Cats don't get aggressive out of nowhere. An aggressive cat is usually behaving that way for a good reason. Here are seven reasons why cats become aggressive — plus the warning signs and how to handle each.
With Thanksgiving upon us, I decided to see if my cat, Stella, was capable of experiencing gratitude. (Hmmm, I could be here all day …) Hey Stella, with Thanksgiving around the corner, I was wondering if you’re thankful for anything? I hope not. What should I be thankful for? Plenty of things. Me, for instance. …
Modifying genes means endless possibilities for cat colors and patterns. From tabby cats to pointed patterns to tricolors like calicos, let’s learn more!
Let’s talk about cat trilling — from why only certain cats make this noise to how cats use it to communicate with us and each other — and more.
Cat yowling is among the strangest — and most alarming — cat sounds out there. So, why do cats yowl? And what does it mean when your cat yowls?
Isn't that cat belly just begging for a rub, pet or tickle? Why do cats show us their bellies? And do cats like belly rubs? The answers vary.
Let's dive into understanding cat tail language — what the movements and positions of your cat’s most intriguing appendage mean.
A cat with a swollen or bloated stomach may have ascites. What causes abdominal fluid buildup in cats? How can ascites in cats be treated?
Cat pupils do more than respond to light. Discover how your cat’s pupils are the keys to her mood — and can even tell you if you need to see a vet ASAP.