Welcome to Cat BYTES, your ultimate destination for everything feline! We are committed to providing cat owners and prospective pet parents with reliable information about cats. We are passionate about cats and work hard to ensure that our content is up-to-date and relevant to the individual needs of your feline companions.

From cat health, behavior and nutrition to caring for them, our blog site covers a wide range of topics to help you better understand cats. Whether you are a first-time owner or an old hand at cat parenthood, we have something for everyone. Our articles are specially crafted with the aim of helping you provide the best possible care for your kitty.


At Cat BYTES, each article is carefully reviewed by a veterinarian before it goes live, guaranteeing that our content is accurate and trusted. We have years of experience both owning and working with cats , and this knowledge ensures that whatever information we share is reliable and valid.

We also value user contributions – if you have any tips or experiences that you would like to share with us please do not hesitate! We strongly believe in the power of community when it comes to caring for cats and connecting pet owners.

Thank you for visiting Cat BYTES! We hope that our articles will equip you with the necessary knowledge needed in understanding cats better while providing the best possible care. If ever you have questions or suggestions then do not hesitate to reach out. We’re always happy to hear from you!

About Dr. WL Wilkins

Wendy Wilkins is the owner and Editor of Cat BYTES. She is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) with a PhD in Veterinary Epidemiology, and has over 20 years of experience in veterinary practice, academia, research and regulatory medicine.

She is also a contributing writer. Prior to writing for Cat BYTES, Dr. Wilkins authored and co-authored multiple peer-reviewed scientific journal articles and, most recently, wrote a book on puppy care titled “Perfect Puppy, Perfect Dog“. 

Her love of animals and passion for veterinary medicine are deeply rooted in her childhood experiences of growing up on a farm in Canada, where pet pigs, calves, goats and chickens were just as common as pet cats and dogs. She currently lives on an acreage on the Canadian prairies, with her husband and two cats – a Bengal cat named Roo and a Sphynx cat named Joey.

Dr. Wilkins is an avid reader and writer, with a passion for making sure her clients and the public get the correct information when they need it. In her spare time she enjoys curling up with a good book or gardening (when it’s not winter and the garden isn’t covered in 5 feet of snow!)

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