— She was dumped on a doorstep, but Moony has found a forever home and a Facebook following.
— How do you celebrate hairballs? Start by working to help your cat reduce or eliminate them.
— In honor of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month, here's how you can recognize crimes against cats and do something about it.
— Cats teach us, primarily by using their claws on the decor, not to get too attached to our stuff.
— I can learn a lot from my cat Norton, who's handsome, easy-going, light-hearted, and smart.
— Many people view pain relief creams as a safer way to treat localized pain, but few realize how dangerous some of these creams are to cats.
— My cat waited all winter to get back on her leash, but having her outside really stresses me out.
— Richard Christianson didn't wait for authorities to help before taking on the rescue himself.
— Ray was born with a congenital eye defect, but he now gets through life with the help of Newton.
— Accidents are always a potential cat-health issue; here's what you need for your cat's first-aid kit.
— My cat has chronic gingivostomatitis and could be in a stem-cell research study for it; before I agreed to anything, though, I gathered information.
— Our feline poets spend their favorite holiday much the way humans do: exchanging gifts and enjoying a special meal -- with a poetic twist.
— Years of caring for cats has made me stronger in key areas while also making me more loving.
— Think like a runner when adopting, and let the shelter staff point you to the perfect feline.
— After a long hard winter, I'm thinking about getting seeds in the ground -- for me and my cat.
— Cats in these pictures display pricey beds, fancy water fountains, and a backyard full of fish.
— No one loses in this campaign to raise money and awareness for special-needs pets.
— One of my kitties cannot be bothered with the boob tube, but the other is straight-up obsessed.
— If your vet can't get one in the office, you'll have to do it at home; here are 3 ways that work for me.
— He was found frozen to a water meter; now he's done with rehab and has found a new home.
— Naming a feline house-captain is routine for me; here's how I determine which cat gets the title.
— Being ready in advance can help you keep your cool when your cat needs you most.
— Walk? Ha! These cats get around by riding -- on a ram, a tortoise, or maybe a motorcycle.
— Why do some cats bury their food or smack it around? What causes that "stinky face"?
— Feline infectious peritonitis is difficult to diagnose, even harder to treat, and almost always fatal.
— I videotape the effects of composer David Teie's use of chirping birds and calming purrs.
— This active, agile, assertive cat has a graceful look and an endless supply of love and mischief.
— Joan passed away early this week, but she got her dying wish of a safe home for her cat, and the outpouring of love she inspired will carry on.
— Years ago, a co-worker got crabby over talk about my cats; I bet that wouldn't happen now.
— If it's a single incident, don't worry. But a habitual problem can signal something seriously wrong.
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