If you're looking to adopt a pet, as an animal lover myself and a self-proclaimed crazy cat lady, I have some suggestions that I believe will greatly benefit you and your future pet in the long run.
If you're thinking of adopting a kitten, don't! If someone you love is thinking about adopting a kitten—run! Here are nine tongue-in-cheek reasons why you'll regret getting a kitten.
Felines come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colors, and personalities, but what kind of cat is best for your life?
A special bond exists between cats and their “owners.” Check out these tips and “tails” on how to care for your feline friends.
Up until two years ago, I had never heard of a Siberian Cat and would not have been able to pick one out of the crowd. In that amount of time, however, a lot has changed, and they are now an everyday fixture in my life.
Cats make entertaining and independent pets. They provide children with a sense of discipline and empathy but may require some patience and time to bond with.
If you've never had a cat before, here are the things you need to think about and the things you need to get.
Learn how to choose a cat with these eight helpful tips for choosing a healthy, happy cat that will be a good fit with your personality, family, and life.
Can you imagine life without your cat? If you can then your relationship with your feline may not be very strong. Here are some tips to help you choose a cat that's right for you.
Is it possible for a feral cat to become a beloved family pet? Yes, but only with a lot of time, patience, and maybe a few surprises along the way. Read one cat's story to learn how to socialize a cat in your area!
Cats are very intelligent and independent. This is why bringing a new one into a home can cause all kinds of problems, but it can be done with patience.
Getting your resident cats on board with the idea of a new kitten can be tricky. With these tips, however, your resident cat and new kitten can be best friends in no time.
The Meet Your Match program is a program developed by the ASPCA. Shelters use the Feline-ality assessment to determine a cat's personality—and match the cat to potential companions.