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— I can't say no to kitties in need. When I moved to an area with lots of ferals, things got dicey real quick.
— Does your kitty always get the last meow? She wants something -- or she's just seen a ghost.
— Look fabulous while having fun and being safe: Watch out fur heat strokes and skin burns!
— My cats prefer the shade of a tree or the cool cement of the garage. What about your cats?
— I’m the proud parent of a 17-year-old cat -- here's how I make her life as awesome as possible.
— As a blogger I've received a lot of questions at critical times. I’m here to say that it’s a bad idea.
— Did you know your cat walks on his fingertips? We drop the science behind those cute little daggers.
— Various conditions and diseases can trigger it. There are things you can do to prevent it.
— So your cat has trouble cleaning herself -- you know, back there. Here are four ways to help.
— Indoors cats are much safer than outdoor cats, but plenty of health risks still exist in the home.
— A cat welfare organization says it would harm the cats, but I say there's proof that it won't.
— Deal with your allergies, humans! Stop bitching about it! For all I know, I'm allergic to YOU!
— If you don’t want to use chemical flea treatments, check out these alternative ways to keep the nasty little buggers from taking over your pets.
— With all the feline hoopla, it still boggles my mind that cats are belittled throughout our culture.
— This information could save your feline friend’s life. Get the scoop on blood types and how they work -- and don’t work.
— Cats may be taken to "the back" for the safety of the cat, the vet, or the owner -- and vets might get sued if they don't!
— FIV+ cats can live safely with others, but if shelters keep them apart, the public believes otherwise.
— At 7 a.m. in a mall parking we were greeted by 37 cats, all hissing inside covered cages handed to us by their sleepy owners. That was just the start.
— My cats definitely eat less when it's warmer. This surprises me. What's the case with your cats?
— Although there is no simple answer when it comes to vaccines and their frequency, there are some guiding principles that can be used.
— I need to get my Phoenix healthy again. Those rear crusties are just too much.
— A shelter reports taking in fewer kittens after offering free spay/neuter services. Good job!
— Farm animals are always having babies -- so cats get less attention! See for yourself in the photos.
— Feral cats can be a big responsibility. If you care for a colony, how do you handle leaving town?
— I spent more than $3,000 to try and save my cat, and doing so raised eyebrows. Have people ever balked at how much you'd spend on your cat?
— I work the emergency shift and am often asked what it's like. The short answer: It's not for everyone.
— I used to give my cats string as a toy and tuna as a treat. I won't any more. (Okay, maybe a little tuna.)
— It was just a nibble, but Little Yellow nearly lost her life. I'll never make that mistake again.
— Cats with extra toes have a freaky awesomeness that we just love. Thanks, evolution!
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