To train your cat to scratch acceptable objects, sprinkle catnip and a few food treats on a sisal-wrapped scratching post, a corrugated cardboard scratcher or even a non-treated fireplace log. Place it next to the object you wish to protect.read more
Just because your cat seems happy on her own doesn't mean you don't want to show her how much you love her anyway. Here are a few ways to do just that ... without annoying her in the process!more
Why is it that so many literary and creative types gravitate
toward cats? Here, authors who gain inspiration from their pets.
How would you best describe your relationship with your cat? Is your pet like a member of your family, a best friend, a companion? Or an exotic, furry curiosity?more
Capturing quality images of your cat can prove to be a challenge, since most felines aren't willing subjects. By following these tips from our pet photography experts, you'll soon be showing off your perfect pet pics.more
From the missing cat files: success stories of found felines. In addition to these true-life tales, tips on what to do if your little pal ever decides to go on an adventure.more