Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) in cats
Feline infectious peritonitis, also known as FIP, is one of the strangest, least understood of all cat illnesses.
Should I get an Apple AirTag for my cat?
An Apple AirTag is gadget designed to help you keep track of your stuff, but could it help you keep track of your cat, too?
Do cats get the hiccups?
They do! But why? And what are they? And should you worry if your cat gets the hiccups?
What is a Munchkin cat?
The Munchkin cat is cuteness incarnate on four very short little legs. Learn more about why this breed might not be a breed, how the Munchkin cat came to be, and what this adorable little feline is like to have around the house.
All about black cats
A black cat is a stunning creature, a sinuous being made of inky velvet, which glimmers in just the right light.
Why do cats open their mouths when they smell?
I don’t know about you, but I smell with my nose. But does your cat ever appear to be smelling something with her mouth?
Indoor versus outdoor cats
What's best for cats? Living indoors or out? There's plenty of debate on this question, with good points on both sides, but there's only one right answer. (Hint: indoors.)
Why does my cat bite his nails?
I actually love watching a cat spread her hind toes and then fastidiously nibble each little claw in succession. It’s positively adorable. But is it a healthy behavior, or something to worry about?
How many litter boxes per cat do I need?
The old rule is one more litter box than the number of cats in your house. But why? And who came up with this rule? Read to learn all about the logic behind this relationship between litter boxes and cats!
The Pixiebob cat
Is this wild-looking cat really half-bobcat as some people claim? Read to find out!
Why do cats get the zoomies?
Out of nowhere, your cat goes from zero to 60 mph, like he’s being chased by an invisible demon. One minute he’s snoozing, and the next he’s dashing madcap around the house like a fool. Read to learn more about "the zoomies."
How often should I take my cat to the veterinarian?
Some people say, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” But when it comes to cats and visits to the veterinarian, that’s about the worst advice you could take. A well visit to the vet is necessary for vaccinations and to address budding health problems so that your cat can enjoy the highest quality and length of life possible.