THE DEFINITIVE CAT GUIDES

THE DEFINITIVE CAT GUIDES

  • Nail Trimming at a Good Clip
    Are your cat’s claws catching on clothing, carpeting or furniture? If so, it might be time to brush up on your feline manicurist skills. Here are some tips for doing the job with maximum results and minimum discomfort — for all involved.
  • Lost Cats Found
    From the missing cat files: success stories of found felines. In addition to these true-life tales, tips on what to do if your little pal ever decides to go on an adventure.
  • Exercise for Couch Potato Cats
    Has your cat turned napping into an art form? It’s time to give your sleeping beauty some get up and go. Here’s how.
  • Top 7 New Year’s Resolutions for Cat Owners
    New and longtime cat owners often overlook their pets when making new year’s resolutions. This year, try these changes that will benefit your cat.
  • Photographing Your Elusive Feline
    Capturing quality images of your cat can prove to be a challenge, since most felines aren’t willing subjects. By following these tips from our pet photography experts, you’ll soon be showing off your perfect pet pics.
  • Technology Made for Cats
    Want to monitor what your cat is doing at any given time of day? New high-tech devices, such as a cat collar that tweets on Twitter, can help you do just that.
  • Is Water From a Christmas Tree Stand Harmful to Cats?
    Every year, I worry about my cat drinking water out of my Christmas tree stand. How can I prevent any potential problems?
  • Cat Product Trends for 2010
    The pet industry’s largest trade show takes place later this month. We’ve got a sneak peek at some of this year’s hottest cat toys and other products.
  • ‘Adopt a Cat Month’ Needs Your Help
    Each year, thousands of kittens are born during spring and summer, filling animal shelters nationwide. How can you help? Take part in June’s Adopt a Cat Month.
  • Cat Athletes With Summer Olympics Talents
    With the Summer Olympics just a few months away, we celebrate cats that can jump, sprint and demonstrate other athletic feats with ease.
  • Five Ways To Make Your Shelter Cat Feel at Home
    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.
  • Single-cat to Multi-cat Without Problems
    Want to help reduce the shelter cat population? Turn your single-feline household into a multi-cat one — without angering your current top cat.