A blog to keep your cat happy + healthy.
Do cats like to be petted? The idea that cats are solitary creatures who snub humans is mostly false. Some individual cats may snub their families, but most kitties enjoy spending time with their people.
If you need to eliminate cat odor from your home, try these seven tips to keep your litter box from stinking.
Adopting a cat can be one of the best choices you ever make. Not only do you gain an entertaining companion who will (probably) be glad to see you at the end of a long day, but you'll be saving a life, too.
Is it true that exposing yourself and your family to cats increases the risks of contracting asthma or having an attack?
You probably know that cat urine gets rid of mice. But did you also know it can act as a mouse aphrodisiac? Scientists have discovered that cat pee works like an all-natural Viagra for rodents.
How long does the average cat live? For cat lovers, the answer is always: not long enough! Let's look at a few of the world's oldest living cats and see if your cat might be in line to join them.
Our cats can coerce us into giving them titbits of the best food, snuggles on the sofa, and a chance to pillow their heads on the laptop. You could say they've turned us into their servants. How did cats learn to bring humans to heel?
The popular stereotype of domestic pets says cats are aloof, remote, and arrogant creatures who tolerate humans as servants. But is it true?
Science says No.
You can read Kunkush's story in Kunkush: The True Story of a Refugee Cat by Marne Ventura. It's a heartwarming tale, and like many others, it makes us ask the question: How much do our pets remember?
There must be a magical connection between cats and the solar system. Besides their success in the space exploration field, cats also wear names from the astrological, astronomical, and scientific communities.
Cats love to sprawl in the sun, but too much heat can cause serious health problems. Protecting cats from extreme heat is critical to helping them stay healthy and happy.
There's something mysterious about how cats and books go together. Bookstores often keep a resident kitty who prowls among the dusty volumes, and many famous writers were known ailurophiles (cat lovers).