Can cats see in the dark? And can cats see color? We go through some of your most pressing cat vision questions!
Cats get dementia, too. So, what are the signs of cat dementia and what do you do if your cat has it? Can you prevent dementia in cats before it happens?
Cats don’t pant the way dogs do — so is cat panting ever normal? We review a few things that cause cat panting and when you should get it checked out.
Cat drooling is rarer for cats than it is for dogs. Here’s what’s going on when a cat drools — including when to head to the vet.
Can cats get the flu? According to recent data canine influenza can, in fact, cause cat flu. Here’s what you need to know.
Cat hunting instincts are something that kitty parents can’t ignore. So, how do you engage your cat’s urge to hunt? And why are some cats better hunters?
Cat yowling is among the strangest — and most alarming — cat sounds out there. What does it mean when your cat yowls?
Free feeding cats is convenient, but is it healthy for your kitty and right for every cat? How can you schedule your cat’s meals if you work away from home?
Cat diets don’t have to be so complicated — we’ve put together a few tips to help your cat get healthy safely and effectively.
What do you do if your cat hates catnip? Good news — there are a few other plants that might evoke similar reactions.
Famous (and very cute!) felines like Grumpy Cat and Lil BUB have osteochondrodysplasia. So what exactly is it, and what health conditions does it cause?
We answer your questions about cataracts in cats — from cataract surgery to blindness and everything else you want to know.
Is your cat itching or obsessively grooming? Do you see scabs on your cat? Find out about three different types of cat dermatitis and how to handle each.
What is stud tail in cats? Is stud tail only limited to male cats? And how do you diagnose and treat it?
Is your cat scooting, or dragging his bum around on the floor? What causes this strange behavior and how should you treat it?
Cat eye discharge can be completely normal or something to bring to your vet’s attention ASAP. Here’s how to determine what’s worrying and what’s not.
Cremation or a burial isn’t the only option when your cat passes. Find out how you could donate your cat’s body and potentially save feline lives.