Cats are sweet, loving, funny pets who are oft misunderstood by those who haven’t had the pleasure of owning — or, rather, being owned by — a cat.
Before you run out and get one, make sure you’re prepared for the responsibility.
How much could that doggie (or kitty) in the window cost? Anywhere from $580 to $875 per year just for the basics, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
By Kristen Seymour, Vetstreet.com We recently released our list of the year’s most popular puppy names, but, of course, we identify as neither dog nor cat people (seriously, do not ask us to choose sides!), so we now present to you the most popular kitten names of 2013. Just like in 2011 and 2012, we examined Vetstreet’s database of […]
While the top 10 don’t yield too many surprises, we’re noticing a few trends and have our eyes on a few rising stars.
Five tips for keeping your pet out of the ER, based on an overview of all our Hambone nominees over the years.
Whatever you call your pets, it’s important to choose a name with positive associations.
When it comes to displaying signs of sickness, cats are masters of obfuscation and disguise.
Over the years, though, I’ve picked up a few fur-busting tips that will help you out if you live with a Fur-rench Bulldog or other hairy housemate.
It’s called ‘Nyan Nyan Nouveau,’ and is made specifically for Mr. Snuggles.