I’ll never forget the day that I met my first cat. I was walking home from school, minding my own business when a scrawny little kitten darted out from an alley and started following me. I tried to shoo him away, but he was determined to stay by my side. Eventually, I gave up and just let him tag along. We walked for miles that day, and by the time we got back to my family’s home, I knew that I had found a friend for life.
That was the day that I fell in love with cats.
Since then, my life has revolved around cats. I’ve fostered dozens of kittens and even opened my home to a few permanent fur-balls. My friends always joke that they can’t tell if I love cats more than people – and to be honest, sometimes I’m not sure either.
But one thing is certain: nothing in the world brings me more joy than spending time with my feline friends.
Now, I can’t imagine my life without them. Cats have such personality and charm. They make me laugh, comfort me when I’m sad and are always there for a cuddle.
Now, I find myself owning and operating a blog about cats. It’s a dream come true, and I’m so grateful to be able to share my love of cats with the world.
I hope you enjoy reading my blog as much as I enjoy writing it. Cats Guide has been a great way to connect with other cat lovers worldwide and share our passion for these amazing creatures.
Product Review Process
I take reviewing cat products very seriously. For starters, I only test products that are actually made for cats! Then, I round up a few of my cats and let them loose. I like to observe their reaction to the product and see how well they take to it.
If they’re not interested, it gets sent back to the manufacturer. But if they like it, I give it a thorough review, looking at everything from design to durability. And of course, I always consider the all-important factor of price. In the end, I only recommend products that I would buy for my cats – which means you can be sure that any product I recommend is worth your time (and money).
Our Collaborator Team
Marlena Wislawa is an expert in cat nutrition and breeds. She was born in Poland and has always loved cats. When she was a child, she often took in stray cats and cared for them. She later went on to study animal science at university and then worked as a veterinary assistant for many years.
During this time, she developed a keen interest in feline nutrition and began to specialize in this area. She has written several articles on cat care and nutrition, and she frequently gives lectures on the subject. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and cats and reading, knitting, and gardening.
Sibéal Friederike is an expert in cat behavior from Dublin, Ireland. She has always been an animal lover, and she has had cats as part of her family since she was a child. After studying animal behavior and training at the Dublin Zoo, she decided to focus her work on helping people to understand their feline friends better.
In addition to writing books and articles on cat behavior, she also offers consultations and workshops to cat owners who want to learn more about creating a harmonious home for themselves and their pets. Her work has been featured in major publications such as The New York Times, and she is widely respected as one of the world’s leading experts on cat behavior. When she’s not busy writing or working with cats, Sibéal enjoys spending time with her own two felines, Mietje and Jan.
Arleen Scout is an expert in cat behavior, breeds, and nutrition. She is originally from New York, where she grew up surrounded by cats. This sparked her interest in their behavior, and she soon began studying cat breeds and nutrition. After years of research, Arleen has become an expert in the field and now shares her knowledge through writing.
She has also written for major publications such as The Huffington Post and USA Today. Arleen is also a sought-after speaker on cat care, and she has been featured in several major publications. When she’s not busy sharing her knowledge with the world, Arleen enjoys spending time with her cats, Sherlock and Watson.