— Purring? Head-butts? An affinity for boxes? Yep, wild cats and house cats have a lot in common.
— There are times when we should feel compassion or empathy for our cats -- but we laugh instead.
— Did you know that a way cats show people affection is by marking them? Learn all the reasons cats mark and how they do it.
— What are some things your cats do to remind you what's high on their agenda?
— The whining, the pounding, the pillow-stealing ... and more whining. OK, I'll feed you already!
— Two groups campaign for the regulation of "Frankencats," scaring people with exaggerated depictions of the dangers posed by hybrid cats.
— Also: Jackson Galaxy gets married, and I envision a scenario where I handcuff him to his bride.
— My cats are naturally nosy, but things such as gift wrapping and folding laundry bring them running so fast you'd think I was opening cans of food.
— The sound of a cat vomiting in the house does a number on our psyches, you know?
— I work from home, and my cats are always at my desk, ready to "supervise," fight over my lap, and otherwise humorously hinder my productivity.
— On the Fourth of July, cats enter the emotional wringer. Here's what it looks like to a cat.
— My cats are always reminding me to take it easy and not get so serious and worked up about life.
— Your favorite chair? Check. Carpets? Check. Your bed? Check. Are they trying to torture us or what?
— Most cats look happy and content when occupying a box. These cats, not so much.
— When my former feral Zorro shows signs of overstimulation, I back off so he can calm down.
— I had never seen the show until recently when I got streaming access -- so I binge-watched.
— Cats are deep thinkers, and the warm sun is the perfect inspiration for composing a few haikus.
— Here's how we kept our oldest from feeling like she was being replaced when the kitten arrived.
— Happy Friday! Let these cats guide you through a weekend of eating and sleeping too much.
— Cats love regular hobbies like birdwatching and napping, but how about strange ones like bottle-cap collecting and the wicker arts?
— Watching my cat run from her poop, I had an epiphany: We all need to stop running from our poop.
— I believe my cats are happiest when all their humans are at home. What do you think?
— I'm often on my knees at my parents' house, with a yardstick in one hand and a flashlight in the other -- on a cat toy search-and-rescue mission.
— City Hall says cats can't run at large, so a leash has been a lifeline to the outdoors, which my little cat used to call home.
— Sometimes cats want privacy when they're enjoying a laundry basket or using the litter box, and we humans just get in the way.
— I was a dog lover when I was young but was eventually charmed by cats; that hasn't let up.
— She might be young, but this baby cat seems wise beyond her weeks.
— I tried to live with my sister-in-law's emotional abuse -- until she turned against my cat. That opened my eyes to how bad the situation was.
— It's a totally awesome Gif-tastic experience.
— Happy Friday! Here are five gentle reminders (with some funny videos) that your cute, cuddly kitty might be kind of a jerk.
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