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Cats come from all corners of the globe, but cats that originated in Asia have some distinct characteristics. Learn about these Asian cat breeds.
Are you looking for a tiny bundle of love? Small cats make great pets, not just for their cuteness, but also for people with tighter living spaces. Take a look at these great smaller felines.
You've probably seen most of these common cat breeds at some point or another, but you might be surprised about the most common cat of all -- making up 95% of US cats!
It has always been a tale that cats have 9 lives. There are however a few cat breeds who seem to far surpass all others when it comes to living a long time. Find out here if your feline made the list.
Cats for families with children should be easygoing, extroverted, and a fan of affection, as children have a tendency to want to pick up and cuddle their pets. Check this list for cat breeds that fit the bill.
The best cats for multi-pet homes are those who are social, even-tempered, non-territorial, and adaptable. Learn about which breeds may be best.
When it comes to cats, some breeds are known for their aloof or independent dispositions. For the owner who wants a loyal friend who will seek out affection and interaction, you’ll want a benevolent breed that enjoys the company of people.
Cats can be small or large, fluffy or furry, talkative or a quiet type. Here we've grouped some of the most popular cat breeds into useful types.
From genetics, to weight, to preexisting diseases, lots of factors can cause diabetes in your pet. Learn about the causes of diabetes here.
Glaucoma is an eye disease that can result in blindness. Learn more about this disease and which breeds are most likely to suffer from it.
Diabetes is diagnosed in dogs and cats more often than you would think. Learn the 5 facts you need to know to protect your pet.
Not all cats like to cuddle, not all cats like to be picked up, and not all cats like to play for hours on hours. What kind of cat best fits your personality?
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