top of page

Best Possible Life

A healthy cat is a happy cat and the cat living in our home is dependent upon us for everything it needs to be happy and healthy. Most of us don't really know what those needs are and that's because most conventional wisdom about cats is wrong.

We're happy that we found you.

That's why we created Happy Cats Wellness--to gather the essential information from the most reliable sources and make it easy to find. Take a couple of minutes to become familiar with the Happy Cats 4 pillars for a happy, healthy cat.

The 4 pillars of a happy, healthy life

  • A strong emotional bond that makes your cat feel loved and protected

  • Regular wellness exams with your veterinarian

  • A healthcare advocate in partnership with your veterinarian

  • A cat friendly home that provides essential resources for normal behavior

A loving bond of trust is essential for a healthy, happy cat.

An essential requirement for your cat’s health and happiness is regular and predictable, loving interaction with you. This is the only way to build the all-important bond of trust. Learn more by selecting Bond of Trust from the menu at the top of this page.

Your cat should be examined by a veterinarian at least every 6 months.

Cats are expert at hiding signs of stress, pain, or sickness, and as their primary health-care advocate, we must provide for regular wellness exams. This proactive approach provides the opportunity for early illness detection and intervention. Learn more by selecting Wellness Exams from the menu at the top of this page.

Your are your cat's primary health-care advocate.

You know your cat better than anyone and your veterinarian needs to know what you know. Become a partner with the veterinarian in caring for your cat. The vet will appreciate it, the cat will benefit from it, and you will feel better for it. Learn more by selecting Health Care Advocate from the menu bar at the top of this page.

Indoor cats depend on us to provide all the resources they need. When cats live in our homes, they rely on us for the basic resources they need to practice their natural behaviors and to socialize in ways that make them comfortable. When these essential needs are not met, behavior problems will almost always result, and behavior problems can lead to medical problems. Learn more by selecting Happy Cat Home from the menu at the top of this page.

bottom of page