— As my life took some crazy turns, Thomas got feline hyperesthesia. Here's what I learned.
— We let our cat Ghosty sit with us but then we got a kitten; will I ever have a peaceful meal again?
— If I had magical powers I'd hold my cats in these poses so I could kiss, huff, and examine at will.
— We think so, and so do the Kickstarter funders of One Fast Cat -- the campaign has raised 15 times its original goal, and more is coming in.
— Hybrid-derived domestic breeds have no more behavior problems than other cats, yet several groups petition to ban them in California.
— As my human kids become more independent, my cats help defer any "empty nest" feelings.
— How many times have you been pleasantly petting your cat, when suddenly -- BAM! MEOW! HISS! -- you get attacked? Let's hear your story!
— On the cleanliness scale, my kitten is the teenager with a room full of old food and dirty socks.
— My Momma Kitty hates to get brushed, but she often has mats in her fur. What should I do?
— The 8 cats in these pictures illustrate that felines make puzzles and games exercises in futility.
— My Zorro sticks to me like glue, and I love him for it. Here are seven ways he doesn't leave me alone.
— You find gossips, braggarts, and ne'er-do-wells at human reunions -- the same goes for cat reunions.
— My first kitty, Bubby, has meowed twice in her life, but Phoenix the drama queen shares everything -- loudly.
— Before I had dogs, I was a cat person all the way, and life was a lot simpler in these specific ways.
— Mittens desperately seeks a phone app that will make him a tough guy, and Mom disses his bed -- so many atrocities for Mittens to text about.
— When you're a cat, the quality of a blanket is often the measure of a human's worth -- so listen up.
— I'm easily sucked into daytime talk shows, but I think cat talk-shows would offer far more drama.
— Ghost Cat shredded her first sofa but is kind to our new furniture. Here's how we keep her honest.
— Teachers appear in the strangest places; in my case, they are four-pawed and furry.
— Purring? Head-butts? An affinity for boxes? Yep, wild cats and house cats have a lot in common.
— There are times when we should feel compassion or empathy for our cats -- but we laugh instead.
— Did you know that a way cats show people affection is by marking them? Learn all the reasons cats mark and how they do it.
— What are some things your cats do to remind you what's high on their agenda?
— The whining, the pounding, the pillow-stealing ... and more whining. OK, I'll feed you already!
— Two groups campaign for the regulation of "Frankencats," scaring people with exaggerated depictions of the dangers posed by hybrid cats.
— Also: Jackson Galaxy gets married, and I envision a scenario where I handcuff him to his bride.
— My cats are naturally nosy, but things such as gift wrapping and folding laundry bring them running so fast you'd think I was opening cans of food.
— The sound of a cat vomiting in the house does a number on our psyches, you know?
— I work from home, and my cats are always at my desk, ready to "supervise," fight over my lap, and otherwise humorously hinder my productivity.
— On the Fourth of July, cats enter the emotional wringer. Here's what it looks like to a cat.
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