Turns out that soup can be good for you and your cat. And your options are now very similar: make it or buy it off the shelf. Several cat food brands now offer broths and soups for felines. So if your cat gets bored with the same old thing or is a senior cat with […]
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When Renco the cat suffered a fractured leg that refused to heal, a veterinary examination revealed that the best option was to amputate the leg which was causing pain which would never heal.
Smudge the kitten still has much to learn about the importance of only calling 911 in a true emergency.
Have you ever thought about giving cat yoga a try, but are you not sure what’s involved?
By now you’re likely heard of Japan’s Cat Island, Aoshima.
The tweet went out and Japan heard the cry for more cat food. The response was swift and overwhelming. Donations poured into the tiny island last week to feed the famous and hungry cats of Aoshima. More than 140 cats live on Aoshima in southern Japan, about a 30-minute boat ride from the mainland. Felines there […]
Nolan is an American Curl available through Purebred Cat Rescue in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Their website is purebredcatrescue.org. “Good luck, he’s still looking for a home!” according to his YouTube video.
Cats attack fresh pot of grass in this slice-of-life video.
Like kitties with piercing eyes? Or perhaps you are drawn to complicated eyebrows. These two Persian cats are both available for adoption helpingpersiancats.org of Southern California.
Nothing like a nap after a light snack.
Korean YouTuber Suri Noel decided his posse of Scottish fold cats would be amused by two pink and blue robotic fish swimming in a plastic aquarium. Watch and see for yourself if robot fish fare any better than their real life counterparts. (You don’t have to worry about these fish suffocating out of water.)
“And remember folks, always spay or neuter your pets.” Beginning in 1979 and for the next three decades, Bob Barker, host of the Price is Right, signed off with a message that became his mantra. It was also the rallying cry of a revolution that turned America into a spay-and-neuter nation. “The 40-year movement to […]
British photographer Mark Taylor is known as the master of cuteness. Here a kitten named Fosset gets up close and personal with a duckling.
Life advice from your cat: keep it sweet and simple.
The very first wildcats that crept into Neolithic villages in the Middle East and began living alongside humans were not tamed by our species, but most likely domesticated themselves. “Cats were not selected for a purpose like dogs and other domesticates,” geneticist William Murphy told Sciencemag.org. “They just hung out, and humans tolerated them.” Murphy is […]
Do cats have a universal body language of pain? And can we humans recognize the mostly silent expressions of distress in a species notorious for concealing pain? These are some of the questions answered by a top team of international experts who came up with a list of 25 signs that your cat is hurting […]
If you haven’t been lucky enough to visit a cat cafe in person yet, then this video is for you!
You share a lot of things with your cat.
The endangered Chinese Mountain Cat is one of the world’s least known wild felines. There are none in captivity, according to Big Cat Rescue. They are fierce but small at 10 to 20 pounds and live on the Tibetan Plateau. They are routinely hunted for their long thick fur coats.
A hungry, dirty kitten dumped in a Salvation Army drop box in Fresno, California was rescued by the cat lovers at Cat House on the Kings, where the black-and-white kitten was instantly appreciated for her amazing mustache and friendly disposition. “We think she has movie star potential with that look, or at least the next […]