— If you prefer odd and off-center items to big-box fare, here's your start for 2013 holiday shopping.
— When you see these shocking pictures of how cats suffer, you'll agree it's time to end this torture.
— Does it freak you out? Does it freak your partner out? Is it normal? Is it okay? I share my experiences and talk to some experts.
— These pictures also demonstrate that cats love the men (such as myself) who love the motorcycles.
— We're cat guys with similar looks and ideas, so is it like crushing on myself? Well, yes. I can explain...
— A bottled coffee beverage isn't nearly as fun as trying to imitate the sneering cat who sells it.
— "I always remind myself that it's about Bub," says Mike Bridavsky, "and Bub makes anything funny."
— I'm "The Enforcer" regarding certain boundaries and behavior, but a cute little face overrides that.
— Catster readers also remember their first cats, with many stories happier than that of my Topper.
— Thomas does -- it goes from kitchen to garage -- and it was way easy to install and train him to use.
— Thomas must be a Buddhist, because he showed me things it might have taken me years to learn.
— Thomas is the first cat I've picked up with confidence. Turns out love made the difference.
— Cleo seemed to need something -- and her need created the most bizarre of play rituals.
— Is the new book by comedian Michael Showalter serious or silly? The answer is "yes."
— The author and host of Animal Planet's "My Cat From Hell" talks about online extremism, stereotypes, dogs, and reincarnation.
— Being a cat-loving man is not for the meek or insignificant, and that matters in relationships.
— Someone suggested that Thomas and I might have a psychic bond. I had to know more.
— I'm like my cat -- I love my beef, chicken, salmon, and tuna. Here's how I reconcile that.
— You know when the time is right to adopt a cat. Now is not that time for me.
— I've loved many cats, but my relationship with Thomas transcends others. What's at work here?
— The author and host of Animal Planet's "My Cat From Hell" talks about the power of mystery, the danger of assumptions, and what we owe cats.
— Thomas gets limited time outdoors. I know the dangers, so it all depends on his good behavior as well as external factors. It could change quickly.
— I suspected neglect, but I never had hard proof. Could I have done more? If so, what?
— It's not what you think. Well, maybe it is what you think. How could I let this happen?
— It's MY backyard! Um, or not. Thomas and I had to cede it to the birds (and their babies) for a week.
— Welcome to my inaugural column. First topic: What the heck is a "cat guy," anyway?
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