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— 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.
— I try to make it fun -- playing seems to be the great equalizer when it comes to cats and behavior.
— 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.
— If your kitty is waking you up way before the crack of dawn, consider these five tips for getting more shut-eye.
— Kitten flying off the wall? Older cats annoyed? Try these behavior and training strategies.
— You have several cats but one demands all of your time? Here are tips to spread the fun around.
— Remember Jinx the cat flushing the toilet in "Meet the Parents"? That's Dawn's work, and her cat!
— When I introduced my cat and dog, I tried to do everything right. So how did it go so wrong?
— Here are ways to tend to your cat's health and behavior during a big seasonal transition.
— Here's how I helped my insecure black cat, Rama Dassa, learn to trust and love.
— And now, a look inside the feline mind during this annual ritual.
— "We decided to throw in the towel -- especially the nasty one we'd had to leave near the toilet for weeks to catch all the 'misses' and litter."
— Do you live with a cat who will do anything to avoid getting near a pet carrier? It doesn't have to be that way.
— Thomas does -- it goes from kitchen to garage -- and it was way easy to install and train him to use.
— The owner of Go, Cat, Go talks about cat behavior, human behavior, working with Jackson Galaxy, and his cat-socializing work in a shelter.
— I’ve tried it with four cats and gotten four different reactions -- my Siouxsie, however, just loved it.
— I’m just not okay with a cat using the toilet, and here are eight reasons why. What do you think?
— Guess what? Apparently there IS a right way to play with your cat.
— We love our cats. But sometimes they bite -- hard. These training methods will end the bad behavior.
— Contrary to popular belief, you can use clicker training to stop unwanted behavior and strengthen the bond between you and your cat.
— I tried treats, toys, and even just snuggles, but I failed -- miserably. What's your experience?
— A reader rushed things, and now her cat is showing aggression. Here's how to do it right.
— Punishment doesn’t teach the cat what to do, and it can have bad side effects.
— We know you have questions about behavior problems -- now we have just the expert for you.
— While cats respond differently than dogs, they're not difficult to train. Here's how to get started.
— Things that kittens learn early include handling, scratching, playing, and knowing different kinds of humans.
— Moving is a stressful time for everybody -- including the cat. Here's how you can smooth your kitty's transition.
— He could be bored or in pain, or he never really learned how to play. Here's how to identify and treat aggression in cats.
— Using these gradual steps, you can say goodbye to cleaning the litter box.
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