Cat Facts

Why Does My Cat Lick Me?

We humans tend to think that when one of our pets licks us, it’s the equivalent of a “kiss,” and it is a way to show love. While love and adoration may be one reason why your cat is licking you, here are several other reasons as to why you may be receiving sandpaper kisses.

by Maggie Clancy
August 15th

5 Diseases Humans Can Catch From Cats

Although most cat diseases only affect other felines, there are diseases you can catch from your cat. While the risk of catching some of these ailments from your cat is low, it’s still helpful to know which illnesses can pass from your cat to you and how to prevent the spread of these diseases.

by Maggie Clancy
August 7th

Can You Die From A Cat Allergy?

Ten percent of the human population has pet allergies, and cat allergies are twice as common as dog allergies. If you’re one of those allergic individuals, you may be wondering you can actually die from a cat allergy. Here is everything you need to know.

by Maggie Clancy
August 6th

How Are Cats Liquid? [WITH PICTURES]

Of course, cats are not actually liquid–but if they are really solid, how do they move, contort, and manipulate their bodies in ways that seem so odd to us humans? Here’s how cats can fit into just about anything.

by Mike Clark
June 24th

Cat Facts: 5 Amazing Ways Your Cat Stays Cool In The Summer

While the rest of us humans are dripping sweat and standing in front of window air conditioner units to stave off the summer heat, cats seem to have a cool head about it all. Cats may not pant like dogs or sweat like humans, but they do have some pretty interesting and clever ways of staying cool.

by Maggie Clancy
June 21st

6 Things Cats Love More Than Food

There are few things in this world that cats love more than food. Even feral cats who have no desire to interact with humans usually won’t turn down a free meal. For something to grab a kitty’s attention over filling their belly, it has to be pretty important.

by Mike Clark
June 20th

Top 13 Naturally Pet-Friendly Cat Breeds

If you want to have a multi-species household, pet friendliness may be something you’re looking for in a new cat. Some breeds are naturally more pet friendly than others. That’s why we’ve come up with a list of the most naturally pet-friendly cat breeds.

by CatTime
June 4th

Cat Facts: Celebrating Our Favorite Feline Facts

As unique as they are, cats also boast an exceptional set of characteristics that set them apart from every other species on the planet, including other domesticated animals. What makes them so special? Check out our top ten favorite feline facts to find out!

by CatTime
June 4th

Cat Years: What Are They & How Long Do Cats Live?

There is a common misconception that every human year equals seven cat years. This is not how you accurately measure out cat years, which isn’t an exact number. Here’s what you should know about cat years and how long cats tend to live.

by Maggie Clancy
May 22nd

Top 10 Animals That Are Most Likely To Attack Pet Cats

Even indoor cats might get outside on accident from time to time. It’s important to be aware of the dangers your kitty could face, even if you don’t intend to let them roam. Here’s a list of the ten creatures most likely to attack pet cats.

by CatTime
May 21st

Cat Blood Types: Do You Know Your Cat’s Blood Type?

If you have ever donated blood or needed surgery, you are more than familiar with your blood type. But what about your cat’s blood type? Knowing your cat’s blood type can be vital in times of emergency. Here is everything you need to know about the different cat blood types.

by Maggie Clancy
May 16th

Cat Facts: Why Orange Cats Are Usually Male

Scientists have found that different genetic combinations can affect the color, pattern, and length of a cat’s fur. Sometimes these combinations seem surprising. But what does that mean for orange cats? Are all orange cats male?

by Susan Pi
April 19th

Life With Cats: Dating Someone Who Is Allergic To Cats

I’m in dating someone who is very, very allergic to cats. At first he tried to play it off and simply pop an antihistamine, but it wasn’t cutting it. Here are a few precautions I’ve been taking to insure that both Pookie and my boyfriend are comfortable in my apartment.

by Maggie Clancy
April 16th
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