— A child will probably want a kitten rather than a cat, but that might not be best; here are tips.
— September is National Preparedness Month. Here's how you can prepare yourself and your cat for the unpredictability of an earthquake.
— Start by adoring them and sitting on their laps to purr away the arthritis, then follow these ideas.
— Here are some ways to make sure your older cat gets to live out his best years in good health.
— Some of the supposedly new flea-preventatives are the same things with other pesticides added.
— Cats are different than humans, so people medication is dangerous for cats. Here's why.
— Cats who fall from high windows suffer a number of injuries -- it happens often enough that it has its own name: high-rise syndrome.
— I make my house safe for my cats because I've learned you don't mess around with house fires.
— Wanting to expand your animal family is easy, but don't take such a decision lightly.
— Independence Day means fireworks and chaos; here are tips on protecting your cat and her health.
— Proper handling is part of it, but how about tossing that floss lying on the bathroom floor as well?
— For adult cats, the worries about coccidia are a bit overblown -- it's a matter of the immune system to the rescue -- but kittens are another story.
— Cats like to have places to feel secure; here are tips on giving your kitty a happy place of her own.
— There is a loose correlation between cool, wet noses and good health in cats -- but a nose that's too wet can be more of a problem than a dry one.
— Just because a hotel is pet-friendly does not mean it's safe for your cats; here's what to watch for.
— If a tornado strike is a common occurrence in your area, don't be caught off guard when it hits.
— You'll make a difference to one cat -- and you'll pay it forward for many more.
— In our home, I've found a cat carrier is the perfect place for my needy Zorro, a former feral who I'm introducing to my other cats.
— Hunting is dangerous -- for the prey as well as the predator. Here's how to satisfy your cat's natural instincts while she's safe inside.
— Cats communicate multidimensionally -- by using voice, scent, and body language.
— Sometimes owners request vets to perform "secret euthanasias" to keep the decision from family members; I wonder how common this is?
— What you need to know in case of an emergency, and what should be in your pet's evacuation kit.
— A pet sitter came to the vet's office with a cat who had a potentially fatal condition. Was it the sitter's fault?
— I never imagined my sweet Ghost Cat would be a bully, but staying with friends and their cats taught me how to deal with behavior problems.
— The cat carrier is more than a tool to haul a cat to the vet in. Here's how I use mine around the house to make life easier.
— Are you in a flea zone, too? Here's how I'll try to keep them away from my cats and dog.
— Too many litter boxes ignore the needs of the cat. Here's what's wrong with them, and how to find the perfect box.
— I'm in the process -- here are tips from what I've learned helping Zorro become an indoor cat.
— Cat owners often ask how much their pets should be fed, but common sense is more likely than science to provide the answer.
— Here are some of the ways I'm helping myself and my cats live longer, healthier lives together.
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