Merck Animal Health has a new educational initiative called Care & Control with an animated cat and dog, Sugar and Spike, to address pet diabetes.
Unfortunately, what can kill your cats could be lurking around your household. Wine, tuna and yarn are just a few of the things that could kill your cats.
At a loss for a cat feeding schedule? Consider meal feeding your cats so you can manage portion control, truly observe eating habits and stave off obesity.
Can cats eat eggs, and if they can, are eggs good for cats? A vet weighs in on if you should feed your cat eggs, and what eggs are safe for cats to eat.
Did you know that cats have three eyelids? So, what is your cat’s third eyelid, and does seeing your cat's third eyelid ever indicate a health issue?
Is your cat staring at you? Or, maybe you’ve noticed your cat staring at other cats in your household. What does cat staring mean in cat body language?
The state of your cat’s butt (and what’s coming out of it) is a good way to gauge his health.
Think your cat is looking thinner? Is your cat losing weight? Here's how to tell if your cat is losing weight, what issues could be at play and what to do.
Let’s answer the question, What are cats scared of? and figure out how to alleviate a cat's fears — from the seemingly silly (vacuums!) to the serious.
Why do cats sleep so much? And are they truly sleeping, or just resting? Do they dream? Is cat snoring normal? Read on for facts about sleeping cats.
Dealing with a cat peeing on the bed, couch or elsewhere? Follow these tips to identify and correct the behavioral causes of improper elimination.
Sphynx cats, AKA naked cats or hairless cats — what's it like to live with them? A Sphynx cat owner spills on everything from chattering to coat care!
Do cats need baths? Sometimes. If your cat truly needs a bath, here’s how to give a cat a bath as quickly and efficiently as possible.