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Biting in kittens is similar to biting behavior in puppies. It’s not about aggression, it’s about youngsters using their mouths to explore their environments. Learn how to stop kitten biting here.

Christy Nich For centuries, women in our culture have used bridal and baby showers as a way to celebrate the significant, life-altering events in one another’s lives. These gatherings are an opportunity to pass on traditions, to offer advice and to “shower” the woman of honor with gifts to get her started. Blame it on reaching the mid-30s mark, but …

When it comes to raising kittens, the philosophy is pretty similar to that of bringing up children. If you provide proper care and training when they’re young, it increases the odds they’ll grow up to be healthy, well-adjusted adults. So if you recently adopted a kitten, start incorporating this advice as soon as possible.

Bringing A Cat Home

Kitten Development

by Caroline Golon, guest contributor

A kitten is an infant; a cat under construction. It takes a while for a kitten to develop. Learn about the stages of kitten development here.

A cat’s personality is largely formulated in the first eight weeks of life. Leaving health issues to the veterinarian, find out what you can do to help set your foster kittens up for adoption success.

Conjunctivitis is a gooey infection of the eye that is highly prevalent in cats. In fact, it is the eye condition felines most commonly experience. Learn about conjunctivitis in kittens here.

If you are thinking of adopting a kitten for the first time, you’re probably aware of all the responsibilities that go along with caring for your new addition. Next to food, litter training is likely at the top of your list of things to take care of after bringing home a kitten. Luckily, litter training a kitten is a relatively …

Does your cat seem to have a cold? Learn how you should handle the situation.

Surgical sterilization of dogs and cats has been a part of the arsenal used to prevent unwanted breeding for decades and now nonsurgical options are available. Learn what they are here.

As your cat undergoes adolescence, behavior once giggled over may now be seen as obnoxious. Learn why your cat engages in behaviors such as spraying, estrus, scratching, and more and how to handle it.