— Adequate heat, food, entrances, and shelters are among the things to consider in cold weather.
— Short answer, no; we kitties are like performance cars, while dogs are like Dodge pickups.
— I treat my cats very well, but some people call them spoiled. They just don't get it.
— I have six cats, and instead of having a favorite, I work to find lovable things in each one.
— Here are some tips -- easy ways to reduce anxiety related to vet visits for you and your cat alike.
— Weird weather, loud construction, and a scavenged deviled egg conspired to create unnerving tummy troubles for my dear Brandy.
— Plenty of science says that pediatric spay/neuter does no long-term harm. Here’s why.
— Follow these behavior and environmental-enrichment tips to help cats with visual, hearing, or mobility disabilities feel loved and secure.
— Our Zack developed ataxia as a senior cat; we used these 10 treatments to bring him back around.
— I have; here are some serious and not-so-serious reasons I've dropped everything for my cats.
— Feline teeth are a wonder -- and quite scary. Find out why they got that way.
— Not only does it keep “death breath” at bay, but it can also save your cat’s life.
— On Shut-in Visitation Day, people reach out to those unable to leave their homes -- here's how you can help with cat caretaking.
— Dental disease occurs, simply, because animals don't brush their teeth.
— Alcoholic beverages can have immediate and dire effects on our feline friends -- here's why.
— Here are 11 things you can do for Random Acts of Kindness Week to help cats and cat owners.
— No cats are hypoallergenic, but here are things you can do in your house and with your cat to lessen the effects on people who are allergic.
— February is a month of spuds, including Potato Lovers Month and National Sweet Potato Month. Are these veggies safe to share with our cats?
— Researchers believe cats' Silver gene could help humans at highest risk of melanoma: redheads.
— Rather than being shamed, my Rama gets more loving within the cone. How does your cat act?
— January is National Artichoke and Asparagus Month. Both are low-calorie, vitamin-rich vegetables, but are they any good for cats?
— There are behavioral as well as medical causes of feline house soiling; the medical condition that's most often behind it is FIC.
— Cold weather makes life uncomfortable even for indoor cats; here are tips for making it easier.
— My cat owns me, but I'm helpless against her brand of feline torture -- it's just SO DARN CUTE.
— It’s 20 below, but all my cats want to do is sneak out into the cold -- and they’re indoor cats!
— January is National Blood Donor Month; who says it can't apply to cats? We demystify the process.
— It's National Granola Bar Day; while these are delicious snack treats for humans, here are 3 reasons why you shouldn't feed them to your cat.
— Forget to clean the litter box and you soon hit a wall of pungent aroma. Here are tips to avoid that.
— Eggs have gotten a bad rap in the past, but today, whole egg is considered to be the most perfect source of protein for animals.
— Where does this ubiquitous snack rank in feline nutrition? Is popcorn healthy or harmful for cats?
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