— Here are some tips -- easy ways to reduce anxiety related to vet visits for you and your cat alike.
— Weird weather, loud construction, and a scavenged deviled egg conspired to create unnerving tummy troubles for my dear Brandy.
— Much like a high school class or a workplace, a shelter has several types; let's meet them.
— Here's why some kitties groom their humans -- and what to do if yours needs an intervention.
— Plenty of science says that pediatric spay/neuter does no long-term harm. Here’s why.
— Follow these behavior and environmental-enrichment tips to help cats with visual, hearing, or mobility disabilities feel loved and secure.
— In Humane Lobby Days, the Humane Society of the U.S. visits state capitols to train people to work with legislators on laws related to animals.
— Feline teeth are a wonder -- and quite scary. Find out why they got that way.
— I have rituals to remember the special cats in my life, and they really do revive happy times.
— Why do cats have cute little jellybean toes? Learn this and other cool facts about your cat’s feet.
— Composing and singing songs about your cat is great fun -- here's how to get started.
— Not only does it keep “death breath” at bay, but it can also save your cat’s life.
— On Shut-in Visitation Day, people reach out to those unable to leave their homes -- here's how you can help with cat caretaking.
— Alcoholic beverages can have immediate and dire effects on our feline friends -- here's why.
— Here are 11 things you can do for Random Acts of Kindness Week to help cats and cat owners.
— Here are tips to help cats who aren't socialized or who hide because of previous trauma.
— One minute your cat is ready for her Instagram close-up, the next minute she's licking her butt. Is it a coincidence -- or is she messing with you?
— No cats are hypoallergenic, but here are things you can do in your house and with your cat to lessen the effects on people who are allergic.
— Cats and owners need bonding time, so my tips include lots of treats and playtime for you.
— February is a month of spuds, including Potato Lovers Month and National Sweet Potato Month. Are these veggies safe to share with our cats?
— Cats and toddlers can coexist despite allergies, and the kitty won't suck the breath out of a baby.
— January is National Artichoke and Asparagus Month. Both are low-calorie, vitamin-rich vegetables, but are they any good for cats?
— At least 100 dogs and cats are in my workplace every day; here’s how we make it work for all.
— I see many kids forced to find homes for cats on short notice, but having a pet can teach important lessons and bring parents and teens closer.
— Cold weather makes life uncomfortable even for indoor cats; here are tips for making it easier.
— Travel with pets can be tricky; here are tips to ease your anxieties and those of your cat.
— It's National Granola Bar Day; while these are delicious snack treats for humans, here are 3 reasons why you shouldn't feed them to your cat.
— Forget to clean the litter box and you soon hit a wall of pungent aroma. Here are tips to avoid that.
— I convert them into positive thinking so I can enjoy all parts of my relationship with my cats.
— Where does this ubiquitous snack rank in feline nutrition? Is popcorn healthy or harmful for cats?
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