Stumped on what to feed kittens? We turned to Gary Weitzman, DVM, a veterinarian and chief executive officer of the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA, to get his answers to some commonly-asked questions about what to feed kittens.
Uh-oh — is your household experiencing litter box issues? Whether you’re looking for answers about kitten litter boxes, cats guarding and bullying each other over litter boxes, or litter box avoidance, check out these easy solutions for the occasional potty mishap.
Cats don't get aggressive out of nowhere. An aggressive cat is usually behaving that way for a good reason. Here are seven reasons why cats become aggressive — plus the warning signs and how to handle each.
Some cat emergencies come on suddenly and are overt, but others start off vague. Here's how to recognize an emergency situation and when to bring your cat to the vet ASAP.
Heartworm is rarer in cats than it is in dogs but when cats do contract it, the outlook isn’t good. Learn more about heartworm in cats and the steps you can take to prevent it in the first place.
Kitten season is here and there’s never been a better time to educate yourself on fading kitten syndrome. Various conditions and diseases can trigger fading kitten syndrome, but there are things you can do to prevent it.
Fleas and ticks are a nuisance that every cat parent must think about (yes, even if your cat is indoor-only!). Luckily, there are ways for you to fight fleas and ticks and stop an infestation before it starts.
Fleas and ticks always elicit plenty of questions from feline caretakers. Can indoor cats get fleas and ticks? What diseases might your cat get from fleas and ticks, and how can you prevent your kitty from encountering these pests in the first place?
Today’s kitty litter options are seemingly endless. There’s lightweight, scoopable, absorbent, eco-friendly, dust-free (well, almost), flushable, scented, unscented, health-alert and odor-free and they can be made from a variety of different materials. So, how do you find the best cat litter for your needs?
Is your cat pregnant? We hope not. But if so, we answer some questions like, How long are cats pregnant for, and take you through a cat pregnancy, stage by stage.
It's a myth that cats are aloof and unemotional; cats show affection to humans using a combination of body language, postures and vocalizations. Let's take a look at some lesser-known forms of cat affection.