— I've learned that it's okay to be true to my quiet nature, and my cats helped teach me that.
— We love our cats, but if we let that love create divisions, it undermines larger rescue efforts.
— Think like a runner when adopting, and let the shelter staff point you to the perfect feline.
— Years ago, a co-worker got crabby over talk about my cats; I bet that wouldn't happen now.
— A while ago, a vet in a newspaper column said cats don’t get Lyme disease; I doubted that, so I checked the facts.
— Every rock deserves to be adopted into a loving home, but once I held a crystal, I had to buy one and now can't go back to ordinary stones.
— I believe so: Being judgmental can impede good work that aims to create a better world for cats.
— I had to rehome my dog and cat, and I did so responsibly, but I got called lots of nasty names because of it -- and that's wrong, people.
— I agree with backers: Increasing the limit from 3 to 5 will save cats lives and reduce euthanasia.
— The dispute over the color of The Dress made the Internet ask some important questions. About cats.
— I adopted a cat from a shelter, but I never say I rescued him; I don't want to take away from the true rescuers who made the effort to save his life.
— There are right and wrong ways to use social media to help cats; too many people do it wrong.
— Disputes over care and fundraising show that things might be easier if Bart were a real zombie.
— When I visited the Noguchi Museum in New York City, I wondered whether the sculptures on display were secretly pieces of cat furniture.
— A recent study suggests cats do better if their people are conscientious and anxious, but to call that helicopter parenting is ridiculous.
— Do cats really need automated, self-cleaning designer boxes? My answer is a resounding no!
— Why were people willing to believe that an 85-year-old woman stole neighborhood cats to use their fur for coats? The answer is complex.
— It's time to talk about the overexposure of the modern-day Internet celebrity cat.
— This is a huge responsibility deserving of honor; don't let anyone tell you different.
— A former veterinarian writing in the Montreal Gazette says living with pets is exploiting and harming them. I say that's crap.
— I'm done with judgments and condemnation of my love for cats, and with cavalier attitudes toward these precious living beings.
— Advances in veterinary medicine give cats a longer life expectancy. But that raises an ethical question: Is that always a good thing?
— Cat care seems like an increasingly complicated task; is there a happy medium between not knowing enough and knowing too much?
— I used to judge those who gave up their cats, but not anymore -- because I nearly did it twice.
— Last week we learned that Hello Kitty is NOT a cat, and the Internet screamed in pain; now we hear that she is a cat after all -- well, sort of.
— Robin Williams's death reminds us that depression is a silent, isolating epidemic. My cats have seen me at my worst and give me a reason to carry on.
— It says here that this target of feline fear and loathing might be a cancer cure. How 'bout that!
— My challenge to the world: Let's make cats more trendy and hip, and expand adoption beyond shelters and into more places people go.
— Hybrid-derived domestic breeds have no more behavior problems than other cats, yet several groups petition to ban them in California.
— A lethal bait might be the next prong of Australia’s attack on feral cats. When will the madness stop?