What makes a cat door different than a dog door? Technically, nothing! But cat doors are usually rigid flaps, and of course are smaller in size than dog doors. Cats can use dog doors, and tiny dogs can use cat doors, it just depends...Read more
The domestic cat is a small, typically furry, carnivorous mammal and most people have in their home as their pet. They are often called house cats when kept as indoor pets or simply cats when there is no need to distinguish them from other felids...Read more
Many people are under the impression that their cats do not like to play or that they get bored easily and have little interest in playing with wands, feather toys, little balls, or toy mice. But it just might be how you are...
If you are a cat lover, nothing is more discouraging than finding out that someone you love and care about—perhaps a friend or your young child—is allergic to cats. What do you do? Do you get rid of your cat, and perhaps never have another furry...Read more
Cats are a lot more independent than dogs, and when it comes to letting them roam outside, there's really no stopping them. You see, if your dog runs away or gets loose, you freak out and try to get it back home as soon as possible....Read more
Like humans, cats and dogs come in various shapes and sizes, they have distinct physical and behavioral characteristics and thus there are some cuter breeds and some not so cute breeds. Staunch animal lovers may take offense but the truth is that not every cat...Read more