Your cat may not be as excited about a new arrival as you are. Gradual and controlled introductions will help your cat take to an unfamiliar animal.
The rising number of pets — and their importance to their owners — has prompted organizations to respond to the growing demographic of pet-owning employees.
Dozens of threatened Australian species are back from the brink. But many are reliant on fenced-off safe havens and could not survive the feral predators of the wild. True safety is harder
Money-saving tips for people with pets.
Cat owners need to know the right moment to step in. Here’s how to tell.
In a home with more than one cat, feline wrestling can be a common sight. But how do we know when it’s becoming a problem?
A proposed scientific name is frenetic random activity periods (FRAPs). In rabbits, these high activity periods are called ‘binkies’. But many cat and dog-owners simply call them ‘zoomies’.
As omnivores, humans can choose to not consume any animal products. But what happens when we feed a vegan diet to our carnivore companions?
Are our animal companions showing off when they share more than toys with us? And what should we do about it?
Medieval manuscripts are littered with images of cats – sharing their owner’s dinner, keeping them company, and even cosplaying as nuns.
There are many things you can do to help your pet when they’re sick.
Keeping human foods away from pets is one way to avoid emergency veterinary hospital runs during Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or New Year’s.
Kneading is typical kitten behaviour but may be retained into adulthood because it can help communicate messages.
Many people think they’re allergic to cat hair, but that’s not entirely the case.
Plus how to train your cat to settle in its carrier in five easy steps.
Science has some clues about whether or not your cat feels more than cupboard love for you.
A series of studies found that exposure to dogs leads people to make riskier financial decisions, while interactions with cats have the opposite effect.
Data suggests most of the time infection results in either no symptoms or very mild disease for cats and dogs. And the duration of their symptoms, if they get them, may be very short.
Digging is a natural and important behaviour for cats – trying to interrupt it may cause stress and confusion for your pet. But if your cat is kicking litter everywhere, here are a few tips to try.
Allowing cats to roam unsupervised is detrimental to humans, wildlife and the cats themselves. Managing free-roaming cats should consider the risks they pose to other species.