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Dear Catster Member, December 29, 2009
Why is My Cat So Active at Night? Why is My Cat So Active at Night?

Feline nocturnal activity is the bane of many a cat owner's existence. Just as you're slipping into deep REM sleep, a ten-pound tabby jumps on your chest, attacks your feet, or yowls insistently to be fed. Understanding your cat's behavior is the first step toward modifying it and getting a good night's sleep.

How to get your cat to catch some ZZZs ››

What If Pets Ruled the Holiday Season?

Petcentric ContestDescribe the perfect holiday season from your pet's point of view, and you could win prizes valued over $4,000!
Enter Contest Now! ››

Snuzzy Cats

Snuzzy CatsEver run out of cute and fuzzy cat photos or videos? We've got an endless supply!
View our Snuzzy cat section ››

When Can Kittens Be Dewormed?

When Can Kittens Be Dewormed?How young is too young when it comes to deworming a cat? Dr. Barchas explores the subject on the Catster Vet Blog.Read more ››

New Year's Resolutions for Cats

New Year's Resolutions for Cats Contest Alert: Send in your pet's resolutions for the New Year to win $300 and a generous food donation to the animal shelter or rescue of your choice.
Learn more on The Cat's Meow ››

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