dislikes or even stage of life. Our senior cats are living longer and do have different needs not only in a medical sense but also regarding diet and general day to day activity.
Until recently I was dealing with an aging cat who also had diabetes. I do not offer medical advice. My first inclination is always to say ‘visit the vet’, however I do have practical experience in caring for cats, even old cats with diabetes.
We do also encompass the fun side of owning a cat and think our gift buying guide is second to none. Maybe that is because they are all products we would personally love to own and indeed do have some of them.
Any advice on Is That Your Cat that is medical in nature is written by Ali Raza. Ali is a veterinarian and therefore qualified to write about medical conditions. Even with that being the case we always advise taking your cat to see a vet if there for medically related issues.
Many people, us included, will use the internet for research purposes. Our information is intended to help inform but ultimately it is a vet who will diagnose or offer advice for medical conditions.
Mainly we answer questions that are behavioral in nature and we have several writers who own cats or multiple cats and who have also rescued cats. They have a wealth and breadth of advice that only experience can bring.
A Question For You
Are you a typical cat person? Is there such a thing as a typical cat person? That would be an interesting discussion. How many cats do you have? Tell us about your cat.
Drop us a line if you have any questions or would like to know more about us. Enjoy browsing!