• Fireworks Can Be Dangerous For Pets – 4th Of July Safety

    Fireworks Can Be Dangerous For Pets – 4th Of July Safety

    Comforting your pets when fireworks begin is essential: They can easily get stressed out by the strange, unknown noises, and, in turn, make other pets uneasy.

  • 30 Patriotic Cats Celebrating The Fourth Of July

    30 Patriotic Cats Celebrating The Fourth Of July

    These kitties are ready to celebrate Independence Day and have some summer fun! They're showing off their patriotic side!

  • Sphynx Cat And Dachshund Enjoy The Air Conditioning [VIDEO]

    Sphynx Cat And Dachshund Enjoy The Air Conditioning [VIDEO]

    A hairless Sphynx cat in an epic play session with a tenacious Weiner-dog mix - find out which animal comes out on top.

  • 8 Cats Who Love Fish In Honor Of ‘Go Fishing Day’

    8 Cats Who Love Fish In Honor Of ‘Go Fishing Day’

    Cats aren’t always big fans of water. But some of them will brave those fears to be with their fishy friends.

  • Happy Father’s Day! Men And Cats By David Williams

    Happy Father’s Day! Men And Cats By David Williams

    Amazing photos of men and their cats taken by New York photographer David Williams. Looking for a good man who likes cats? Look no further! These images will make you think.

  • July 5th Is The Busiest Day Of The Year For U.S. Animal Shelters

    July 5th Is The Busiest Day Of The Year For U.S. Animal Shelters

    On July 5, while many people relax after Independence Day, some spend the day searching desperately for their lost pets who were frightened by July 4 fireworks.

  • Cats And Stomach Cancer

    Cats And Stomach Cancer

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Leiomyosarcoma of Stomach, Small and Large intestine in Cats Leiomyosarcoma is an uncommon cancerous tumor, which, in this case, arises from the smooth muscles of the stomach and intestines. This extremely dangerous and painful disease affects mostly older cats (more than six years old), though all breeds are equally predisposed […]

  • July 4th Safety Tips For Your Pet

    July 4th Safety Tips For Your Pet

    The top five 4th of July holiday tips, including firework safety, proper diet, costumes, and more advice to make Independence Day safe for humans and pets.

  • Cats And Conjunctivitis

    Cats And Conjunctivitis

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Conjunctivitis in Cats Conjunctivitis refers to the inflammation of the moist tissues in a cat’s eye, which are the portions of the eye located near the globe and up to the edge of the cornea — the front part of the eye. It can cause the cat’s eye to discharge […]

  • 10 Facts About Cats And Mice

    10 Facts About Cats And Mice

    Not all cats are inherent mouse hunters. In ancient Egypt, the cat was first valued for devouring rodents that infested the village grain bins. Eventually, people began to admire their other traits, and cats became helpers as well as beloved members of the family.

  • Cats And Distemper

    Cats And Distemper

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Feline Panleukopenia Virus in Cats Feline Panleukopenia virus (FPV), also commonly referred to as feline distemper, is a highly contagious and life-threatening viral disease in the cat population. This virus affects the rapidly dividing blood cells in the body, primarily the cells in the intestinal tract, bone marrow, and in […]

  • Why It Is NEVER Okay To Declaw A Cat

    Why It Is NEVER Okay To Declaw A Cat

    Declawing doesn't just remove a cat's nails, it involves bone amputation and leads to all sorts of health problems. Here are some safe alternatives.

  • Cats And Lymphoma

    Cats And Lymphoma

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Cancer of the Lymphocytes in Cats Lymphoma is a type of cancer that originates in the lymphocyte cells. A type of white blood cell, lymphocytes play an important and integral role in the body’s defenses in the immune system. There are two forms of lymphocytes: B and T cells. Lymphoma […]

  • Cats And Rabies

    Cats And Rabies

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Rabies is an inflammatory infection that specifically affects the gray matter of the cat’s brain and its central nervous system (CNS). The primary way the rabies virus is transmitted to cats in the United States is through a bite from a disease carrier: foxes, raccoons, skunks, and bats. Infectious virus […]

  • Best Maine Coon Cat Names

    Best Maine Coon Cat Names

    As the name suggests, the Maine Coon cat originated in the state of Maine. There are several stories that attempt to explain how the breed came into existense. One story claims that Maine Coon cats are a cross between a cat and a raccoon, though it seems more likely that the breed is a cross […]

  • Children Of Military Families Benefit From Pets

    Children Of Military Families Benefit From Pets

    A study by a Tufts University researcher reveals that children in military families are better at coping with stress if there is a pet dog or cat in the household.

  • Cats And Mouth Cancer

    Cats And Mouth Cancer

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Gingival Fibrosarcoma in Cats As cats age, they sometimes develop growths in their mouths. One type of growth is a fibrosarcoma, a cancerous growth derived from fibrous connective tissue. Fibrosarcomas are relatively low in malignancy, growing slowly and generally not spreading to other organs, though they do aggressively invade other […]

  • 11 Pictures Of Celebrity Cat Dads For Father’s Day [GALLERY]

    11 Pictures Of Celebrity Cat Dads For Father’s Day [GALLERY]

    Happy Father's Day to all the cat dads out there. Every cat dad deserves to be treated like a celebrity for a day, so do something special for the kitty daddy in your life

  • Cats And Skin Cancer

    Cats And Skin Cancer

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats The epidermis, or skin, consists of several layers. The outer layer is made up of scale like cells called the squamous epithelium. This layer of tissue covers the surface of much of the body, and lines the cavities of the body. A squamous cell […]

  • Why Drink Alone When You Can Drink Wine With Your Cat?

    Why Drink Alone When You Can Drink Wine With Your Cat?

    It's non-alcoholic but it DOES have a kick! It's made from catnip and fresh beets.

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