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What A Cat's Teeth Can Tell You about Your Cat's Health

What a cat’s teeth can tell you about kidney disease, feline leukemia, and dental hygiene. […]

Check on Pets in Foreclosed Homes

Pets in foreclosed homes. […]

Sign Up Your Service Animal to Receive A Free Eye Exam

Service animals can get free eye exams. Sign up is in April. […]

Why do cats do the things they do?

Every once in a while Earl Gray, my cat, makes mad dashes around the house. It usually happens at night. We have three floors in our house, and he practically flies up and down the steps. I should just give him a cape, and call him Super Kitty. If you ever wondered why cats get the night crazes, why they rub up against you, and why they exhibit other somewhat strange behaviors, read on. […]

5 Reasons Why Cats Need Their Claws

Those of you who know me, know that I adore cats–claws and all. I would never declaw a cat. Simply put, it’s wrong. The operation is painful, and it has been likened to cutting off the first knuckles of a human hand. […]

Tell Us How You Exercise with Your Pet Contest

Win a free Fitbit Flex by telling Pet News and Views about your exercise habits with your pets. […]

Spooky Vampires

Happy Halloween: celebrating the holiday with your pets, keeping them safe, frozen wood frogs, and vampire fish. […]

Purrs Versus Snoring

A poem about snoring and purring. Which is preferred? […]

Fun Animal Facts

Fun animal facts to share with your kids. Learn about cats, dogs, elephants, snakes, dinosaurs, chickens, bugs, sheep, and fish. […]

Defy Superstition Day and Hug a Black Cat

Defy Superstition Day and hug a black cat. Why black cats are considered good luck in some countries. […]