Cats love to chase and bite non-food objects, but ingesting those things can cause serious health concerns.
Feline responses to past trauma may include temporary deafness.
From detecting cancer to predicting a storm, a cat’s instincts can play a major role in keeping people safe.
Cats do feel grief at the loss of a guardian. Help them through it with these tips.
It’s no surprise that stressful shelter situations can damage a cat’s well-being.
When Mom’s not around to teach them the ropes, you can help.
Weather and territory are possible reasons.
They’ve had a rough history but are now considered good luck in some countries.
Make sure you have these things before bringing your new kitten home.
These interactive toys help your cat stay physically and mentally fit.
Here are a few things you can do to curb unwanted cat behaviors.
Cats love to see outside, but they also need to feel covered and protected.
They learn by observation, imitation, trial and error, just as humans do.
Separating them can cause behavior issues and even illness.
To start, consider your messy cat’s behavior and the type of litter box that suits her needs.