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Feb 16, 2016

By Rachel Semigran Despite cats’ reputations for being shall we say, “selective” when it comes to their taste for human companionship, any cat parent will tell you cats are incredibly social — when you want them to be and when you don’t want them to be. Though feline… Read More

Feb 16, 2016

By Stacia Friedman Can cats get along with dogs? The answer is simplyyes, says Dr. Liz Bales, a Philadelphia veterinarian. As long as pet parents take their time and follow a few simple rules for introducing cats to dogs, there’s no reason why felines and canines can’t… Read More

Feb 16, 2016

By Stacia Friedman Though it might feel like it sometimes, your cat doesn’t scratch your furniture or carpets to upset you, she scratches to clean the exterior sheath of her nails, remove cuticles and to sharpen her claws—think of it as a feline manicure! While you can’t… Read More

Feb 16, 2016

By Stacia Friedman If you think the only trick you can teach your cat is to come running when you open up a can of food for them, you are (fortunately!) mistaken. Behind that inscrutable gaze is a loving creature that wants to please you. “It isn’t clear to a cat what we… Read More

Feb 16, 2016

By Shara Rutberg When you think of a cat, your initial image may be of a soft, peaceful animal purring quietly in your lap like a little furry engine of contentment. Unfortunately though, cats can pack a painful bite. Hopefully your cat reserves his or her chomping for toys… Read More

Feb 10, 2016

By Vanessa Voltolina Want to let your cat explore the great outdoors without fleeing the scene? You might want to consider leash-training him. Being able to take your cat for a leisurely walk outside can create the perfect balance between having an indoor cat that’s safe… Read More