— Space and routines that cats depend on can be adjusted before and while you have house guests.
— Lit candles, traditional food, and costumes are chances for trouble; here's how to play it safe.
— Want to give someone a $750 bowl or a $2,700 pet carrier for Christmas or Hanukkah? You're in luck!
— Hemp, recycled cardboard, and organically grown catnip are among the materials in these products.
— Keep your cats in mind as you decorate, celebrate, feast, and dash about town this holiday season.
— How do you create a stylish home that's built around your cat's needs? I interview Kate Benjamin, who wrote "Catification" with Jackson Galaxy; we're giving away two copies.
— Do you know people who just got their first cat? Christmas is a chance to set them up for success.
— Buying fun, cat-themed gifts doesn't have to be expensive -- I found adorable and affordable earbuds, pint glasses, hats and more.
— We're giving away 2 prize packs containing a bed, a scratcher, a toy, and a dish, among other things.
— With some paint, glue, felt, and simple materials, you and your kids can "catify" holiday decorations.
— A healthy catnip plant in your garden might give you a surplus; here are some DIY suggestions.
— My four cats don't always play nice -- but if they're near a wood stove, there's love all around.
— Do you want to keep tabs on your cat's pooping and peeing trends? There's an app for that.
— One cat needed more room away from the others, so she linked two rooms that shared a wall.
— My collection of cat-inspired clothes, accessories, houseware, and artwork is classy and cute.
— Thanksgiving means a huge break in your cat's routine. Here's how to help her get through it.
— Cardboard is great for cats; here are my favorite scratchers, loungers, hideaways, and toys.
— Most Thanksgiving foods are okay in moderation, but it's the extras in some foods -- and excessive consumption -- that cause cats problems.
— Certain things I do are guaranteed "cat magnets" in my house, and I have pictures to prove it.
— It's designed to put litter-box debris directly into a bag as you scoop, saving a step and avoiding dust.
— You might have to reassess how you provide for your cat's health care. Our tips can help.
— Indoors cats are much safer than outdoor cats, but plenty of health risks still exist in the home.
— Because it's Halloween! Stay safe on this potentially dangerous holiday with these tips.
— Before the trick-or-treaters come by and the party starts, do these things to keep your cat safe.
— The pieces easily connect and disconnect so you can remodel often. We're giving away three.
— My cats made a wish list before we moved; it seems I found the right place for all of us.
— Tired of your cat batting around her bowl? That won't be an issue with the heavy-duty Robusto.
— When your cat trips a wireless sensor outside, it activates light and sound inside the house.
— My husband and I are "Mommy and Daddy," and all our cats are "brothers and sisters," even though they aren't. We didn't plan it this way!
— While flying to New England, I look for a present for Thomas -- and I deface airline barf bags.
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