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2010-12-29 01:43
Cats do a lot of talking with their tails. If a tail is twitching, it’s a sign that the cat is thinking, is in the middle of observing something and making up its mind about it. Man… Read More
2010-12-19 17:56
Can a cat be accurately diagnosed as bipolar? Should my cat take a psychiatric medication originally intended for humans, such as Prozac or other similar drugs? Well, let’s see. First… Read More
2010-12-11 18:25
As an animal shelter volunter, I hear this thing a LOT. Usually, it’s from someone who’s just met the cat. This doesn’t make a great deal of sense to me, but it happens al… Read More
2010-11-06 17:45
Last week, I had to put my eleven year old tabby, Zoe, to sleep. I’ve seen articles on grieving, which always struck me as kind of strange. Does it really help to know that your feeli… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
Cat Socialization Tips 1. If the stray cat in question eventually comes up to you and lets you handle it (without fleeing for the woods the first moment it feels your fingertip), it’s… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
One of the cats at my shelter, a long term resident due to the fact that he is neither a kitten nor fond of people, whether they be strangers or familiar faces, has an official diagnosis of… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
Dear Tabby: I have a problem that I hope you can help me with. My human gets up way too late in the mornings. Let me explain. Usually, my human gets up at what I refer to as “sort of e… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
Every now and then, you see a male cat who looks like he’s been storing nuts in his cheeks for the winter. This is because he’s mature and un-neutered, or has been neutered after… Read More

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