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 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.
Fleas and ticks on cats aren’t one size fits all. We surveyed pros across the US to get info on regional pests and specific cat flea and tick treatments for your area.
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.
Do cats cry? And if cats do cry, is it the teary-eyed crying that we humans experience or something else? Let’s talk about what cat crying is and how to help a crying cat.
The Canada lynx may no longer be protected by the Endangered Species Act. Find out more about the ongoing debate over this cousin of the bobcat.
Happy National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day! Let’s meet some celebricats (and dogs!) who were adopted from shelters. Plus, we want to hear about your own shelter rescues.
What are some angry cat sounds and what do they mean in cat language? How should we as cat parents react to these angry cat sounds?
Hairballs are a just normal part of being a cat, right? Wrong. Chronic vomiting, with or without hairballs, could lead to lymphoma. Here's what every cat parent needs to know.