• Introducing A New Cat To A Household With A Resident Cat

    Introducing A New Cat To A Household With A Resident Cat

    You've decided to take the plunge and go from a one- to a two-cat household; we provide a suggested timeline and tips for a successful transition for both felines.

  • Help, My Kitten Bites!

    Help, My Kitten Bites!

    Fortunately, there are ways to keep your kitten from sinking her little fangs into your ankles every time you turn away.

  • Happy World Spay Day: Time To Get It Done

    Happy World Spay Day: Time To Get It Done

    With overpopulated shelters and rescues, World Spay Day brings awareness to the problem, encouraging pet owners to spay and neuter their pet dogs and cats.

  • Cats And Heart Disease

    Cats And Heart Disease

    The role of genetics has not been definitively determined in other families or breeds, although some association has been documented in American Shorthairs and Persians.

  • How To Keep Your Cat Fit And Healthy

    How To Keep Your Cat Fit And Healthy

    How will you know if your cat is back in good shape? Cats are athletes and their body condition should show it. The ideal cat is lean and muscular with an obvious waistline.

  • February Is National Pet Dental Month

    February Is National Pet Dental Month

    70 percent of cats have some kind of oral disease by the age of 3, and good oral health can add up to five years to your pet's life.

  • Mean Kitty Valentine’s Day Will Melt Your Heart [VIDEO]

    Mean Kitty Valentine’s Day Will Melt Your Heart [VIDEO]

    Mean Kitty shows us what's truly important!

  • Health Benefits To Spaying & Neutering Your Cat

    Health Benefits To Spaying & Neutering Your Cat

    Want to help reduce number of cats overcrowding shelters? Spaying or neutering your cat is the best thing you can do.

  • Simon’s Cat: Hidden Treasures

    Simon’s Cat: Hidden Treasures

    A funny episode of Simon’s Cat, where the frisky feline discovers a treasure trove underneath the kitchen’s refrigerator in "Hidden Treasure:"

  • Teach Your Cat To Sit

    Teach Your Cat To Sit

    Once he's learned to sit, use the command to redirect cat behaviors you don't like. For instance, if your cat likes to jump on your kitchen counter while you're cooking, reward him for sitting at your feet instead.

  • Cats See Things That Are Invisible To Humans

    Cats See Things That Are Invisible To Humans

    Next time your cat reacts to something in the room that you don't see, you may want to consider that your cat can literally see things that are invisible to you.

  • 50 Funny Cat Memes

    50 Funny Cat Memes

    A collection of funny cat pictures, with hilarious captions supplied by humans, collected from the Internet.

  • Teach Your Cat To Come

    Teach Your Cat To Come

    You can teach your cat to come to you using a verbal command, the same way a dog does, just follow these easy steps and remember that consistency is key.

  • Mama Cat Nurses Pit Bull Pup [VIDEO]

    Mama Cat Nurses Pit Bull Pup [VIDEO]

    A cat with four newborns to feed made room for an unfortunate Pit Bull puppy, who had been rejected by his mother, by feeding the pup and taking him for her own.

  • Tips For Leaving Your Cat Home Alone

    Tips For Leaving Your Cat Home Alone

    It's true - cats do get separation anxiety, and it can manifest itself via a variety of symptoms, including going outside the litter box, vomiting, and more.

  • Chihuahua Cares For Orphaned Kittens

    Chihuahua Cares For Orphaned Kittens

    What the kittens needed was a mom, and they found one in the most unlikely candidate: a dog.

  • Man Risks Life To Rescue Stray Cat

    Man Risks Life To Rescue Stray Cat

    Wayne Keith, 53, who is described as an animal lover by his best friend, pursued the cat with the intention of rescuing it. However, his yard ends at a 30-foot drop...

  • Spaying Or Neutering Your Cat: What To Expect

    Spaying Or Neutering Your Cat: What To Expect

    Your little baby is all grown up and about ready to be spayed (if she is a girl) or neutered (if he is a boy). Here's what to expect...

  • Cat Urinating Outside Litter Box, Spraying, And Roaming

    Cat Urinating Outside Litter Box, Spraying, And Roaming

    Cats communicate with each other in various ways. One of the primary ways is through scent. Each cat's urine and feces (stool) has a unique scent, so that when a cat urinates or defecates in a specific location, it is communicating with other cats that may come along later.

  • Choosing A Shelter Cat

    Choosing A Shelter Cat

    When it comes to adopting cats, the trouble usually isn’t unruly behavior or poor health. Most of the time, the biggest problem these felines have is that they need a home.

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