Cat parents have heard it all. From the “oh-just-joking” comments about felines to the openly hostile statements about their (non) kitty preference — being a cat owner seems to mean that people feel free to take shots at our furry friends.
Searching for a healthy snack for your cat? Fortunately, you don’t have to look much further than your own pantry for some cat-safe foods to feed your pet.
When you see your cat twitching her whiskers and toes in her sleep it’s very likely she is revisiting that bowl of salmon she had for dinner or that backyard bird expedition from earlier in the day.
My 22-pound tabby cat Melvin loves to stalk the house by night. When all the lights are off, he goes pouncing. On dust bunnies.
When we’re bored, we mindlessly snack on bad carbs or shop for shoes online, but what does your cat do?
A tail can tell us so many things.
Even though your kitty is standoffish sometimes and may even disappear for hours, that doesn’t mean she doesn’t love you.
Most of us know that dogs come in all shapes and sizes, from those that can, quite literally, fit inside a teacup to the giant breeds that are convinced they’re meant to be lap dogs but what about cats?
Unless kitty is constantly wearing nail tips, cats and leather typically don’t mix.
The lingering, pungent odor of cat urine is enough to make a homeowner with carpeted floors weep in despair.
Those empty boxes may be trash to you, but your cat can't get enough of them. What's up with Fluffy's affinity for cardboard castles?
Cats dazzle us with their beauty, affection and cat-itude. But they are also delicate masterpieces of amazing anatomical abilities.
All photos on your Facebook page, desktop, cell phone, iPad and cubicle walls are of your cat.
Stress can make anyone a little crazy, even our cats.
With a cat or two around the house, even the most dedicated pet parent may slack off and take Kitty’s presence for granted.