March 17th is Saint Patrick’s Day! Humans aren’t the only ones going green for the holiday, though. Some of our kitties are getting into the St. Paddy’s spirit, too! Here are 30 cats who have the luck of the Irish on Saint Patrick’s Day!
March 17th is the big, green, Irish holiday we know and love. Hopefully you’re ready to go green, grab your shamrocks, and hang with your best buddy–your cat! Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day with these cute kitties!
There are a few hazards all cat owners should keep in mind before heading out to their Saint Paddy’s Day festivities—and we aren’t just talking about leprechauns. Make sure you keep your cat safe on Saint Patrick’s Day with these tips!
March is National Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month, and it’s a great time to go over some safety tips and prevent accidental poisoning in cats and other animals. Here’s a list of plants that could poison your cat.
Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is an infectious disease found in cats that’s often compared to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It weakens the immune system of infected cats and makes them susceptible to infections and diseases that don’t normally attack healthy felines. Here’s what you should know.
We all loving having two-way chats with our cats from time to time. However, at three in the morning, the calling, meowing, and howling can be a bit much. Here are a few ways to stop the cat noises from getting out of control.
Outdoor cats face many dangers lurking outside that can harm–or even kill–our beloved felines. Here are a few reasons indoor cats tend to be safer and live longer, and why you should keep your kitty inside your home if at all possible.
We’ve collected 50 of the most memorable cat quips spoken or put to pen by famous people from all walks of life. Read the funny, heartwarming, and profound quotes about cats below, uttered by such luminaries as Albert Einstein, Emily Dickinson, and Ernest Hemingway!
One of the more stressful parts of cat ownership is bringing a new cat into a home with a resident cat. But there are some steps you can take to help make the transition a peaceful one. Here’s a week-by-week guide to a good first impression.
World Spay Day is observed on the last Tuesday in February every year. It’s a day to promote awareness and encourage pet owners to have their female animals spayed–as well as neutering their male pets–to keep the pet population under control.
Kittens are endlessly fun and impossibly cute, but it’s also important to know exactly what you’re getting into when you adopt. Here’s a checklist for when you bring home a new kitten, including essential play, biting, and litter box tips.
While White House dogs get plenty of media attention, cats have also been running the show at times, comforting–and probably secretly influencing–our country’s leaders. Here’s a list of all the US Presidents’ cats and their names.
Looking for a little romance on Valentine’s Day? Make sure and look out for your pet’s safety, too, as items that show affection can be deadly for dogs and cats. Here are some tips for keeping furry family members safe on this holiday.
It’s February, and that means that Valentine’s Day is on our minds again. Of course, we want to spend this special day with our one true love–cats! Here are some kitties who would like to wish you a Happy Valentine’s Day just in time for the big day on February 14th!
Periodontal disease–or gum disease–is one of the most common diseases your cat might suffer from. About 70 percent of cats over the age of three have some form of oral disease. Here’s what you should know.
Your little baby is all grown up and about ready to be spayed if she’s a girl or neutered if he’s a boy. What should you expect before, during, and after the operation? Here are a few things you should know to prepare for the spaying or neutering procedure.
February is Pet Dental Health Month, so it’s a great time to learn about taking care of your cat’s teeth and mouth. Dental problems are some of the most common issues vets see in their patients. So does your cat really need dental care? Let’s dig into the answer.
Spaying or neutering your cat is one of the best things you can do for your pet’s health. During Spay/Neuter Awareness Month in February, take some time to learn about the health benefits of these important procedures.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reports 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats have some kind of oral disease by the age of three. That’s why National Pet Dental Health Month, observed all through February, is so important.
February is Responsible Pet Owners Month, and its a great time to learn about ways to keep your cat in shape and in good health. A solid diet and exercise program can help your cat get out of life in the fat lane and help them live longer.
Cats seem to see things we just can’t. Maybe they’re not seeing ghostly apparitions, but they certainly seem to be paying attention to something–and we humans don’t always know what that something might be. Is the idea of cats seeing forms of light and energy that we humans can’t based in any truth or science?