It may be gross but we have to go there — what does your cat’s poop look like when he’s healthy vs. when he’s constipated or dealing with diarrhea?
Not all cat food is created equal. What should you keep in mind when choosing the best cat food brand for your feline friend?
Discover how nursing homes with cats help to foster kittens and prepare them for the real world while helping give residents a sense of purpose.
You don't have to give up your cat during pregnancy. Toxoplasmosis is dangerous but easily avoidable. Learn more here.
What is prednisone and why would someone use prednisone for cats? And what’s the difference between prednisone and prednisolone for cats?
What cat behaviors call for a trip to the emergency vet, and how do you find an urgent-care pet facility ASAP? Check out our resources.
Follow these tips to identify and correct the behavioral causes of improper elimination — whether you've got a cat peeing on the bed, couch or elsewhere.
Cat declawing is one of the most hotly debated issues in the cat world, but new data might be a game changer.
Feeding cats twice a day from food bowls alongside other pets may cause behavioral issues. Here’s a few suggestions for feeding your cats differently.
What’s it like to live with Sphynx cats, also known as “naked cats”? One owner gives us the scoop on everything from chattering to their hairless coats!
Sometimes, getting your cat to even use his litter box is a challenge. So, how do you get him to actually like doing it? See our seven tips.
Who does it and how can a cat communicator help you talk to your cat?
We’ve found some fun facts about the cat brain — as well as some serious disorders that may affect this organ in cats and how to handle them.
Your cat’s bowel movements change as he ages. Here’s what’s normal for cat poop in every stage of life!
Shopping for pet insurance for cats can be confusing. We break it down for you, from premiums and exclusions to deductibles and payouts.
Opinions about cat food run strong — especially when it comes to wet food or dry food for cats. Here's what a vet recommends.