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Never give human medications to your cat unless you have been told to do so by your veterinarian. Most people pills, such as acetaminophen (Tylenol), are toxic to felines.

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  • The Best Games for Cats

    It's important to keep your cat active by providing her with stimulating games. Here are some of the best.

  • How to best bond with your new cat

    Bringing a new cat home can be stressful for both you and your new furry friend. Find out the best ways to bond with your cat so you’ll be closer than ever.

  • Determine Your Cat’s Toy Preferences

    Did you know that each cat has its own preferred method of hunting, which can carry over to its choice of toys? You may be surprised by what your cat likes the most.

  • How to Train Your Athletic Cat

    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.

  • How to Train Your Athletic Cat

    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.

  • Easy Exercises for Your Cat

    I'm going to the Olympics this year as a guest and am trying to get in shape beforehand, but what about my cat, which is staying at home? Are there exercises I can encourage it to do that will tone certain muscles?

  • Luxury Hotels for Cats

    Luxury hotels aren't just for people. From Las Vegas to the U.K., your cat can vacation in comfort and style.

  • Cat Athletes With Summer Olympics Talents

    With the Summer Olympics just a few months away, we celebrate cats that can jump, sprint and demonstrate other athletic feats with ease.

  • Is It Normal for Kittens to Act Hyper?

    Recently, my playful kitten pounces and runs like you wouldn't believe. Do kittens go through a stage of being extra active?

  • The Benefits of Joining a Cat Social Group

    Meet local cat owners and lovers by joining or forming a cat-focused social group.

  • What Do Your Cat’s Positions Mean?

    When playing, my cat will often roll on one side and show me its tummy. Does this mean something?

  • Train Your Aggressive, Biting Kitten

    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?

  • Determine Your Cat’s Toy Preferences

    Did you know that each cat has its own preferred method of hunting, which can carry over to its choice of toys? You may be surprised by what your cat likes the most.

  • World's Loudest Cat Purrs Into Record Books

    A cat named Smokey has the loudest purr in the world, but some feline fans believe that there's a difference between purring and trilling.

  • Go Green With Your Cat

    I'm concerned about the environment and would like to buy more "green" products for my cat, both to benefit it and to prevent pollution. What new items do you recommend?

  • The Hottest New Cat Products

    Next month’s Global Pet Expo in Orlando will feature more than 3,000 new pet products. Here’s a sneak peek of what will be offered for you and your cat.

  • Easy -- and Cheap! -- Holiday Gift Ideas for Cats

    The gift-giving season is around the corner. This year, why not show your favorite feline how much you love it with one of these gift ideas for cats that won’t bust your budget.

  • The Dos and Don’ts of Walking Cats

    My cat has a new leash, and I’m now excited to take her out for a walk with it. What are some do’s and don’ts for walking cats?

  • Best Toys for Your Playful Cat

    I recall hearing that cat toys all fall into four basic categories. What are they?

  • Cats That Copy and Impersonate Other Animals

    Scientists recently heard a wild cat impersonating a monkey. Does your pet have “copycat” talents?

  • Host a Cat Playdate

    Playdates aren’t just for kids. Host a playdate for your cat, with the help of these tips on preparations that promote fun and prevent fights.

  • Cat Fur Can Identify Criminals

    Could your cat be your home’s best silent protection system? Forensic scientists, who are now using cat fur to nab criminals, say yes.

  • The ‘Animal Nanny’ Cat Sitter Cares for Lonely Cats

    Like a Mary Poppins for cats, “Animal Nanny” Marna Stein cares for and plays with lonely cats while their owners are away at work or on vacation. Could a nanny benefit your cat?

  • Dating Services for Cat Owners

    Need a matchmaker to find your perfect mate? The Right Breed, Must Love Pets, Date My Pet and other online dating services use the power of pets to bring people together.

  • Outdoor Enclosures for Cats

    Your cat can enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the great outdoors without the dangers. Here's how.

  • Cats Go to College

    If term papers and exams are causing strain on you or your college-age child, look to cats for relief. Adopting a furry friend can reduce stress and improve grades.

  • Homemade Toys for Cats

    Cats often find boxes for expensive toys more interesting than the toys themselves. Our expert shares innovative homemade toy ideas that'll bring out your pet's pounce.

  • Twelve Days of Cat Holiday Gifting

    While your cat may not mind milk from eight maids, we have better suggestions for twelve days worth of new and innovative products available this holiday season.

  • New Cat Toys on the Holiday Horizon

    What might your kitty want this season? We have the inside scoop on new toys and gadgets that are guaranteed to please.

  • Cat Toys: When the Thrill is Gone

    When it comes to felines and their stuff, familiarity can indeed breed contempt. Here, cat behaviorist Marva Marrow offers six to make every play day fresh and fun for you and your furry friend.

  • Purrsonality: Understanding Your Cat's Character

    Every living creature's got it -- that certain something (or somethings) that determine why it is the way it is. Here's how to understand it, plus a simple six-step program to help mold and maximize your cat's uniqueness.

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  • How to Exercise Your Cat

    Cats need exercise too! While it's easy to get a dog to be more active by walking it more, you can use these tips to sneak some fitness into your cat's sedentary lifestyle.

  • Exercises for Your Overweight Cat

    Fat cats can get in better shape with your creative help. Here's how to help your cat get back to good health

  • Homemade Cat Toys

    Playing with your cat doesn't have to be expensive our experts recommend simple homemade toys to keep your kitten or cat entertained

  • Homemade Cat Toys

    Inexpensive DIY cat toys may not be worth money, but they'll be worth a lot to your playful cat.

  • How to Manage a Multi-cat Household

    If you're bringing a new kitten home, it's only proper that you should formally introduce this newest "keeper" kitty to the rest of the cats in your multi-cat household.

  • Is Your Cat on Facebook?

    You might be surprised at just how many feline owners would answer "Yes" when asked if their cat has a Facebook and/or Twitter account.

  • Tips for Car Travel With Your Cat

    With an increasing number of hotels and resorts becoming more pet-friendly over the past few years, it's now possible to bring your cat with you on your travels.

  • How to Exercise Your Cat

    Cats need exercise too! While it’s easy to get a dog to be more active by walking it more, you can use these tips to sneak some fitness into your cat’s sedentary lifestyle.

  • Fun and Entertaining Cat Games

    Cat games range from basic to complex, but the biggest component is always fun. Find out which games your cat will enjoy.

  • Turn Your Cat Into a Social Media Star

    If you spend a lot of time online, why not create a popular social media presence for your favorite cat?

  • Best Books for Cat Lovers

    Are you a cat fancier? Bury your nose in one of these cat-themed books. These are must-reads for any cat fancier.

  • The Agile Cat

    If you thought agility competitions were just for dogs, think again. That seemingly lazy cat perched on your couch may be the next agility master!

  • Games to Download for Your Cat

    There are a ton of smartphone and tablet games and apps that are made just for cats. Here are our top picks.

  • New Year’s Resolutions for Cats

    Cats may not put pen to paper this New Year's, but here are some resolutions your pet should contemplate.

  • Top 3 Apps for Cats

    The rise of the smartphone and tablet has led to some innovative applications that can help to keep your cat healthy. I've selected my top three favorites.

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