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  • Cat Scratch Fever

    Does your cat seem to scratch on everything and anything? Learn why and find out how you can help.

  • Missing The Box

    You bought a big litter box and your cat still seems to pee outside of it. Find out why and get tips to help.

  By Jacque Lynn Schultz, C.P.D.T., Companion Animal Programs Adviser. National Outreach Cat spraying is a form of communication for other cats and humans. If there are cat markings on luggage, it could be a sign of stress that the family vacation excludes her. If there is a cat spray smell near doors or windows, she may be warning an …

As a responsible, loving pet parent, you probably know that the safest, healthiest lifestyle for your cat is one that’s indoors. Unfortunately, many of your neighbors may feel differently. As a result, your garden could be doubling as a neighborhood litter box.

Declawing cats has become a very controverisal surgical procedure. Find out about the risks of declawing your cat and alternatives that may be better options for you.

For cats, seeing the cat carrier is often the first sign that something bad is about to happen. Creating positive associations with the carrier can help reduce your cat’s anxiety. Find out how here.

Declawing cats has become a very controverisal surgical procedure. Find out about the risks of declawing your cat and alternatives that may be better options for you.

It’s not easy to keep cats and plants in the same space, but with some inventiveness, it is possible. Find out how to safeguard plants from cats here.

If your cat tends to have a lot of energy during the night, find out how to calm him down.

Cats can have strong preferences about their litter boxes. Read this article to learn to identify your cat’s preferences

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