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Why Does My Cat Drool?

Cats aren’t big droolers. While a little drool is nothing to worry about, a waterfall can be a sign your kitty is sick.Here are some...

3 Rules for Solving Pet Behavior Problems

What would you give to make your pet's behavior problems disappear? Believe it or not, most issues can be resolved in three simple steps. Follow along,...

Why Do Cats Purr?

Purring is the most common sound cats make. Yet we know less about it than meowing, chirping, chattering, hissing, and growling.Yes, cats purr when they're content....

Truth About Catnip

Catnip, catmint, catwort, field balm -- it doesn't matter what you call it. Lions, tigers, panthers, and your common domestic tabby just can't seem...

What to Do When Your Cat Won’t Eat

People joke about cats and their finicky eating habits, but it’s actually a serious issue if your cat won’t eat.Although a refusal to eat is concerning...

What to Know About Cat Vaccinations

Cats don’t actually have nine lives, so you need to do what you can to protect them. The key? The right vaccinations. Shots protect...

Adding Another Cat to Your Home

You’ve decided it’s time to add a new cat to your life. But what about the cat or cats you already have?Whether a spunky kitten or...

5 Risky Hiding Places for Cats

What is your cat thinking? Their body language may give it away.Cats use a variety of signals (body postures, facial expressions, and vocalizations) to convey their message...

Why Are Cats Aloof? Hint: Not Because They’re Smart

A study of 511 mammal species finds that more social animals evolve bigger brains. Cat brain size has grown less than that of cows, rhinos, and...