Is My Cat Normal?
That’s a good question. What exactly is “normal?” Chasing air? Hunting plastic bags? Hiding? Fetching?
Top 5 Tricks You Can Teach Any Cat With Clicker Training
You’ve heard the saying, “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” but some people think you can’t teach ANY cat ANY tricks. This simply isn’t true! Here are a few...
7 DIY Cat Food Puzzle Toys That Will Keep Your Kitty’s Brain Active
Food puzzle toys have been shown to reduce stress and boredom in cats, and they're very easy to make on your own. Give these do-it-yourself puzzles a try!
Purrs VS Roars: The Secret Reason Why Cats Who Purr Can Never Roar
Have you ever wondered why domestic cats purr but are never seen roaring? Meanwhile, big felines like lions can let out huge roars but never make a simple, happy purr sound.
Blind Dog And “Seeing Eye” Cat
Terfel’s outlook on life changed drastically the day that his owner, Judy Godfrey-Brown of Holyhead, North Wales, took in a small stray cat.
10 Thrill-Seeking Adventure Cats
Cats might be wonderfully contented creatures who very much embrace that fact that they're engineered to sleep for around 20 hours each day, but that hasn't stopped a rogue band of felines forming their own highly energetic adventure cats movement.
Our First Big Loss: Helping Children Through The Grieving Process And Loss Of A Pet
The death of a pet is the first loss that many of us can remember. That's why you so often see the online security question, "What was the name of your first pet?"
Is It Better To Feed My Cat Wet Or Dry Cat Food?
The question of recommending feeding wet or dry cat food to a cat is a debate at the forefront of the veterinary field at present.
Should I Make My Cat Work For Food?
A new study shows that indoor cats who work for their food are happier and healthier and exhibit less destructive or aggressive behavior.
Why Do Some Cats Drink Water With Their Paws?
I get asked a lot about why some cats choose to do this. After doing some online research it seems...
5 Brain Games To Keep Your Cat Mentally Stimulated
A bored cat is a destructive cat. Try these fun brain games that will keep your kitty's mind sharp and let her use her natural instincts.
Cats And Kidney Disease: What You Need To Know
Congenital (existing at birth) and developmental kidney diseases are part of a group of diseases in which the kidney may be abnormal in its ability to function normally, or may be abnormal in appearance, or both.
Top 14 Most Playful Cat Breeds
Cats love to play — some more than others. Some cats love to play with anything they can get their paws on, toy or not; if they can’t find an object to bat around, then they’ll invent something to keep entertained.
Dear Tabby: Cat Won’t Stop Clawing Furniture!
My wife and I just got a cat for our family and everyone loves her. The only problem is that Furball is clawing our dining room chairs into ribbons.
Top 10 Most-Searched Cat Breeds And Mixes
If you think of cats as being aloof and independent, it’s only because you haven’t yet met a Tonkinese.
Cats And Gum Disease: What You Need To Know
Periodontal disease is an inflammation of some or all of a tooth’s deep supporting structures. It is one of the most common diseases in cats today.
30 Shameless Cats Who Are Up In Your Grill [GALLERY]
These cats just don't care about your personal space. They want to be in your face, and there's nothing you can do to stop them!
41 Awesome Cats Before And After Finding Their Forever Homes [GALLERY]
It's so inspiring to see these pics of awesome cats who survived the odds and found happy forever homes. Cuddle up with your furry family and enjoy!
5 Ways To Show Your Cats Love That They Can Understand
You can buy all the toys, treats, and fancy cat beds in the world, but to really show your cats love, you have to do it in ways that they understand!
17 Awesome Reasons To Own A Cat
If you don’t own a cat yet, these 17 benefits have probably convinced you that it’s time to go visit an animal rescue or shelter and adopt a furry friend! If you do own a cat, give your kitty a special treat as a “thank you” for all the benefits she brings to your life every day.
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