How can I keep my cat from becoming infected? Keep cats indoors, away from potentially infected cats that might bite them. If you do allow your cats outdoor access, provide supervision or place them in a secure enclosure to prevent wandering and fighting. Adopt only infection-free cats into households with uninfected cats. House infection-free cats…Details
It was the fall/winter of 2007-2008 in Wautoma, Wisconsin. I was living with my two cats, Wyatt and Jessie in an old summer cottage that was not really meant to be lived in during cold Wisconsin winters.
When Sue Vesta came back from two weeks of vacation, she was shocked to discover that her home had sprouted a whole passel of cats.
Kevan Yaets swims after his cat Momo to safety as the flood waters sweep him downstream and submerge the cab in High River, Alberta, after the Highwood River overflowed its banks.
I rescued my cat Tiny from where I used to work when I lived in Nova Scotia. He was dumped there along with three siblings and their mom.
A Franklin County man faces charges of aggravated animal cruelty after a police officer witnessed him throwing a bag of kittens out his car window.
Many thanks to all the participants and their beautiful cats. Special thanks to the owners of the 25 cats chosen to be featured in our very first Photo Book.
They might not be the prettiest of animals but when it comes to friendliness, the hairless Sphynx is the cat’s whiskers. A survey of different types of cat found the pedigree breed to be the most affectionate, whereas Britain’s most common variety – the non-pedigree shorthaired domestic moggy – is the most unfriendly.
In 1969 Ace Bourke and John Rendall were two young Australian travellers who had just arrived in London when they bought a lion cub from Harrods department store. It was an impractical “impulse” buy, but while he was a cub they felt they could look after him as well as anyone, and do their best…Details
King of the beasts, the lion was once widespread across Africa and Europe. The UK even once had its own native population of this fearsome predator! Sadly, as with many lion subspecies, the Barbary or Atlas Lion is now extinct in the wild, although ancestors of these formerly wild populations still exist in captivity.