— In honor of If Pets Had Thumbs Day, we show you why you do NOT want your cat to have thumbs.
— Who says cats in New Orleans don't celebrate on Fat Tuesday? Hear what one has to say.
— Oh, you really screwed the pooch on this one, didn't you? Better buy extra chocolates.
— This eight-course feast is guaranteed to impress even the most finicky of feline dates.
— On Shut-in Visitation Day, people reach out to those unable to leave their homes -- here's how you can help with cat caretaking.
— Shutterstock's pictures of hearts, chocolates, and cats lead us on a trip into the Twilight Zone.
— Alcoholic beverages can have immediate and dire effects on our feline friends -- here's why.
— We've rounded up some great gifts for the cats you love and the people who love them.
— Feb. 9-15 is Random Acts of Kindness Week; if you look closely, you'll see your cat contributing.
— Here are 11 things you can do for Random Acts of Kindness Week to help cats and cat owners.
— Cards and candy? Meh. Shower your family members with cat socks, shirts, jewelry, and "I Slow Blink You So Much" mugs.
— This V-Day roundup includes catnip cookies, cat toys, treats, collars, and scratchers.
— One cat wonders why I washed the blanket with the chili stains on it. I do my best to explain.
— For National Dress Your Pet Up Day, we present bizarre and brilliant cat costumes from Instagram.
— Mittens puts his own frantic spin on this week devoted to thoughtful communication -- he texts!
— We interview a cat and have him draft a few letters to his, um, "favorite" people and animals.
— It's National Bubble Bath Day, and these plucky felines buck the trend of cats hating water.
— Self-control, intra-species love -- and a shot at a flying food source -- are among the pledges.
— To honor the occasion, we interview the first cat we can find and attempt cuddling.
— You want to eat better, exercise, save money, or be more at peace? These cats show you how.
— Who better to honor a day based around quiet contemplation and deep thinking?
— One cat rescued her owner from a fire, while another modeled for a book that helps other cats.
— The overly friendly kisser, the jokester, and the one who can't hold his catnip: These are some of the characters who ring in the kitty new year.
— I'm a regular cat-huffer, but I've found ways to improve the experience -- like climbing under the Christmas tree for a fur-and-fir huff.
— For National Whiners Day, we found a cat who needed to vent about holiday disappointment
— Whether they know it or not, my cats keep bringing me back to what is important -- them!
— Today we remember our top cat of the year, the founder of the Ugly Kitty movement.
— Frank finally found some peace after deciding to ignore the elf ... and then came the game changer.
— Poisonous plants and food as well as hazardous decor and trees are among holiday safety concerns.
— Cats use many gestures and behaviors to communicate their disgust -- I accidentally triggered one when I improvised a holiday song.
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