4 Addictive YouTube Channels for Cat Lovers
YouTube is a great place to watch videos for both entertainment and educational purposes. And we all know that cat videos on the internet are huge. But which YouTube channels are best for cat lovers? We’ve compiled a short list below to help you get started if you’re hoping to subscribe to some new channels that are focused on frisky felines.
Hannah Shaw, also known as Kitten Lady, is a pro when it comes to rescuing kittens in need and helping them find their forever homes. She is also a humane educator, and if you follow her Instagram account, you’ll see just how busy she is when it comes to attending events to teach others about the best ways to foster kittens. Her YouTube channel is chock full of videos showcasing her rescue efforts, and there are also videos of her commentary on a wide range of topics that affect foster parents, stray cats, and neonatal kittens. If you want to dive into rescue, or if you’re already a rescuer and you want to continue learning, definitely consider checking out her highly informative videos.
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Cole and Marmalade
Subscribe to the Cole and Marmalade YouTube channel to follow these two adorable kitties and all of their adventures. In addition to being entertaining, the videos can also be educational, as the channel is all about spaying and neutering, as well as adopting your next furry companion. Overall, this is fun, feel-good content for cat lovers, with videos that are titled everything from “How Would My Cats React if I Faked My Own Death?” to “Happens Every Time I Shave…” and “7 Signs That Cats Are Scientists.”
Felines are hard to understand sometimes, but Jackson Galaxy really knows how to read a cat’s body language and resolve a variety of behavioral issues. You might have seen him on the hit TV show My Cat from Hell, and now you can follow him on YouTube to gain even more insight into what makes cats tick. Videos include tips on how to introduce cats to avoid aggression, how to transition your kitty from dry food to wet food, emergency preparedness for animals, and lots more.
Talking Kitty Cat
Steve Cash is the creator of the fun Talking Kitty Cat channel on YouTube. In these videos, which feature his own pets, he applies a funny voiceover to make it seem as though he’s having a conversation with his kitties when they’re actually just meowing at him. Hearing what they have to say will make you chuckle, especially when Sylvester gets annoyed. And you might be surprised by how well the voiceover matches each kitty’s mouth movements. So when you need a little break from your busy routine, these comedic cat videos could help you laugh off some of the stress.
With so many YouTube channels dedicated to all things cat related, you’ll never get bored. Whether you’re hoping to learn more about feline behavior, you’re interested in discovering what it takes to become a rescuer, or you just want to relax and watch some funny videos of cats being themselves, there’s a channel waiting for you.
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