In the News: Saving Shelter Ca...

Feb 28, 2020 by

When visiting an animal shelter, it can be heart-wrenching to know that not all of the loving cats, dogs, and other pets will be lucky enough to be adopted into warm homes. Often, though, this is simply because each animal’s unique and special personality doesn’t have a chance to shine through.

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How We Domesticated Cats (Twic...

Jan 31, 2020 by

We all know that ancient Egyptians loved and honored cats — but were they really the first humans to domesticate this animal? As it turns out, no. In 2001, French archeologists found a burial site in Cyprus from 9,500 years ago that included a man and an 8-month old cat — obviously buried together to show the closeness of man and animal. So, how did that burial site get there? Who were the first to domesticate cats?

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Common Cat Injuries and What t...

Jan 17, 2020 by

Several common injuries befall cats fairly regularly. If you have a cat, you may have encountered any number of these. To help you know what to do right away if your cat is hurt at home, we’ve created a list of the most common cat injuries and what to do to treat them.

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4 Mistakes Cat Owners Sometime...

Nov 1, 2019 by

Being a cat owner is no piece of cake. Here are the biggest pitfalls to watch out for to avoid some of the more common mistakes.

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Ask the Vet: Why Do Cats Knead...

Oct 25, 2019 by

Does your cat ever “make biscuits”? Or “knead dough?” These terms commonly refer to the ritual of cat kneading. Animal scientists and researchers have suggested a few theories why cats do this.

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Ask the Vet: Can Cats Really S...

Oct 4, 2019 by

You’ve probably heard the rumor that cats can see in the dark, but is it really true? We explore this question and turn up some nocturnal facts about our feline friends that may surprise you.

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