— Whether they know it or not, my cats keep bringing me back to what is important -- them!
— Certain habits of mine are eerily similar to those of our feline friends. Are you the same way?
— Vacations, free time, and a clean house are among the things I've given up. How about you?
— Cats use many gestures and behaviors to communicate their disgust -- I accidentally triggered one when I improvised a holiday song.
— Tips for strengthening the human-animal bond by cultivating awareness through a cat's six senses.
— Catster asks the felines who write the poems why they do it -- and how they write it all down!
— We can relate to these cats -- we've seen snow hundreds of times, and we still can't deal.
— Can you efficiently wrap presents while kids and cats are around? The answer is easy -- NO!
— Georgia Tech researchers are studying cats' "righting reflex" to design robots that land softly. Here's what else they should consider about cats.
— Here are ways that I treat my cats better than I treat myself -- and the insight I gain in doing so.
— She doesn't understand the goodwill part of the holidays, except as it applies to her.
— The personalities of tortoiseshell cats are complex; Athena the cat's latest poems reflect this.
— Are they looking at bugs, designs in the woodwork -- or do they see the future?
— I tried this tape trick on my cats, but they're either too smart -- or too stupid -- to fall for it.
— When I started working from home, I realized that my cat does some awfully strange things.
— Cats have the tidiest tails and are experts at wrapping them perfectly around themselves. And who can resist a shaky tail of excitement?
— I often hand over my office chair; here's how I cope with the work interruption.
— Cats love all three things, so I again take science into my own hands and record what they decide.
— The cats in these videos think "stuffing yourself over the holidays" means cramming your body into boxes, vases, and other too-small spaces.
— It's a myth that cats are aloof and unemotional; they show people affection using a combination of body language, postures, and vocalizations.
— I have two cats and one dog, so feeding, litter box, and indoor-outdoor routines can seem circus-like.
— We dog-sat for a friend over the holidays; here's what we did to make sure everyone got along.
— Our relationships with cats are so profound and multifaceted, it's difficult to put them into words.
— Mitty's mom won't retake the ridiculous photo, and a fog monster is about to eat him. He texts!
— Mine is for me, and we go all night -- the "dance break" being the apex of our late-night lunacy.
— As temperatures drop, my cats dive under blankets and monopolize the heating vents.
— My four cats don't always play nice -- but if they're near a wood stove, there's love all around.
— Freyja and Lucipurr have intelligence and energy to outdo what any single cat could accomplish.
— Admit it: Without a basic understanding of reflections, you'd be scared of mirrors, too.
— Sometimes I feel too lazy to wash a spoon, so I eat yogurt with a fork. So what? My cat approves.
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