— With April showers come windshield wipers that do their thing: scaring the bejesus out of cats.
— For every question, Cosmo's answer would be cat-related -- and get that big, red, buzzing "X."
— Learn the rules: A cat is never wrong. No matter what a cat does, the cat meant to do it.
— Barf on my favorite blanket? Incessant meowing? Yeah, those are ways they make me smile.
— Q: How do cats celebrate St. Patrick's Day? A: With really bad poetry!
— It seems like they don't, but they might just be the cleverest, wisest yoga teachers out there.
— Piles of papers, pens, and the awesomeness of the printer? That's maximum playtime for cats!
— Is it anticipation? Frustration? Or this really cool thing scientists studying monkeys discovered?
— Even with mad jumping skills and feline grace, sometimes a confident cat doesn't make it.
— I present my trifecta of cool -- clothing, confidence, and compassion -- and how it fits with men who openly love cats.
— Mine do sometimes -- and when they don't, I imagine how the dream would change if they did.
— I give them choices, allow time for replies, and sing to them in meows. What, you don't?
— Unlimited Fancy Feast, 24-hour playtime, endless adoration; what would dominate your cats' desire?
— Stretchy toes, dangled legs, stacked feet -- these all drive me batty in the best possible way.
— It turns out that some magical cats not only can swim, but they're also pretty darn good at it.
— I never thought love would grow between Zorro Garcia and Jamie Bluebell, but it's happening!
— Here are tips on how to recognize stress and anxiety in cat behavior -- and how to reduce it.
— Playing Scrabble, enjoying brunch, wearing bad sandals -- they look just like fuzzy little people!
— In honor of If Pets Had Thumbs Day, we show you why you do NOT want your cat to have thumbs.
— It's a great excuse for my cats to eat less, respect my boundaries, and be a little less disgusting.
— Cats' natural activity patterns might appear to humans to be sleep disorders, but some serious medical problems can disrupt cats' sleep.
— A good cat sitter should understand the nuances of cats and be able to notice when things are okay and when things may be a little off.
— Mine do: One needs chin scritches, the other my lap, and the third, well, just a nice box.
— The more cats I have, the more money I seem to save. Here's my theory on how that happens.
— These cats know that finding the sun for a long winter's nap is crucial to everyday happiness.
— I treat my cats very well, but some people call them spoiled. They just don't get it.
— Classy-sounding nicknames make me laugh -- case in point, I call my chowhound, Saffy, "Maxine Platterton of Redlobstershire."
— "Slow down!" "I'll be out in a second!" "I love you!" Cats and kids aren't really that different.
— I took it for granted that the cats in our family would like me best ... until they didn't.
— For the string-loving cats of the Hissy Fit Review Team, it's a hit -- or maybe a swat and a pounce.
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