— Our cats are not immune to this highly aggressive malignancy; know the warning signs of breast cancer in cats and how you can prevent it.
— I worked hard to help him gain weight, but at four months old, I knew it was time to say goodbye.
— Most Thanksgiving foods are okay in moderation, but it's the extras in some foods -- and excessive consumption -- that cause cats problems.
— Humans stuff themselves with rich Thanksgiving cuisine, but we kitties should observe moderation.
— Feral and stray cats helped clean the city in Puerto Rico of rats, but they were later seen as the problem; along came Save A Gato to help.
— Nearly four weeks on the job, 29 cats trapped, and I was done, physically and emotionally.
— I still can't believe my luck: Never in my life have I had a vet visit that was so thoroughly positive.
— I recently went through a culinary adventure with my Siouxsie, who suddenly despised her cat food.
— One sliver of Thanksgiving turkey turned her from an adorable kitten to a vocal tryptophan addict.
— A reader asks about tactics to make her older cat more comfortable (and quiet) after hours.
— "Bacons and Other Stuff" celebrates "cat logic" and food; part of the proceeds go to the Paw Project.
— You might have to reassess how you provide for your cat's health care. Our tips can help.
— I had no idea my older cat would react with hisses when my little one got back from spay surgery. Here's how to smooth the homecoming.
— WNL? DDx? DUDE? Here are meanings behind 10 common acronyms used in your cat's vet records.
— Type 2 diabetes mellitus is becoming increasingly common in cats. It cannot be cured, but it can be managed.
— Indoors cats are much safer than outdoor cats, but plenty of health risks still exist in the home.
— It happened to me with my Belladonna just the other day, and it took me completely by surprise.
— Preventative treatment and hygiene help fight these parasites that spread their eggs via cat poop.
— I once put my cats in costumes for holidays, but scratches and frustrated felines made me look for other ways to get funny cat pictures.
— When Murphy came down with the painful face sores, I avoided steroids and antibiotics by going the natural route, and it worked!
— Cat dander is an inescapable fact of cat biology. Excessive amounts of cat dandruff could be symptomatic of a more serious condition.
— My cats love messing with household objects that could do them in, from plastic bags to little rubber choking hazards. What about yours?
— If you can't take your cats with you, you need to do something more than extra food and water.
— Many people claim flea meds have failed, but I wonder whether they're using them properly.
— My cats made a wish list before we moved; it seems I found the right place for all of us.
— Adequate heat, food, entrances, and shelters are among the things to consider in cold weather.
— Winter approaches; here's a way to help feral cats.
— Cats are carnivores -- the nutrients found in meat are essential to their growth and to the maintenance of all their vital systems.
— I don't think they should, and I can't believe we’re asking this question without even a trace of irony.
— Can a new cat in a household spread herpes to the cat who already lived there? Well, cats can't catch something they already have.
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