— Cats teach us, primarily by using their claws on the decor, not to get too attached to our stuff.
— I can learn a lot from my cat Norton, who's handsome, easy-going, light-hearted, and smart.
— My cat waited all winter to get back on her leash, but having her outside really stresses me out.
— Years of caring for cats has made me stronger in key areas while also making me more loving.
— One of my kitties cannot be bothered with the boob tube, but the other is straight-up obsessed.
— Naming a feline house-captain is routine for me; here's how I determine which cat gets the title.
— Walk? Ha! These cats get around by riding -- on a ram, a tortoise, or maybe a motorcycle.
— Why do some cats bury their food or smack it around? What causes that "stinky face"?
— I videotape the effects of composer David Teie's use of chirping birds and calming purrs.
— In scooping poop, cat owners are way better off than dog owners, and that's reason to celebrate.
— If it's a single incident, don't worry. But a habitual problem can signal something seriously wrong.
— They probably feel sneaky in their hideouts around the house, but I always find them.
— Catnip is totally safe for your cats -- and it makes their antics even more hilarious than usual.
— What would it be like if humans adopted some of the cat behaviors that I see daily?
— I adopted a pet rock and named him Benedict Cumberbatch; he's crucial for a stress-free life.
— The slab threatens him, the driftwood is a gossip, and Mom deflates his new hobby. Rock texts!
— Peeing inside the litter box is not just good manners, it's literally a matter of life and death.
— Some cats love outdoor walks; here's how to get started and what to consider if your kids want to hold the leash.
— With April showers come windshield wipers that do their thing: scaring the bejesus out of cats.
— For every question, Cosmo's answer would be cat-related -- and get that big, red, buzzing "X."
— Learn the rules: A cat is never wrong. No matter what a cat does, the cat meant to do it.
— Biting, ignoring, and peeing on the bed are signs of stress, not revenge; here's how you can help.
— Barf on my favorite blanket? Incessant meowing? Yeah, those are ways they make me smile.
— Q: How do cats celebrate St. Patrick's Day? A: With really bad poetry!
— It seems like they don't, but they might just be the cleverest, wisest yoga teachers out there.
— Piles of papers, pens, and the awesomeness of the printer? That's maximum playtime for cats!
— Is it anticipation? Frustration? Or this really cool thing scientists studying monkeys discovered?
— Even with mad jumping skills and feline grace, sometimes a confident cat doesn't make it.
— I present my trifecta of cool -- clothing, confidence, and compassion -- and how it fits with men who openly love cats.
— Mine do sometimes -- and when they don't, I imagine how the dream would change if they did.
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