— If your furry friend has lost his vision, here's what you can do to keep him happy and safe.
— I knew right away Lily and Snow needed their ear tips amputated; here's advice on how to prevent and treat squamous cell carcinoma.
— A child will probably want a kitten rather than a cat, but that might not be best; here are tips.
— Hairless cat breeds are not for novices; they need much in terms of food, grooming, and attention.
— Among the ways he contributes to my fitness is by creating an ever-changing obstacle course.
— If you're moving to the U.S. from abroad, here's how to best prepare your cat for the adventure.
— September is National Preparedness Month. Here's how you can prepare yourself and your cat for the unpredictability of an earthquake.
— I'll admit, it's happened to me. Here are four reasons why I think we mourn pets so deeply.
— This weekend, I took time to remember my late cats, and I thought up some ways, simple and otherwise, to memorialize our pets.
— It's National Disaster Preparedness Month, but my mom has no plan. Where should she start?
— Are peanuts safe for cats? What about peanut butter? Are peanuts good cat toys? Let's find out.
— This infographic helps you guide cats away from scratching furniture and to objects made for them.
— I followed a cat-head pancake recipe I found online -- how do you think it turned out?
— Some cat-themed clothes and accessories say, "Stylish!" while others mumble, "Trying too hard."
— Some human foods are perfectly safe for cats, while others are not; you might be surprised which is which.
— When my cat Phoenix gets stressed, I just want to make her feel better, but solving her problems sometimes starts with fixing my own.
— Yep! They grow up so fast. Here are nine of your kitten's most important turning points.
— Boredom can be stressful for cats; Amy Lockhart of Whisker Rescue talks about increasing stimulation.
— Here are some ways to make sure your older cat gets to live out his best years in good health.
— In my search for a new place, my cats are looking over my shoulder to ensure it has all they want.
— Two feline veterinary groups issue a report on diagnosis and treatment of "house soiling," and they're backed by common sense.
— Alternative medicine can maintain or improve a cat’s health when it supplements regular vet care.
— When kids clear out, cats lose daytime attention; these simple things can make a big difference.
— Death leads people into a sensitive time, and different friends might need different approaches.
— Albinism in cats is caused by a lack of melanin and pigmentation; albino cats are pretty rare.
— Even without clicker training, my two kitties are ready to run away with the circus. Well, sort of.
— The kitten got continually sicker but nobody knew what was wrong -- until they looked inside.
— Thomas has an upchuck incident, and the home-decorating queen reduces the cleanup to mere seconds -- here's how it went down (with photos).
— I have a grabby six-month-old girl, so my cat's tail is never safe -- here's what I'm doing about it.
— Cats are different than humans, so people medication is dangerous for cats. Here's why.
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