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How to train a kitten to use the litter box

It's easier than you would think to train a new kitten to use the litter box. But there are several important considerations, including the placement, number, and type of litter boxes that should be considered to get training off to a successful start.

Are you ready to adopt a dog or a cat? Ask yourself these 5 questions

Are you thinking about adopting a pet? It's a big decision - not one to be taken lightly. Read our list of the 5 things to consider before welcoming a new dog or cat into your home to see if you're really ready.

Why does my cat chatter his teeth?

What is chattering? What does a chattering cat sound and look like? Many theories abound about why cats engage in the strange behavior of chattering, including use of the vomeronasal organ, and frustration or boredom. But science recently discovered the true meaning behind chattering: it's a feline hunting strategy that employs imitation as a way to lure prey to a better position for attack.

Thanks, Kitten Lady, for sharing some of your mayhem with me

I recently sent along a Monster Cheese Wedge to entertain Kitten Lady’s latest batch of kitten mayhem and this is what ensued.

A cardboard box helps Velvet adjust to shelter life

Cats in shelters benefit from access to a cardboard box. Read about Velvet's experience at NEADY Cats, a no-kill, cats-only shelter in Sterling, Massachusetts, and about the science behind cats' love of cardboard boxes.

What is a Cornish Rex and why are we blogging about this special breed now?

Find out more about the Cornish Rex, a unique breed of cat and why we are featuring one in our blog.

Ziggy Loves His Mega Milk Carton

Ziggy, a handsome cat from California, loves to show off his Mega Milk Carton. Watch him play with the logo on the side!

On boxes, Schrödinger's Cat, and The Big Bang Theory

What do cats in boxes, quantum physics, and the popular TV show, Big Bang Theory have in common? Read and find out!

Four Signs You Might Be a Cat Person

There are “cat people” and there are “dog people.” Right? Many of us identify strongly one way or the other. But is it just a personal preference or does being a cat person or a dog person reflect something deeper within us?

Why We Love Cats

Scientific studies have shown that owning and spending time with cats is good for our health. But, after a lifelong relationship with cats, including the two special felines I've described in this story, I suspect that the real reason we love cats may be something else entirely.
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