The holiday season is prime time for travel. If you can’t take your cat with you, who watches him while you’re away? See tips on holidays and cat care here.
With cats and Christmas trees, there are many ways that chaos — and even danger — can ensue. Learn how cats and Christmas trees can safely coexist.
Is your cat kneading or wool sucking? A cat nursing herself or other objects might be completely normal — or not. Let's find out.
Add wrapping holiday gifts to the list of seasonal mishaps and cats. Here’s one writer's experience — and a few helpful tips to help it go smoothly.
Cat tail wagging is far more complicated than dog tail wagging. There are different cat tail wags that mean very different things in cat language.
Isn't that cat belly just begging for a rub, pet or tickle? It depends on the cat and how you do it. Plus, what it means when your cat shows his belly!
Holiday stress and cats differs by age and includes food, trees, noises and guests. Here's how to manage the season with kitties of all life stages.
Well being isn’t the only worry when your cat is sick. Find out the costs of some cat diseases and injuries, and why pet insurance is worth considering.
Put your paws together for the Winn Feline Foundation as it celebrates 50 years of making a very big difference in the lives of cats.
Unstable Christmas trees, tinsel, fireplace ashes, holiday parties and more — one vet sounds off on the top holiday health hazards for cats.