Here is what happened at the Purina Better With Pets Summit that my human attended. Plus kitties!
Today is National Feral Cat Day, and there may be more ways to help feral cats than you realize!
If your human really, really wants you to wear a Halloween costume, I have some tips here to make it easier for you!
Binga is helping me spread the word about Remember Me Thursday, which spreads awareness about homeless pets.
Especially for my Facebook visitors – a way to guarantee you always see my posts!
September is Happy Cat Month, so I am going to tell you five of the things that make me happy!
I am helping Petfinder celebrate 20 years of pet adoption, and 25 million pets adopted! Oh, and I have some help.
Most of you kitties don’t like them, but regular veterinary check-ups are necessary! Especially when it comes to your kidneys.
We love Esme’s sweet spirit — but she is in desperate need of medical care. Here’s her story… and how you can help!
Scared? Of me? But believe it or not, some humans are!
How my human helped my half-brother Sizzle learn how to behave at a cat show.
That is my question for the day! I present you with the facts — now you take the poll and tell me!
It’s time again to Blog the Change for Animals… but my focus today is on human healing as much as it is rescuing pets.
Have you ever wondered how I learned the tricks I do? Well, in this blog post, I tell you the steps for you and your human to follow!
I want to tell you about Mia, a formerly feral tortie kitten who grew up to be the star of a children’s book that will be available in November… if you help!
We cats can do so many cool things that humans can’t! Here are just ten of them.
Here is an infographic of Fourth of July cat safety tips for you!
A couple of cat-hating city council members in White Settlement, TX want to get rid of Browser, the library’s cat! Here’s the low-down, and how you can help.
Today is National Take Your Cat on an Adventure Day, and I have some tips on how you aspiring adventure cats can train your human to be an adventure human!
I was happy to see that a rescue group has offered to help look after the pets of the victims of the Orlando massacre. But what about your pets? Who would care for them if something happened to you?
Saturday, June 11 is the annual Just One Day movement, in which shelters all over the US, Canada and even Australia show it’s possible to have a no-kill nation!