— Cats are loaded with personality, but some don't show it as much as others; here's how I help.
— Cats are known for experiencing all kinds of urinary problems; here's what you can do about it.
— My problems began when my kitties clawed my wallpaper; we ended up with a kitchen overhaul.
— Leash walks are not right for all cats and all settings; follow these tips to make it fun and safe.
— My Ghost Cat is a master thief -- and she loves to get her little paws into mommy’s makeup bag.
— I've learned a lot from my cat Norton, but that doesn't mean my other cats -- like sweet Jamie BlueBell -- don't have life lessons as well.
— I've learned that it's okay to be true to my quiet nature, and my cats helped teach me that.
— My love for my cats extends to my sleeping brain. Here are some recent dreamtime kitty adventures.
— Cats teach us, primarily by using their claws on the decor, not to get too attached to our stuff.
— I can learn a lot from my cat Norton, who's handsome, easy-going, light-hearted, and smart.
— My cat waited all winter to get back on her leash, but having her outside really stresses me out.
— My cat has chronic gingivostomatitis and could be in a stem-cell research study for it; before I agreed to anything, though, I gathered information.
— Think like a runner when adopting, and let the shelter staff point you to the perfect feline.
— One of my kitties cannot be bothered with the boob tube, but the other is straight-up obsessed.
— Years ago, a co-worker got crabby over talk about my cats; I bet that wouldn't happen now.
— I flew from New York to California for Matty, and I believe it was meant to happen.
— What would it be like if humans adopted some of the cat behaviors that I see daily?
— Every rock deserves to be adopted into a loving home, but once I held a crystal, I had to buy one and now can't go back to ordinary stones.
— I believe so: Being judgmental can impede good work that aims to create a better world for cats.
— Some cats love outdoor walks; here's how to get started and what to consider if your kids want to hold the leash.
— Barf on my favorite blanket? Incessant meowing? Yeah, those are ways they make me smile.
— I've known people who died without great suffering, and I wonder if this has shaped the end-of-life decisions I make regarding my cats.
— With Sandy headed our way, I've readied myself and my cats for what's to come.
— It seems like they don't, but they might just be the cleverest, wisest yoga teachers out there.
— My feline family includes a spendthrift, a miser, a loyal consumer, and one who's checked out.
— I had to rehome my dog and cat, and I did so responsibly, but I got called lots of nasty names because of it -- and that's wrong, people.
— My Ghost Cat thinks kids are awesome, but younger Speck finds little humans pretty scary.
— I present my trifecta of cool -- clothing, confidence, and compassion -- and how it fits with men who openly love cats.
— Mine do sometimes -- and when they don't, I imagine how the dream would change if they did.
— If your cat is sick, there’s a path between aggressive treatment and euthanasia that allows a good quality of life for the time you have left.
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