Adult Cats 1 - 6 years
Mind and Body
A toy with a treat hidden in the center could be just the thing to keep your busy cat occupied. Check out some tips in purchasing the right toy for your pet.
Cats can't talk to you about their urinary tract infection discomfort, but you can know what symptoms to look for and treatment solutions to help your furry friend.
Animal shelters are an incredible community resource, but they are often misunderstood. How much do you know about your local shelters?
Kidney disease can be fatal in cats and often goes undiagnosed. Know what symptoms to look for and when to involve your veterinarian.
Your cat's habits may be telling you something about her overall health. Learn how to spot signs of discomfort in your cat.
Cats are quick learners and have thousands of years of evolution behind their abilities to observe and make intelligent decisions based on what they sense.
An overweight cat is no laughing matter. Fortunately, making a few simple changes to your cat's food and lifestyle can allow her to shed some pounds.
Obesity in cats can cause a variety of health-related problems and may even shorten the lifespan of your beloved cat. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to become informed on the issue and find a healthy way to get your cat’s weight back on track.
Today, our cats are living longer than ever before. Learn about age-related conditions that were previously less common in older cats.
Ernie Ward, DVM and founder of the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, breaks down why having an obese cat is a serious problem.
Learn why inappropriate urination could be a sign that something is wrong with your cat.
Learn how exercise and nutrition can help your cat lose those extra pounds.
Smart, practical pointers for staying active and optimizing weight through exercise.
As any parent knows, one of life's simple pleasures is petting your favorite cat. Running a hand over a soft coat of thick, shiny fur feels good to you and your cat. Unfortunately, if your cat has poor skin health, that simple pleasure might not be so pleasant.
There are many reasons your cat can have a dry, warm nose that have nothing to do with health.
Just like people, cats can experience occasional stomach upset.
Nature has equipped your cat with special powers refined by countless generations of chasing, hunting and surviving.