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Subtle changes in your cat’s behavior can indicate illnesses and require a trip to the veterinarian. Read this to learn what signs to watch for.

Petfinder staff talk about our pets … a lot. So it wasn’t a big surprise that my recent post about my cat Mojo’s sneaky suitcase sitting turned into a comparison of all the weird places Petfinder cats like to sit. Pretty soon cat-sitting-in-weird-place photos were showing up everywhere. The conversation …

Vets love when pet parents ask questions! They see it as a vital form of communication, by helping them appreciate pet parents’ concerns and ensuring they leave the clinic with all of their needs met.

Share these 10 tips to keep pets safe this Thanksgiving!

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Since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, the Petfinder Foundation asked its friends from shelters and rescues across the country for pictures of their adoptable pets being hugged! Our favorite photos, below, come from Petfinder members that received photography equipment grants and training through the One Picture Saves a …

If you are a rental manager switching to a pets-allowed policy, read these steps to developing an effective pet policy.

If you are moving, you’ll need to find pet-friendly housing. Check out our tips to help your search.

For a foster experience to turn out well, it’s crucial that all parties communicate and be clear about their expectations and responsibilities. Look at these questions to ask before you foster a cat.

As a leading cause of death in cats, kidney failure is one of the most dreaded diseases pet parents may face. Get four must-know tips from a vet to help your cat avoid this deadly disease.