Cat Articles

Cats evolved to eat in the wild-- take this into account when choosing her dish placement.
Different types of feeding toys can engage your cat's curiosity and make mealtime fun.
Your cat's unique way of eating may be perfectly suited to her food.
Learn how to help your cat maintain a consistent and steady approach to eating.
Learn how to manage common behavior issues, such as scratching and spraying.
Cats are notoriously quirky-- learn why they sit on boxes and race around at midnight.
Learn how cats are capable of learning to to walk on a leash and come when called.
Learn how pouncing and stalking are part of your cat's natural makeup.
Cats can be an immense source of entertainment-- here are some starters.
More than half the housecats in the United States are overweight or obese. And overweight cats are at a greater risk for cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure and injury, as well as heart, respiratory and kidney disease.
Cats can use vocalizations—like meows and purrs—to let us know what they want, like or dislike. But a large part of their communication is based on body language—much of it conducted through their tails.
Grass juice contains folic acid, a vitamin that supports cats’ growth and helps increase oxygen levels in their blood. If your cat is grazing, it may be because he or she is battling a dietary deficiency and is in search of this vitamin boost.