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Feline elimination problems are the No. 1 most common cat issue. It is estimated that one out of every 10 cats will have lapses at some point in his life. Find out what to do if your cat lapses here.

Engaging your cat in interactive play is crucial for fulfilling his hunting instincts. Failing to do so can result in aggressive predatory play. Learn how to channel predatory play aggression here.

Certain cats believe that nighttime is play time. Find out why your cat may have so much energy at night and how to keep him calm during your sleep hours.

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.

Dr. Amy Marder, V.M.D., VP Behavioral Medicine The Cat Who Licked Too Much When Evelyn met Li’l Bit at the ASPCA shelter, she was attracted to her because she was friendly and liked to be petted. Evelyn had lost her two elderly cats the previous year, but she had recovered …

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.

By tooth and nail, indoor cats can cause tremendous household destruction. Find out how to handle feline destruction here.

Protect your furniture and keep your cat happy with these tips for preventing cat scratching.

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.