— Lit candles, traditional food, and costumes are chances for trouble; here's how to play it safe.
— Your cats at home get plenty of love and gifts for the holidays, shelter kitties should too!
— Keep your cats in mind as you decorate, celebrate, feast, and dash about town this holiday season.
— Here's data on U.S. hotel chains' pet policies and tips for booking and additional pet fees.
— Nail trimming benefits cats, their owners, and the houses where cats live. Here's how to do it right.
— Thanksgiving means more than it once did when I consider the things I've learned from my cats.
— Thanksgiving means a huge break in your cat's routine. Here's how to help her get through it.
— Humans stuff themselves with rich Thanksgiving cuisine, but we kitties should observe moderation.
— There are ways to stop a cat fight without risking being bitten; find out how to prevent cats from fighting, and what to do if a fight starts.
— The founder of Two Hearts Pet Loss Center wants there to be no regrets in facing the loss of a pet.
— A reader asks about tactics to make her older cat more comfortable (and quiet) after hours.
— I had no idea my older cat would react with hisses when my little one got back from spay surgery. Here's how to smooth the homecoming.
— Because it's Halloween! Stay safe on this potentially dangerous holiday with these tips.
— Before the trick-or-treaters come by and the party starts, do these things to keep your cat safe.
— Improving the lot of cats is a big job, but even small endeavors matter.
— Obesity is a common and serious health problem in cats; here are some of its causes and effects.
— A child will probably want a kitten rather than a cat, but that might not be best; here are tips.
— September is National Preparedness Month. Here's how you can prepare yourself and your cat for the unpredictability of an earthquake.
— Start by adoring them and sitting on their laps to purr away the arthritis, then follow these ideas.
— Here are some ways to make sure your older cat gets to live out his best years in good health.
— Some of the supposedly new flea-preventatives are the same things with other pesticides added.
— Cats are different than humans, so people medication is dangerous for cats. Here's why.
— Cats who fall from high windows suffer a number of injuries -- it happens often enough that it has its own name: high-rise syndrome.
— I make my house safe for my cats because I've learned you don't mess around with house fires.
— Wanting to expand your animal family is easy, but don't take such a decision lightly.
— Independence Day means fireworks and chaos; here are tips on protecting your cat and her health.
— Proper handling is part of it, but how about tossing that floss lying on the bathroom floor as well?
— For adult cats, the worries about coccidia are a bit overblown -- it's a matter of the immune system to the rescue -- but kittens are another story.
— Cats like to have places to feel secure; here are tips on giving your kitty a happy place of her own.
— There is a loose correlation between cool, wet noses and good health in cats -- but a nose that's too wet can be more of a problem than a dry one.
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