What can you do about a cat meowing at night? And why do cats meow at night in the first place? Here's how to get a good night's sleep with your cats.
Ever wondered, “Why does my cat follow me?” You’re not alone! We take a look at some of the reasons why your cat — and even stray cats — might follow you.
Oh no! Could that be blood in your cat’s poop? We’ve got pointers on identifying blood in cat poop and what to do about blood in cat poop.
Searching for a journal you’ll love looking at every day? Check out Dean Russo’s colorful cat journals — they promote rescue awareness, too!
Yes, cats can get kidney stones, too. So, what are the symptoms of kidney stones in cats, and what should you do about kidney stones in cats?
Is your cat wheezing or is it just a hairball? Here's how to tell the difference, why cats wheeze and what you should do about cat wheezing.
Do hypoallergenic cat breeds exist? The answer is complicated, but cat allergy sufferers may be able to live with a few hypoallergenic cat breeds.
Let's dive into understanding cat tail language — what the movements and positions of your cat’s most intriguing appendage mean.
Pet parents might already know about the dangers associated with dogs and grapes — but can cats eat grapes? The answer isn’t a simple one. Here’s why.
Does a Sphynx cat need grooming even though it's a hairless breed? And are Sphynx cats even truly hairless to begin with? Let's find out more.
Isn't that cat belly just begging for a rub, pet or tickle? Do cats like belly rubs? The answer really depends on the cat and how you do it. Plus, discover what it means when your cat shows his belly!
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.
How can you tell if your cat has ear mites and how do you treat (and even prevent!) ear mites on cats? We’ve covered everything you need to know about ear mites on cats here.