— Would you ever test your cats' intelligence? I did. The results were unimpressive. But I love my cats even if they’re idiots.
— I need to get my Phoenix healthy again. Those rear crusties are just too much.
— Tubby and Linus were inseparable since birth. When Tubby was gone, it took something extraordinary to bring Linus back to his old self.
— As you near the end of your life, here are some things to take with you from our time together.
— It was just a nibble, but Little Yellow nearly lost her life. I'll never make that mistake again.
— My cat and I have danced together for 11 years and we're not stopping anytime soon!
— We believed she was adopting out cats. She wasn't. No one was prepared for what we found.
— My cat licks, nibbles, bites, and knocks things over. Oddly enough, I look forward to it. How about you?
— You have your baby, and I have mine.
— I look back shudder at my first hairball experience. It was a big, wet one. What's your worst episode?
— I believe it’s wonderful to help animals in need, but food is not enough. What do you think?
— Photos of me and my cat-crazy family (some of them embarrassing) show a pretty clear destiny.
— I've learned a lot about health and care. My cats eat better, and we play more. Still, I can improve.
— On a desperate night, my friends and I sought the fortune of Sister Clara Clairvoyant: the Psychic Cat.
— When you get into cat rescue, nobody tells you about the crazies. Or how they might stalk you on your birthday.
— He says they have an expiration date, but I don't mind stepping over them for days ... or longer. Does this happen at your house?
— But a long-distance love affair led to my first cat, then a second and third. Now I love all creatures.
— My calico cat, Phoenix, is a real weirdo. You might say she has "tortitude." That's why I love her.
— I don't live beyond my means, but my cats do.
— Have you had a cat go missing? Maybe I can help.
— She inspired me to start a group called Sugar Rub! It's aimed at raising awareness about the disease.
— My kitties find happiness in the most mundane objects. What about your cats?
— Mine was Cinnamon, an outdoor sweetheart I can barely remember. Who was your first cat?
— The methods in this interspecies tribe could be harsh, but the messages were pragmatic and clear.
— I love sharing stories about my cats, but sometimes people don't like them. But who needs those people anyway?
— Grumpy Cat was the perfect host: sleepy, laid-back, and not at all impressed with her fans.
— Here are a few (probably) crazy things I've done for my cats -- you be the judge of how crazy I am.
— Would I have the guts to perform a mercy killing on a dove? I hoped I could avoid the question.
— My anxiety-riddled cat tried to kill the vet. Yep. Here's what I'll do differently next time.
— Even a cat's passing can bring joy and life lessons, if we are open to them.