— Many people claim flea meds have failed, but I wonder whether they're using them properly.
— My cats made a wish list before we moved; it seems I found the right place for all of us.
— Adequate heat, food, entrances, and shelters are among the things to consider in cold weather.
— Winter approaches; here's a way to help feral cats.
— Cats are carnivores -- the nutrients found in meat are essential to their growth and to the maintenance of all their vital systems.
— I don't think they should, and I can't believe we’re asking this question without even a trace of irony.
— Can a new cat in a household spread herpes to the cat who already lived there? Well, cats can't catch something they already have.
— I've lived in snow country for years; when I travel during winter here's how I keep my cats safe.
— Her curious look is nonetheless lovable, so she helps raise awareness of special-needs-cats.
— I would, if incompetence or gross negligence was not a factor, and I did, after my dear Kissy died.
— Some people say dogs get more love, but now that we have a dog, Ghost Cat still gets what she needs.
— For Pet Obesity Awareness Day, learn to recognize the signs of an overweight cat and how to develop a weight-loss strategy if your cat needs one.
— My 18-year-old cat Siouxsie is fine -- but I sat on her, and that pulled the whole day off course.
— My cat refused his high-quality food, so I resorted to cheaper fare, and it's been a long road back.
— It's hard to believe that in the modern world, people still seem to believe these archaic myths.
— I learned about it after my mother-in-law adopted a cat who had it; here's what you need to know.
— There are reasons for sudden behavior changes in cats, so take action if you see these symptoms.
— Did you know rabies is now reported in cats more than in any other U.S. domestic species?
— Celebrate World Rabies Day the Catster way: Ensure your cat's vaccination is up to date.
— Cats and small children are both curious, creating possible dangers in the home, but a few measures will keep little hands and paws safe.
— Obesity is a common and serious health problem in cats; here are some of its causes and effects.
— Kittens and healthy adult cats have it pretty easy when it comes to finding adopters, so that's why I'm making a vow to the "broken" cats out there.
— Changes in light, temperature, and food present health hazards inside and outside the home.
— If your furry friend has lost his vision, here's what you can do to keep him happy and safe.
— I knew right away Lily and Snow needed their ear tips amputated; here's advice on how to prevent and treat squamous cell carcinoma.
— 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?
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