• 50 Cat Memes: Grab-Bag Edition

    50 Cat Memes: Grab-Bag Edition

    Want to be amused? Dive into our selection of more than two dozen cat memes that cover such weighty topics as vanishing poop, communicating with humans, and exacting revenge.

  • Tabby’s Place Cat Rescue: Helping The Hopeless

    Tabby’s Place Cat Rescue: Helping The Hopeless

    Get to know Tabby’s Place. How did your organization get started? Our Founder and Executive Director, Jonathan Rosenberg, was never a cat person — at all. In the ‘80s and ‘90s, he was the first CTO of CNET. His gifts and savvy put him at the top of his game there…until his life was flipped […]

  • Domestic Cats Losing The Ability To Hunt?

    Domestic Cats Losing The Ability To Hunt?

    Approximately 10 million cats catch up to 275 million animals a year as prey – of which 55 million are birds, with reptiles and amphibians such as frogs also victims of the feline slaughter.

  • 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 […]

  • 25 Funny Cat Memes

    25 Funny Cat Memes

    25 more hilarious cat memes, with cats making (sometimes painful) pointed observations about life.

  • 24 Most Loving And Affectionate Cat Breeds That Will Melt Your Heart [GALLERY]

    24 Most Loving And Affectionate Cat Breeds That Will Melt Your Heart [GALLERY]

    Cats are known for being independent, but that doesn't mean they aren't loving and affectionate. These breeds are happy to follow you around and snuggle in your lap.

  • 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 […]

  • Yoga For Adoptable Shelter Cats

    Yoga For Adoptable Shelter Cats

    Yoga4Cats is just one of the latest creative ideas working to help find homes for the huge number of unwanted cats that are filling up shelters and rescues.

  • 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 […]

  • Kitten Loves Her “Mama” [VIDEO]

    Kitten Loves Her “Mama” [VIDEO]

    Adorable: A 4-week-old stray kitten is taken in by a family, and he immediately takes to the house’s dog Abby, a Saint Bernard with a heart of pure gold. A longer video, but make sure and stay tuned for when the kitten thinks its feeding time (the cat was bottle fed).

  • Keeping Your Cat Fit

    Keeping Your Cat Fit

    Diabetes, Fatty liver syndrome, and arthritis are a few diseases that occur in overweight cats, but you can get a feline to lose weight through diet and exercise.

  • How To Find A New Veterinarian For Your Cat

    How To Find A New Veterinarian For Your Cat

    "I just moved across the country and need to find a new vet. What questions should I be asking potential DVMs and how should I make my decision?"

  • Remembrance Rituals: What Some People Are Doing To Honor Their Pet When They Die

    Remembrance Rituals: What Some People Are Doing To Honor Their Pet When They Die

    It's important to transition from the mentality of “they died” to “let me tell you how he really lived.” This is true of people and pets.

  • Worm And Parasite Prevention In Cats

    Worm And Parasite Prevention In Cats

    How can I prevent my cat from getting worms?

  • Are Vaccines Necessary For Indoor Cats?

    Are Vaccines Necessary For Indoor Cats?

    Question: My cat lives indoors. Are vaccines necessary? Answer: Like many veterinarians, I wish I had a quick and simple answer, but there is no “one size fits all” solution to the complex (and sometimes controversial) question of what vaccines should be given to cats. Some people hesitate to vaccinate their cats due to concerns […]

  • 7 Things Pet Owners Do That Drive Veterinarians Crazy

    7 Things Pet Owners Do That Drive Veterinarians Crazy

    It’s a tough subject to tackle. After all, veterinarians do plenty of annoying things, too. But this particular post is all about you — well, not you, but the annoying yous among you.

  • 7 Things To Do If Your Cat Is Lost Or Missing

    7 Things To Do If Your Cat Is Lost Or Missing

    Great tips to help anyone who has lost their cat. Do you have experience finding a lost cat? Any tips to share with the rest of us?

  • A Veterinarian’s Tips On Keeping Medical Costs Down, Insurance Or Not

    A Veterinarian’s Tips On Keeping Medical Costs Down, Insurance Or Not

    When on a limited budget I recommend consideration of the following:

  • Kitten Is Reluctant To Take A Bath

    Kitten Is Reluctant To Take A Bath

    Video: A Savannah cat named Amara is having trouble with her offspring, Anolani; the kitten needs to take a bath, but refuses, so the mama cat must "force" the issue.

  • This Cat Has Something To Say

    This Cat Has Something To Say

    Video: A feline known as the “Hey Cat” in some circles and on Facebook has an interesting way of signaling his human that he wants something — take a look.

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