"Cats are like potato chips - you can never have just one!"
Someone just told me this. I thought it was cute and for her, it was actually quite true. The woman who said this had just adopted her fifth cat. She found him by the roadside and took him in.
Once you have one adorable kitty, it is very easy to get a second, a third and even a fourth or even fifth.
Based on national averages, the American household has 1.4 dogs and 2.1 cats. So most people have 1 dog and 2 cats. (See, it IS hard to have just one!)
Have you ever wondered about the pros and cons between owning dogs vs. cats? If so, this is a great article. Go to: Dog vs. Cats - which is right for you?
How many cats are too many? People ask me this all the time. To learn the answer to this common question, here is a good article. Go to: How Many Cats Are Too Many?
What should you do if you find a cat? This article will tell you. Go to: The Cat Chose Me ... So Now What Do I Do?
Or better yet, How to Turn a Stray Cat Into a Pet
"Should I get another cat?" Maybe you are asking yourself this question right now. I have the perfect article for you. Go to: Should I Get Another Cat?
If you do have lots of cats, make sure that you have plenty of litter boxes. The rule of thumb is one litter box for every cat, plus one. So, if you have 3 cats, ideally you should have 4 litter boxes to give your cats every opportunity to use the litter box (not the floor) and to minimize behavioral problems.