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The Internet's #1 site for cats and the people who love them … because cats are family too.
The Internet's #1 site for cats and the people who love them … because cats are family too.

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Have you heard of the "cat loaf?" A cat who's lying down, paws folded, looking like a loaf of bread? Angie Bailey, creator of Texts From Mittens, sees a lot of bread products in her cats -- such as a cinnamon roll, a croissant, and a bun. See all five silly nicknames.

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Does your cat get in your way to get attention? This type of behavior could be a good sign. We explain.

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Elmo the cat was WAY overweight. How did he shed pounds and regain mobility? A water-therapy program at @UTKnoxville's CARES Center. See how it works.

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Grab a Tissue: @SarahDonner, known for her humorous and educational songwriting in Ask a Cat Lady, fosters kittens. One kitten, named Melon, is showing signs of heart failure. So she and her husband will adopt her, giving her as much love and care as possible in the time she has left.

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Would you go to a yoga class where cats roamed the room? Welcome to Yoga4Cats, a program in Illinois that has promoted adoption and helped raise money for a shelter.

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It's #SpringBreak time. For cats. See how they party -- getting wasted, waking up with strange individuals. One even has a bad trip. Duuuude.

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Your cat's #LitterBox problems might be related to how your cat gets along with you as well as the other people and pets in the home. Our resident behaviorist tells how you can fix or prevent problems.

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Do you wish you had cat ears? Have a look at these stylish cat earrings. They're the next best thing for a human. #CatChic

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Zeb was a "ragged old man" of a cat with only one eye and four teeth. He was rescued, though, and now he helps other senior cats. He's a Catster Hero.

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Vets often warn that it's dangerous to give pets medication intended for humans. Yet a British study shows 1.4 million people do this to avoid vet bills. Read the story in our sister publication, Veterinary Practice News.
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