Last week we learned that Hello Kitty is NOT a cat, and the Internet screamed in pain; now we hear that she is a cat after all -- well, sort of.
Here are some ways to make sure your older cat gets to live out his best years in good health.
You haven't seen Lil Bub or Henri le Chat Noir like this before. Well, actually, you probably have.
In my search for a new place, my cats are looking over my shoulder to ensure it has all they want.
Last fall I asked my cat Cosmo to choose a complete outfit for me. The results were questionable, so now I give him another chance.
I've spent my life with cats, so I'm not surprised they had a hand (paw?) in shaping my personality. Has this happened to anyone else?
While I hold Cosmo, he sometimes leans over and licks one of my arms. His rough tongue usually startles me, but he keeps going with the arm bath, and I don't stop him. I think these surprise cleanings are super cute, but I can't imagine a person randomly leaning over and licking my arm while I'm watching TV or working on the computer. "Startling" would be kind of an understatement.
Two feline veterinary groups issue a report on diagnosis and treatment of "house soiling," and they're backed by common sense.
The answer to this question is easy -- no -- but the reasons why are hilarious.
His friends at the Beagle Freedom Program helped rescue him from the suffering of animal testing.
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