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Many animal shelters provide follow-up assistance after you adopt your cat. Check with your local shelter to see if pet parenting, behavioral training or other classes are offered.
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.
Decided to adopt a bundle of furry, feline joy? Great! A more mature cat from your local shelter, humane society or other animal organization may be the best possible addition to your household.
Are your cat's claws catching on clothing, carpeting or furniture? If so, it might be time to brush up on your feline manicurist skills. Here are some tips for doing the job with maximum results and minimum discomfort -- for all involved.
Most cats enjoy a relaxing rubdown, but some methods will please them more than others. Our feline massage experts teach you the best techniques.
Is your cat an athlete in the making? Cats are highly intelligent and are actually quite trainable. Here, tips on how to train your sporty cat for agility tournaments.
The life expectancy for a domesticated housecat in 1930 was:
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