— Beware the fur monster! Survive the hairiest time of the year with our tips and tricks.
— A shelter had an outbreak of a treatable disease, and management decided the only solution was euthanasia -- and then blamed the community.
— Some people wonder why their cats get fractious, but we're surprised by cats who DON'T do this.
— My people just found an abandoned kitten on their doorstep, but they don't know much about raising motherless kittens.
— My cats really go crazy when the weather warms up. How do your cats act?
— Anticipating a move with your pets? Here's what I learned during my recent move.
— After a long hard winter, I'm thinking about getting seeds in the ground -- for me and my cat.
— Maybe you've camped with your dogs -- here's how to give your feline friends the same chance.
— Sometimes the small things -- the way Phoebe thanks me for her food -- give me the most pleasure.
— If the injury is mild, these can reduce chances of infection and scarring from a cat scratch.
— It relieves pain the same for cats as it does for humans, and it changed my senior cat's life.
— Your cat's allergies don't always look like yours -- here's how to deal with feline allergies before they become major problems with the cats in your life.
— The temptation to self-medicate a cat is dangerous, as cats may suffer toxic effects from many medications that are safe for humans.
— Would Bubba Lee Kinsey and Phoenix ever forgive me? Ah, the mysteries of shedding season.
— When you’re pregnant, people spout nonsense about why you must get rid of your cat. Don't do it.
— Aside from risks of predators and disease, outdoor cats can be trouble for humans and other cats.
— My cat knows we’re moving, and the vet says the resulting anxiety might have made her pee red.
— We can still get cats the care they need if money is an issue -- it just takes some creative thinking.
— Your cat will actually listen to you if you communicate in the correct way; here's how.
— Since the massive pet food recall of 2007, the cat-owning public has been on alert. Here's what to do if you learn your cat's food has been recalled.
— My Little Ol' Lady loves me, but sometimes she forgets to feed me -- and that's just the start.
— I lost 3 cats within the past 3 years, and I lost a lot of sleep -- but I wouldn't change any of it.
— Some employers treat pet emergencies as less urgent than those involving kids, and that's wrong.
— A recent study suggests that we might believe pet meds are working when they're really not.
— Every cat coughs some, but long-term frequent coughing can be a sign of a serious problem.
— Here are tips to help you avoid freaking out and keep your cat's health the top priority.
— My cat's diarrhea wouldn't stop, so my vet suggested a "regular" kibble -- and it worked.
— Cats purr when they're contented, sure, but evolution has added other surprising benefits.
— I named him Reek because of the foul stench he carried from the hoard. Then things got better.
— I usually write humor, but today I veer toward the serious as I learn to live with an aging cat.
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