— My conversations with my feline friends can take scary turns -- but it’s not what it sounds like.
— While teaching my kitty that grooming is okay and a sign of affection, I licked her. A lot.
— These things make me know their future selves will be cat-centric, and I feel all warm and fuzzy.
— That horrible driver who cut you off? I wonder how kitty would react in a situation like that ...
— Who gets to define "crazy," and why is it crazy to care for animals well and give them love?
— He doesn't care if it's passé, if it's yesterday's obsession; he's a cat and he just can't help himself.
— My Lucipurr is the dominant cat, but during her spay recovery, Freyja staged a coup d'etat.
— I've always enjoyed doing things to get a reaction, so if I engaged in these feline activities, what would witnesses think?
— My cats really go crazy when the weather warms up. How do your cats act?
— I brought a feral cat living in my garage on a cross-country move; it took great determination.
— My little kitties sometimes act like their fierce, distant wildcat ancestors ... I can't help but laugh.
— Anticipating a move with your pets? Here's what I learned during my recent move.
— Sometimes the small things -- the way Phoebe thanks me for her food -- give me the most pleasure.
— I've done the parenting thing pretty well, but I wish I'd had a feline Mary Poppins for these things.
— Whether it's my feet, my hair, the ties on my pajama pants -- if it moves, Toby is attacking it.
— Did you know cats love baseball season, and every baseball game? Here are a few reasons why.
— My cats get new toys and scratchers, but these are the items that have really clicked with them.
— I like most dogs, but mine would go unbathed and I'd never pick up their (human-looking) poop.
— I'm the happy recipient of random (and adorable) acts of kindness from my cat, Tulip.
— The Aries cat mantra is, "Me, me, me, me, meow. Look at me. Pet me. Feed me. Now!"
— Who needs toys? I entertain my cats just by making the bed and putting away groceries.
— Or, "What to expect when you're expecting -- and have cats who'll help you with training."
— I adore him no less, but I occasionally do make that scrunched-up "ick!" face when he's near.
— Aside from risks of predators and disease, outdoor cats can be trouble for humans and other cats.
— They need to respect my boundaries a little more.
— It's a daily struggle to get out the door, what with my cats stopping me at every turn.
— My cat Chester is extremely attached to a small catnip pillow. Here's how he uses it.
— A blogger says that because they're domesticated, cats are less social and more dependent on us. I’m not so sure about that.
— Why can't kitty have a debauched spring break like all the other kids? We show you how.
— If it's true that a double-meow means "This is exciting," then Phoebe is thrilled. All. The. Time.
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