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These 21 hilarious #CatPhotos prove that even professional criminals sometimes get caught red-handed.
It might be hard to imagine when they’re curled up on the windowsill purring or lying motionless on the floor soaking up the afternoon sun, but your kitties are actually sneaky, cheeky little thieves just dying to snatch that last slice of ham from your Lunchable. Don’t believe me? Check out all of these folks whose …
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Some vets report that cats can't get #LymeDisease from ticks. We checked. Don't believe everything you read.
A while ago, a vet in a newspaper column said cats don’t get Lyme disease; I doubted that, so I checked the facts.
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Your cat can't catch a cold from you, and you won't catch a lot of things from your cat, including these 6 diseases.
It seems like there’s always some new hype about the latest horrific disease you can catch from your cat, but the fact is that very few diseases can pass back and forth between humans and felines, and most of those that can are caused by parasites. As far as viruses and bacteria go, though, you’re …
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Does your cat beg for people food? More kibble? A midday snack? Do you give in too often? Tips for cats who are prone to overeating.
Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in the May/June 2015 issue of Catster print magazine. Click here to subscribe to Catster magazine. Since childhood, I’ve peacefully coexisted with cats possessing polite mealtime manners. That streak ended when I adopted my fast-growing feline foodie named Casey. As I write this, Casey is 10 months old and …
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Did you know that deafness is more common in white cats than felines of other colors? @Catster explains why. http://bit.ly/1NPXwLZ
"Star Trek" is the reason white cats are deaf. What does that mean? Well, ion balance must be maintained! Let me explain.
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The U.S. embassy in Cuba recently opened after decades of hard feelings between the two nations. How are the cats of Cuba reacting? Our correspondent in Havana shows us.
Venture into the streets of Havana with this peek at the feral cats of Cuba.
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My cat has a new love interest -- it's an automatic feeder. He is OBSESSED.
Tick Tock Tick Tock Tick Tock … Here we go again with the ominous ticking. I sure can’t hear it, but you know it’s happening because my cat James’ ears jump to the rhythm of the beat. The mysterious sound emanates from the timer in his fabulous automatic feeder (or KibCat), the one that has substituted …
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Cats and #mindfulness: We hear from a woman whose cats remind her to slow down and pay attention to her thoughts and actions, to be present. That's good for people as well as cats.
My cats remind me to stay in the present moment -- and sometimes they force me to actually slow down and pay attention to my thoughts.
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How much is too much in backing your cause? Opponents of cat declawing are accused of bullying vets in the annual America's Favorite Veterinarian contest so much that the contest was halted. If you oppose declawing, is online harassment of vets going too far? Read the full story on our sister publication, Veterinary Practice News.
The American Veterinary Medical Foundation’s third annual America’s Favorite Veterinarian contest was suddenly canceled today because of harassment of the finalists.
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Cats mark territory in multiple ways. In fact, cats mark you in ways you might not even realize. Catster's resident behaviorist Marilyn Krieger explains. #AskABehaviorist
Cats have evolved into efficient communicators. One way they broadcast information to each other is through “marking.” In some ways, marking is similar to e-mail and text messaging — the sender and the recipient do not have to be together. It is a form of communication that leaves messages for other animals through scent and …
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#TextsFromMittens While Drunk Patty searches for an earring, Mitty blames Mom for not being rich like #GrumpyCat. He hires #Stumpy to be his manager. Watch out for that Chupacabra!
Life is tough when you realize you’re not a millionaire — especially when you see some other cat making a haul. Friends, this is just one of the atrocities that’s been on Mittens’ mind. Certainly he should have millions of dollars, and of course it’s Mom’s fault this isn’t the case. He calls in his …
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Ever think of playing cards with your cat? Probably not. But Angie Bailey, creator of Texts From Mittens, did, and she played a round with her tuxedo cat, Cosmo. See how Cosmo made her the joker.
A few months ago I posted about my experience playing the Life board game with my cats. Needless to say, it was quite the experience — and by “experience,” I mean complete chaos. My kitties created their own rules and I had no idea what was happening during most of the game. I just know …
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