Hospice care for senior cats is all about providing them with what they need to feel safe and comfortable.
Humans generally have to earn the trust of both cats and horses before having any meaningful interaction with them.
When people are coming and going in the house, your cats need a space — or even a room — of their own to keep from getting anxious and possibly slipping out the door.
Cat people, like everyone else, just want to find a place where they belong. And they’ve found it with others who love all things feline.
Give your cats their own wonderland in the safety and comfort of your home — it’s fun for them, cost-effective for you and good for their health.
As they get older, your senior feline friend may need your assistance in matters of grooming, moving around and even cuddling.
Here’s a tribute to library cats — who have helped protect books for centuries. These special kitties bring back some of the warmth we’ve long associated with old-time libraries.
These cafes often work with local cat rescues to promote adoption.
Do your homework before picking up a shelter cat from just any rescue group.
Cat boarding facilities have their advantages when you have to leave home for an extended time. But you can’t top a good pet sitter when you want to reduce stress.