Day: January 5, 2016

Cat Breaks All His Resolutions 10 Minutes Into the New Year

Two minutes into the new year, things were going well for Mr. Sandwiches, a 10-year-old gray-and-white long-haired cat from Fresno, California. He hadn’t broken a single resolution on the list he had painstaking assembled in the months leading up to 2016. He had high hopes. And then he tipped over the dog’s water bowl. “Technically, …

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Ask a Vet: What Does It Mean if a Cat Can’t Produce Tears?

An editor at Catster recently asked about tear production in cats. Executive editor Vicky Walker‘s friend, Bisi, adopted a cat who does not consistently produce tears in one eye. Chesta the tabby receives eye drops several times each day, but the eye remains painful and itchy. Why does this happen, and what can be done about it? Tears, as I’m …

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Kim Grant’s Cat Toys Are Fun for Felines as Well as Humans

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in the November/December 2015 issue of Catster print magazine. Click here to subscribe to Catster magazine. Kim Grant is the creative genius behind K Grant Designs, a small company creating some of the most unique handmade cat toys on the market. Kim’s designs feature fun themes and brilliant packaging that …

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Meet Olive and Rye, a Calico and a Tortie With a Following

You’re getting a double dose of online cat action today as we profile a couple of kitties who came from rescue roots at Philly PAWS to become social media darlings. Their names are Olive (a calico) and Rye (a tortoiseshell), and their Instagram account is an elegant peek into their lives. Adopted by their humans on …

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