— Hairless cat breeds are not for novices; they need much in terms of food, grooming, and attention.
— Among the ways he contributes to my fitness is by creating an ever-changing obstacle course.
— We need to spay our kitten soon, but I really hope her post-surgery experience is better than it was with our other cat, Ghosty.
— A reader wonders whether cats, especially indoor cats, truly need regular parasite preventatives and booster shots.
— Advances in veterinary medicine give cats a longer life expectancy. But that raises an ethical question: Is that always a good thing?
— Are peanuts safe for cats? What about peanut butter? Are peanuts good cat toys? Let's find out.
— When we found Grace she had a tumor, but she taught me it's wise to follow your heart, even when your mind tries to persuade you otherwise.
— Cat care seems like an increasingly complicated task; is there a happy medium between not knowing enough and knowing too much?
— Some human foods are perfectly safe for cats, while others are not; you might be surprised which is which.
— Changing to a food with more sodium can make a cat drink more water, but so can other things.
— Zorro vomited -- he's a cat -- but this time he disabled our Internet connection. Oh, Zorro!
— One of my six cats has turned out to be a bully. I have strategies to change this, but I could use help.
— My cats love the sunshine but seem to sense when it's enough. Is too much sun bad for cats?
— When my cat Phoenix gets stressed, I just want to make her feel better, but solving her problems sometimes starts with fixing my own.
— Yep! They grow up so fast. Here are nine of your kitten's most important turning points.
— Here are some ways to make sure your older cat gets to live out his best years in good health.
— Two feline veterinary groups issue a report on diagnosis and treatment of "house soiling," and they're backed by common sense.
— Alternative medicine can maintain or improve a cat’s health when it supplements regular vet care.
— The location of litter boxes can be the difference between cats using -- or avoiding -- them.
— When kids clear out, cats lose daytime attention; these simple things can make a big difference.
— Albinism in cats is caused by a lack of melanin and pigmentation; albino cats are pretty rare.
— The kitten got continually sicker but nobody knew what was wrong -- until they looked inside.
— 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.
— You might not see obvious scratching in your allergic cat -- our feline friends are notoriously secretive, and you have to know what to look for.
— Respect for me and good communication skills are part of why my current vet is the best I've had.
— Cats lag behind dogs in terms of yearly vet visits, so here's your chance to help that change. It's national take your cat to the vet day!
— Mange in cats is caused by a mite infestation; there are two major varieties, but fortunately neither are particularly common in house cats.
— Is your cat losing weight with no effort on your part? Here are reasons that could be happening.
— Sun damage is just as harmful for cat skin as it is for ours. Here's how to protect your furry friend.
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