— You probably have some meaningful end-of-year traditions, but do you have any cat-themed ones?
— Here are small gifts that nonetheless evoke surprise, a smile, and sometimes a laugh.
— Fostering is only one way we and our kids can get that sugary sweet kitten experience without contributing to the overpopulation problem.
— Tired of inappropriate ads and foul language? Visit these online spots for unencumbered cuteness.
— Some assume a dog is the ideal family pet, but cats cat be a better fit, especially for busy families.
— Nobody tells you that being a parent to a cat and a little boy can start a war in your mind.
— Not all children are monsters! We can do our part to teach respect for animals and help mold kids into responsible, respectful friends to animals.
— It depends on the age and maturity level of the child, but the adult should have the final say.
— Here are the tricks to making simple, budget-friendly costumes worthy of many treats.
— "Instead of swatting my son, he used his front paws to give my son four rapid-fire pats to the chest. From that moment on, I knew my cat would never hurt my son."
— Because technology monopolizes our attention, we can all take a lesson from cats' Zen spin on life.
— Time flies and my baby brother is almost here! How are my pawrents preparing?
— These techniques help you capture fabulous cat videos -- and your kids will be perfect assistants!
— With clear planning and expectations, kids can earn cash sitting for family, friends, and neighbors.
— When my daughter is creating, her self-confidence is at its zenith. She completely focuses on the project at hand and makes her own decisions.
— As parents, we have a responsibility to teach compassion and respect in a society where some people label cats as "girly" and dogs as "manly."
— Cat cakes, Nyan Cat puppets, kitty crafts and games -- what kid doesn't want to attend that party?
— It depends on the situation, but parent and student have to consider these important things.
— We've been working hard getting ready for baby No. 2, and so has our cat. We think. Maybe not.
— It ups children's self-confidence and literacy while it calms cats and strengthens human-feline bonds.
— Sure, you always want to help out a friend in need, but here are some potential problems and pitfalls.
— Children educated at an early age are more likely to grow up to be responsible pet owners.
— Using gentle handling and respect, children can learn to be the best of friends with cats.
— Avoid the chaos of picture-time with proper planning -- and treats don't hurt, either!
— The healing power of felines has helped my daughter through bouts of worry and intense sadness.
— The threat of toxoplasmosis can scare expectant moms, but these expert health tips will help.
— Please don't give up your cat. Here are my favorite tips for reducing or eliminating allergic reactions.
— Rainy day? Ignore the TV. Create no-sew cat beds, simple cat toys, and kitty clubhouses.
— Facebook and Pinterest are just a couple of places where you and your child can bond over your love of cats. Cats do own the Internet, after all.
— What kid wouldn't love to ride along on a cat transport? There's more than one way to make volunteering fun.