Adding a new cat to your household is exciting, but it can also lead to turmoil, especially if you already have a cat that’s unsure of the new addition. While the first few days in your home can be ones of high stress, knowing how to socialize your cat with the new one can make
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A couple found a tiny kitten without a mom. They got her the help she needed, and couldn’t stop thinking about her. Susie @dcfostermomsusie A couple spotted a newborn kitten all alone outside in a neighborhood in Washington D.C.. Knowing that she needed round-the-clock bottle feedings, they immediately sought help for her. “The kitten came
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Cats are naturally playful creatures. Once you’ve lived with a cat for a while, it becomes evident that anything can be a toy. Most cat owners have had a Christmas tree incident with their cat knocking baubles left, right and center.  Here’s why playtime is so important for your cat and how playing with your
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In an ideal world, every cat would live indoors and enjoy a warm, loving home. Of course, we don’t live in an ideal world, and some cats must live outdoors due to circumstances beyond their or their person’s control. Here’s what you need to know about cats who live outside. Only spayed or neutered cats
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When a beloved cat passes away, your house and heart may seem a little empty. Grief looks and feels different for each person, and there is no wrong way to grieve. Ordained animal chaplain Kaleel Sakakeeny describes grieving as an active process, and his work is about supporting cat guardians “moving from grief to mourning.”
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Did someone say “summer vacation?” Cats are always ready for a little R & R, and the summer months are the perfect time for them to kick back (more than usual) and fully enjoy the lazy, hazy days. Here are nine ways cats might soak up summer vacation, with a little help from the humans
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If you have multiple cats in your home, chances are when one dies it’s not just you who is grieving. Your surviving cat will likely also be missing her feline friend. Even cats who might not seem especially bonded often go through periods of loss or adjustment after a feline companion passes away. Some grieving
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I always have lots of fabric scraps lying around, so I use them up by making toys for my cats and the cats at the shelter where I volunteer. I usually just do simple squares and rectangles, but I recently decided to try some trickier shapes — like fish! If you know your way around
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