Shelter cats make great pets. There are just a few things to know to make your new cat's transition to your home easier for both her and you.
Want to help reduce the shelter cat population? Turn your single-feline household into a multi-cat one -- without angering your current top cat.
How would you best describe your relationship with your cat? Is your pet like a member of your family, a best friend, a companion? Or an exotic, furry curiosity?
Tips and ideas on ideas on how to keep your house cat safe from Christmas tree needles this holiday season
Just because your cat seems happy on her own doesn't mean you don't want to show her how much you love her anyway. Here are a few ways to do just that ... without annoying her in the process!
Cats and their carriers should be friends -- not foes. Dr. Jane Brunt of the CATalyst Council shares five easy steps for improving cat-carrier transport.
A house without a cat is not a home if you're a feline fancier, so here's what to do if you'd like to adopt a cat for the first time or to add to your preexisting cat crew. The simple process takes just six steps.
The holiday season usually means more shopping, cooking and socializing, but did you know these efforts could also help cats in need? December fun has never been so rewarding.
Decided to adopt a bundle of furry, feline joy? Great! A more mature cat from your local shelter, humane society or other animal organization may be the best possible addition to your household.
Want your cat to be an international cat show star? A pedigree is no longer required. Mixed-breed cats adopted from shelters are impressing cat show judges and audiences.