Even if your cat is a strictly indoor cat, a well-timed escape and slip into the pool can quickly become tragic. Here are a few pool safety tips.
Indoor cats can enjoy the summer weather if you take steps to construct a safe and secure catio for your feline or grant them monitored time on the deck.
Now that summer vacation has begun, your kids are probably going to have more time to spend at home bonding with their cats.
Adopt A Shelter Cat month in June helps to increase awareness of this problematic time of year, the growing cat population, and spay and neuter campaigns.
June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month, which brings attention to the fact that millions of felines are in need of loving forever homes.
Cats can be delightful additions to a family. Here are a few things to keep in mind that will help your cats and kids stay safe around one another!
Scratching is an intrinsic, natural feline behavior, but sometimes they do it in inconvenient places — like the leg of a chair or your favorite couch.
Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is an infectious disease found in cats that's often compared to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
Bringing home a new kitten might be one of those situations in which your cat would prefer you think of them as a cat, rather than as your child.
If you want to keep your apartment and belongings intact while living with a cat, you’ll have to take some steps to prevent them from destroying things.
With a little cat-centric thinking, you can easily retool your home to become a feline wonderland. Here are five super simple hacks to cat-ify your abode.
Usually our feline friends can make almost gravity-defying jumps. These are not those cats. Check out these funny videos of cats who tried to jump.
When it comes to training your cat the basic commands, like "sit" and "come," it's important to use positive reinforcement and lots of treats.
There are some vital safety steps that you absolutely must put into place at home to ensure that your feline avoids harm. Here are some helpful safety tips.
Catherine, the cute, young cat in this video, likes to play with tails, but her buddy Kobe the Pit Bull doesn't even notice. Watch the cute video!
One of our CatTime readers has a kitty who won't stop clawing the furniture. Is there anything he can do to stop the scratching? Dear Tabby has the answer!
What exactly is “normal" for cats? Chasing air? Fetching? In many ways, “normal” is in the eye of the beholder, and the spectrum of cat behaviors is wide.
Grooming is essential to providing good care for your cat, and looking after your cat’s ears is an important part of that grooming routine.
There are many misconceptions about cats that cause both social and physical problems for them. Here are ten myths about felines, and the truth behind them.
There are products that no cat parent should go without. Whether you're new to the cat world or an experienced feline parent, you'll need to stock up!