What Houseplants Are Poisonous to Cats?

Usually cats are finicky about what they eat so many people won't ever have problems with leaving houseplants in reach. However, poisoning from household plants makes up a... More
Views

Why Do Cats Drool?

Cats can drool for any number of reasons. Drooling is not as normal in cats as it is in dogs so it may often be a sign of... More
Views

Can Cats Drink Milk?

One of the most purported cat myths is that dairy milk is good for them. Perhaps this falsity started hundreds of years ago if not as far back... More
Views

Do Cats Really Eat Goldfish?

The domesticated cat's diet would not normally contain fish and it should not be a part of their diets unless provided in balanced cat food. Consequently, cats do... More
Views

Why Do Cats Have Retractable Claws?

As if cats weren't wonderful and mystical enough, their bodies are marvelous machines of natural engineering. Their retractable claws are one tiny part of their makeup but they... More
Views

Why Do Cats Have Whiskers?

The hair or fur of mammals has a practical purpose but whiskers have a different mechanism. Cat whiskers are much denser than hair or fur, growing sparsely around... More
Views

Average Weight of a Cat

There is no "average" weight of a dog as the breeds determine this physical trait. Contrary to popular belief, cats can also differ dramatically in average weights, much... More
Views

Why Do Cats Always Land on Their Feet?

The agility and reflexes of cats have always intrigued me. I've often wondered how a cat, dropped from a certain height, can always land upright? Well, the answer... More
Views

The Best Food for Older Cats

As cats enter their golden years, their dietary needs change. Their digestive systems slow down and their organs may decline rapidly. Health issues overlooked in their younger years... More
Views