Halloween may be the season of black cats, but white cats have their own fascinating myths and legends associated with them.
Black Cat Awareness Month is a great time to plan a party celebrating our feline friends, no matter what color their coat is.
The idea of writing your felines into your will or providing a trust for them isn’t as far-fetched as you’d think.
Many rescue cats who come from abusive backgrounds need both time and space to heal in their new homes.
It may sound odd, but some cats who’ve lived outdoors their entire lives can make the switch and become indoor cats.
If you want your cat to experience the outside world, consider building an outdoor enclosure, or “catio,” for their amusement — and your peace of mind.
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.