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  • Disneyland Cats provide pest control for the entire California park complex
    The Cats of Disneyland
    The Cats of Disneyland have been around for as long as the park has been open, as far as anyone knows. They're feral, so they're hard to see, and the multitudes of visitors each day help ensure that the cats spend their waking hours hiding...
  • Donate your cat's blood to help cats suffering from a variety of conditions
    Donate your cat's blood and give the gift of life
    It's pretty common knowledge that we can donate our own blood to blood banks like the Red Cross and UBS. However, did you know that you can also donate your cat's blood? Cats sometimes need transfusions, too, and vet's offices can have...
  • NJ’s Bayside State Prison refuses to lift cat feeding ban once again
    NJ’s Bayside State Prison refuses to lift cat feeding ban once again
    Alley Cat Allies (ACA), the only national advocacy organization dedicated to the protection and humane treatment of cats, is very busy these days. They are trying to intervene on the behalf of the felines in Leesburg, New Jersey outside of the...
  • Mrs T at Thanksgiving
    Home or away for the holidays with your cat and planning ahead
    Many people are making preparations for the celebrations ahead of time -- but stop and think about the family cat. Soon Thanksgiving will be here again, and then Hanukkah, Christmas and the New Year. Whether home or away a little advanced planning...
  • Bad behaviour can be corrected painlessly
    A study in aggression in felines
    Non-recognition aggression is a volatile type of aggression which arises between feline housemates that have previously had a rational relationship. It most likely occurs through failure of recognition. This particular type of aggression is most...
  • Get close to your cat
    Getting close to kitty
    There is nothing on this celestial ball like the bond between a feline and a human. The There are many ways to bond with your purring beauty, ways tried and true, ways that are both amazing and simple. For starters, we show our feline how we love...
  • It's easy to care for a cat
    Tips for superior cat ownership
    If kitty is permitted to go outdoors he/she must wear a security collar and an ID tag. A protection collar with an elastic panel will let your feline break loose should the collar get caught on something. And even if your kitty is indoors-only, an...
  • Cat cafe scheduled to open in New York City
    Cat cafe scheduled to open in New York City
    New York City’s first cat café called appropriately Meow Parlour is scheduled to open on Dec. 15, 2014. The café will be located at 46 Hester Street in the Lower East Side.The Meow Parlour is being launched by Christina Ha and Emilie Legrand...
  • Cats on death row
    Cats on death row
    As the holidays approach, in many areas of the United States, the cats and kittens being held behind bars in area pet shelters are running out of time. Time they need to find a loving, forever home before they are euthanized to make room for the...
  • Feeding ban
    Cat starvation feared at New Jersey prison
    More than 100 cats who live on the grounds of a New Jersey state prison are believed to be starving due to a feeding ban imposed by the prison head over a month ago, according to a local animal welfare group.Lew Vinci, president of the Animal...
  • Agression in cats can be stopped
    Stopping aggression in cats
    The tip top way to prevent aggression in cats is to have them neutered or spayed. The importance of this can’t be stressed enough. Keep kitty’s nails trimmed as short as possible, but never cut the quick. Set aside twenty minutes every day for...
  • Agression in cats has a root
    The second highest feline behavior problem
    Aggression happens to be the number two feline behavior problem complained about to behaviorists; the first being unsuitable elimination. Cats display several different types of aggression including territorial aggression, status-related ...
  • PACC to extend special adoption event
    Pima Animal Care Center adopting out all cats rescued in hoarding case
    Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) has adopted out most of the cats they took in from a hoarding case, according to a Nov. 16, 2014 story on KVOA Tucson. 80 cats and kittens were taken out of a Tucson home on Thursday, and all were adoptable. Some of...
  • Domestic cats still have wild genes
    Domestic cats are still partly wild, says feline genome study
    Some interesting revelations have come from mapping the domestic cat's genome. We know that cats first started living among humans around 9,500 years ago. We know that the cats that were more likely to be friendly, and less likely to be afraid...
  • There is actual physics behind how cats drink water
    The physics behind how cats drink water
    There is actual, interesting physics behind how cats drink water. At a glance, it might appear that all they do is use their tongues as cups to get water into their mouths. According to an article on Cat Channel, though, that's not what they...