It’s no surprise that cats can be bossy, but the hierarchy that exists with multiple cats is usually run by a female.
Even feral kittens can be tamed and become loving companions. Read more about how to get started on acclimating your new kitten to your home.
Going out and getting another cat after the death of your previous one is not something everyone can do, but there are advantages to moving forward.
A playful kitten nipping your hand can be cute, but it can also create a lifelong biter. Learn why the behavior sticks and what you can do to stop it.
If your cat’s behavior is puzzling or you wonder why grass and plants are so appealing to felines, you’ll want to read this list.
Depression isn’t just for humans. There are a lot of reasons why your cat might be exhibiting symptoms of being sad or forlorn.
New cats require introductions, but what about introducing an older cat to your resident felines? Read more about keeping the peace for the new kid.
Older cats can become confused in their surroundings or when recognizing you. Learn more about feline dementia and how it affects cats.
Cats are seen as independent and selective, but they can form interesting relationships with different species.
Sure, moving can be a challenge for you — but it’s no picnic for your cat, either. Here are some things to consider before the big move.
Some cats need to be the only feline in the house, while others are happiest when they have other cats around.
Does your cat totally freak out when you leave or return? It might be separation anxiety. Here’s what you should know.
Do cats see us as large, clumsy animals — or do they actually think we are their mothers?
When cats lash out at other animals or their humans, redirected aggression may be to blame, but positive reconditioning may help.
Monitoring your declawed cat’s paws and making some household changes can ease his discomfort.