Cats hide their pain well, but for Animal Pain Awareness Month, we take a closer look at a health problem that hits close to home.
Looking at your cat’s poop can give you some ideas about her health. Here’s what to check for in your cat’s discharge.
It can be alarming if you’re cat’s whiskers start to fall out, but read this before you rush to the vet.
Moving with cats can be difficult, but you may not expect to deal with these problems.
Respect your cat in order to create a healthy and happy relationship that lasts for ages.
A new name for a fresh start? Here’s why changing your cat’s name may not be such a good idea.
Does your cat turn up her nose in disgust when you’re in the room? It might be what you’re wearing.
Litter box liners are great for humans, but what do our cats think of them?
Are hairballs as innocent as they seem? Here’s what could really be going on in your cat’s tummy.
Tomorrow is the official start to autumn, and danger is in the air. Er, well, so to speak.