— Accidents are always a potential cat-health issue; here's what you need for your cat's first-aid kit.
— Being ready in advance can help you keep your cool when your cat needs you most.
— If it's a single incident, don't worry. But a habitual problem can signal something seriously wrong.
— I adopted a pet rock and named him Benedict Cumberbatch; he's crucial for a stress-free life.
— Renting a house or apartment with four-legged roommates can be extremely difficult -- read our tips to help increase your chances.
— Biting, ignoring, and peeing on the bed are signs of stress, not revenge; here's how you can help.
— What you need to know in case of an emergency, and what should be in your pet's evacuation kit.
— With Sandy headed our way, I've readied myself and my cats for what's to come.
— You might know about toxic plants, but did you know these human foods can poison your cat?
— Outdoor cats find trouble at many turns, while indoor cats face spring hazards in the home.
— Keep your cat safe by using this infographic about poison prevention -- and tell others about it.
— Your mornings might be hard for a few days after you "spring forward," but what about for your cat?
— Cats' natural activity patterns might appear to humans to be sleep disorders, but some serious medical problems can disrupt cats' sleep.
— Short answer, no; we kitties are like performance cars, while dogs are like Dodge pickups.
— Weird weather, loud construction, and a scavenged deviled egg conspired to create unnerving tummy troubles for my dear Brandy.
— On Shut-in Visitation Day, people reach out to those unable to leave their homes -- here's how you can help with cat caretaking.
— Cats and owners need bonding time, so my tips include lots of treats and playtime for you.
— At least 100 dogs and cats are in my workplace every day; here’s how we make it work for all.
— Get natural cat health tips on vaccination, kitty litter, home health remedies, and nutrition.
— The vet doesn't have to be a scary place. Here's some advice on carriers and tips for the big day.
— Losing a kitty is a scary time; here are seven things you can do to help the search.
— When you live in a tiny home, a little cat hair quickly becomes a LOT; here are my survival tips.
— Lymphoma is the most common cancer in cats, and it varies in form and aggressiveness.
— I drive with my cats a lot. Here are tips on what I've learned to have with me in the car.
— Here are four common-sense new year's resolutions to keep your cats healthy and safe.
— A pet should never be an unexpected gift, and in this case a kitten might be an especially bad idea.
— Lit candles, traditional food, and costumes are chances for trouble; here's how to play it safe.
— Your cats at home get plenty of love and gifts for the holidays, shelter kitties should too!
— Keep your cats in mind as you decorate, celebrate, feast, and dash about town this holiday season.
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