Handling a cat is like handling royalty. You got to know the Dont's or they'll give you the cold shoulder for as long as you peasants may live.
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Your new pet may not be your best friend right away. But you can ease into it by avoiding these 4 rehoming problems.
Enjoy your Christmas feast! But pay close attention to what foods should not end up in your cat's or dog's tummy.
Giving an adopted cat a new home is a noble cause, but be sure to prepare yourself and your house with these 10 tips.
Know how to recognize and help your pet get over a broken heart when you have to leave them home alone again.
Now, getting a new cat is a big decision. But our handy cat adoption checklist will help you get started.
Our relationship to our pets changed during the lockdowns. As the pandemic slowly wanes our bond with our pets is tested yet again.
Cats may be aloof, but their killer instincts may strike any time to protect their owners of clear and present dangers.