05/05/2020You did it. You took the leap and decided to adopt a cat! Congratulations, your life will never be the same; in the best possible way.
04/08/2020The novel coronavirus is still a mystery, with both scientists and pet parents unsure of the most recent news. Basepaws Head of R&D, along with our science and veterinary team, provide this detailed overview of the family of coronaviruses and how they affect pets, in hopes to add solid research to the chatter.
04/01/2020This week we will be learning good habits to help track the overall health of our cats and how to keep your cat healthy. By learning what is normal for your cat you will be able to identify when something is abnormal.
03/30/2020Our cat's DNA make-up matters. All the information required for the functioning of every little bit of your cat's body is written in the genes. Luckily, with Basepaws, discovering your cat's genetic background, ancestry and health predispositions have now become a lot easier and less expensive than ever.
03/29/2020As we look at the news today, the Coronavirus Disease, commonly called COVID-19, is dominating the headlines. This virus, which likely originated in bats, has been able to spread to people and thrive, spreading to almost all countries around the world.
03/25/2020According to ancient feline DNA analysis, domestic cats are likely descended from the African wildcat (lat. Felis silvestris lybica) several thousand years ago. However, selective cat breeding only appeared over the last 50 years, which in evolutionary terms is a very short time for robust genetically different sub-populations within an animal species to form.
03/11/2020March is Poison Prevention Month and Basepaws wants to make sure you have as much information as possible to keep your cats out of harm’s way.
We have recently had the pleasure of talking to the fur-parent Brandy about her lovely Basepaws cat Lillie. Lillie was a beautiful, loving kitty who sadly passed away last November at the age […]
02/24/2020One of the most important health decisions you’ll make for your cat is to spay or neuter them. But why should you? Because it’s the right thing to do for their health. And for your community. But mostly for their health.
02/20/2020We're Celebrating National Love Your Pet Day!