To avoid unwanted disasters such as meaty bones causing splintering and bleeding, never feed your cat table scraps. Onions, garlic, tomatoes, chocolate, grapes, raisins and other foods are also poisonous for kitties.read more
No matter how old your cat is, it likely has an "inner kitten" that's ready to pounce, learn and explore. It just may take a little coaxing.
From the first exciting adjustments to training to health care, we help you to get your home-and yourself-ready for a new kitten.
The first 12 months of your cat's life are extremely important. To help your kitten grow up to be a strong and healthy cat, look for these ingredients when selecting kitten food.
I'd like to get a new kitten, and I've heard that there are quick ways to determine a kitten's temperament. How I can do this?
Recently, my playful kitten pounces and runs like you wouldn't believe. Do kittens go through a stage of being extra active?
My new female kitten is obsessed with ankles, and is constantly trying to bite mine. Is this normal? How can I train her to stop?
The first 12 months of your cat’s life are extremely important. To help your kitten grow up to be a strong and healthy cat, look for these ingredients when selecting kitten food.
From the first exciting adjustments to training to health care, we help you to get your home -- and yourself -- ready for a new kitten.
Did you know that high-quality kitten chow often contains nutrients that naturally occur in a mother cat's milk? Find out what your kitten needs to grow big and strong.
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