— Humans stuff themselves with rich Thanksgiving cuisine, but we kitties should observe moderation.
— Because it's Halloween! Stay safe on this potentially dangerous holiday with these tips.
— It's National Disaster Preparedness Month, but my mom has no plan. Where should she start?
— Start by adoring them and sitting on their laps to purr away the arthritis, then follow these ideas.
— Cats are different than humans, so people medication is dangerous for cats. Here's why.
— Any suggestions on yummy high-calorie treats that are safe for a kitty with chronic renal failure?
— The Sphynx breed might be the poster cat for nudist living, but he also loves to play dress up.
— Your little buddy should visit the vet -- he might have brought fleas, ear mites, and other parasites.
— Studies have found that most of the people who abandon or surrender their animals are under 30.
— Cats communicate multidimensionally -- by using voice, scent, and body language.
— Those gooey turd-shaped land mines don't have to be a regular occurrence. Here's some tips to help cut down on hairball hurling.
— My people just found an abandoned kitten on their doorstep, but they don't know much about raising motherless kittens.
— My Little Ol' Lady loves me, but sometimes she forgets to feed me -- and that's just the start.
— A kitty with this pain might hide to avoid interaction, or he might lash out when touched.
— You haven't had your claws clipped in a while, but if it's done the right way it's painless.
— There are plenty of ways to get those little buggers where they belong; here are tips and advice.
— Avoid the green stuff, kitty! Ethylene glycol has saved cars but killed cats since 1927.
— Once you get used to a new baby, it's not all that bad, except for the noise and the smell.
— It's hard! Just 10 pieces of kibble more than you need a day can add a whole pound in one year!
— No. 1 should be convincing mom to do a full medical check on you. Here's how to tell a kitty's health level at home.
— The Christmas tree is a veritable cornucopia of feline fiasco, but that's not all. Let Einstein keep you safe this holiday season.
— Einstein and her foster mom/secretary Dusty provide the wisdom, so ask a question already!
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