Adult Cats 1 - 6 years
Mind and Body
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 diet can help your cat lose those extra pounds.
Smart, practical pointers for staying active and optimizing weight through exercise.
As any pet parent knows, one of life's simple pleasures is petting your favorite cat.
Pay close attention for clues to put an early end to a nasty problem for both you and the pet you love.
There are many reasons your cat can have a dry, warm nose that have nothing to do with health.
Your cat's tail can tell you about what's going on inside her head.
Not only does your cat know how to self-groom, she's also built for the job.
If your cat's already been through a heat, you won't forget her howling and the constant demands for attention.
Just like people, cats can experience occasional stomach upset.
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.
A cat's 'meow' is actually a surprisingly sophisticated method of communication.
Nature has equipped your cat with special powers refined by countless generations of chasing, hunting and surviving.
Cats love to catch mice. And as natural hunters, they're very good at it.
Understanding your cat’s body is essential for providing the best care.
Discover how pets benefit
daily from Hill’s Food Shelter
& LoveTM program.