— My cat refused his high-quality food, so I resorted to cheaper fare, and it's been a long road back.
— I followed a cat-head pancake recipe I found online -- how do you think it turned out?
— Some human foods are perfectly safe for cats, while others are not; you might be surprised which is which.
— Changing to a food with more sodium can make a cat drink more water, but so can other things.
— Tender peach meat is generally safe for felines to eat, but the outer skin and inner core present very real threats to cat health.
— The truth is that no one really knows, but I believe most commercial diets don't qualify as ideal.
— As temperatures rise this summer, help your cat stay cool with these cat-friendly frozen treats.
— Featuring nine tubes of varying heights, this slow feeder requires kitties to scoop up their food, resulting in slower and safer eating.
— Cat owners often ask how much their pets should be fed, but common sense is more likely than science to provide the answer.
— Highlights from the 60 labels in the new book include Play Boy Cat Food, "Meat Chunks," and a cat who sprays deodorant on himself.
— Since the massive pet food recall of 2007, the cat-owning public has been on alert. Here's what to do if you learn your cat's food has been recalled.
— Three winners each get Smittens treats, Pro Bloom instant goat's milk, and Prowl dehydrated food.
— My cat's diarrhea wouldn't stop, so my vet suggested a "regular" kibble -- and it worked.
— A dangerous trend has surfaced of people forcing their cats to be vegan. Here's why this is a really bad idea.
— One cat's a vacuum while another loves to nibble, but there are strategies to deal with it.
— Wouldn't it be great if I could just put out dishes of food and everyone would be happy? AS IF!
— A new study says yes, but my experience has shown the opposite. Have you done this?
— Each of the three packs we're giving away features a bowl from the Milano Collection and two boxes of Purrfectly Natural cat treats.
— I'm interested in all things intuitive, including the prospect of interpreting a cat's food patterns.
— A few months ago I let my cat choose my outfit -- this time, I ask him to create my lunch menu.
— The recall affects 20-pound bags in 23 states after an FDA test showed potential contamination.
— Cat won't eat? First, rule out medical issues, then try these tips to make food tempting again.
— My cats love eating strange things, including olives and burritos. Are yours the same way?
— We always make holiday treats for our family and friends -- this year we decided to make a cat treat as well!
— Canned food and kibble seem like wholly different things, but their only difference is water content.
— Believe it or not, some cats love greens such as lettuce; here are some tips on which ones are safe.
— Your cat is part of your family too, so on special occasions, the Tuna Turkey is a fun treat.
— "This is a very challenging dish to eat," Colin McQuistan says of his culinary creation.
— We've seen repeated warnings for contaminated treats made in China or with ingredients sourced from China. When will we learn?
— Scientists announce they've discovered something the rest of us have known, well, forever.
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