— My Lucipurr is the dominant cat, but during her spay recovery, Freyja staged a coup d'etat.
— I haven't touched alcohol in more than a year. It has been hard, but my cats make it easier.
— Lance Vaughan, co-founder of the classic TV site, talks about Gato, Wally, Figgy, Rory, and Kevin.
— Clearly, my cat believes it's necessary to save his humans' lives by keeping them awake at night.
— Olive is the bitiest, scratchiest kitten ever, but in a 12-pound body -- why wouldn't she be in trouble with the U.S. Postal Service?
— My cat's diarrhea wouldn't stop, so my vet suggested a "regular" kibble -- and it worked.
— I named him Reek because of the foul stench he carried from the hoard. Then things got better.
— Maybe cat-like obsessions such as doing chin-ups on a drawer aren't bad things.
— I know now that cats mourn the loss of their special humans, as much if not more than we do.
— During winter cats seek out warm places, including cars; follow these tips to make sure you don't have an unknown passenger.
— My worst fears had come true: Señor was injured and in pain, but he eventually made it home.
— An esteemed professor said, "After today you will never simply pet an animal again." She was right.
— It damaged me so much I've never been able to talk about it -- FIP is a hateful, merciless disease.
— Serious question, you guys. I'm not sure I can leave Brandy, my senior kitty.
— Agnes had to be fine because I needed her to be fine, and if she wasn't fine I'd fall apart even more and that didn't seem possible.
— I imagine the reception that Dad received in Heaven was filled with barks and purrs, whinnies and moos, and even some chirps and screeches.
— "My neighbors' children like to name your cats, which I doubt you have done, since you have so many. Don't you ever wonder where your cats go?"
— In honor of Cat Appreciation Month, let's talk about what makes us grateful for our kitties.
— I know trap-neuter-return and vaccination is right for Zorro, but I don't want to risk our tenuous trust.
— When the time comes, my teenagers will be responsible pet parents of their own.
— I bent down and held out my hand to her. “Are you Tiki?” I asked. And I swear to you –- really, this happened –- she nodded at me.
— I like to think of myself as the best cat mama ever, but nobody's perfect. Here are some epic fails.
— He was one of three kittens who I nursed through the night, and I said, “If you live, I’ll keep you.”
— It was after an animal communications workshop in Northern California, where I learned to listen.
— It's safe where I live to take my cats outside to play each day. Would you do that?
— I felt terrible taking him back because I had made a commitment to him, but we weren't a good match.
— It took a tragedy to open the window for an intervention -- but things are looking up now.
— I didn't spay my cat out of fear and guilt, and then tragedy struck: She fell ill with pyometra.
— That was my experience last year, so I'm carefully introducing my new kitten to my dog..
— I've struggled with mental health issues all my life, but rescuing and adopting my two cats has brought me a long way back from the edge.
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