janelle leeson
janelle leeson

Janelle Leeson

Janelle is a cat mum to two resident adventure kitties, Lyra and Atlas, and numerous cat and kitten fosters. Janelle and her furry family enjoy filling their days with hiking, kayaking, and seeking out the best cat-friendly destinations around the Pacific Northwest. You can follow Janelle, her adventure kitties, and adoptable fosters at @paws_pdx.
The right choice for your cat depends on a few factors.
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Is your cat meowing because she's happy, mad, sad, or not feeling well? As with everything cat behavior and health—it's all about context.
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Here's what you should know about your cat's third eyelid—and what to do if it's showing.
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Not even indoor cats are safe from these bloodsuckers.
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Urinating outside of the litter box is a clear sign something isn't right. Help your cat get back to feeling her best with these supportive strategies.
Cat birth is called queening, and the good news is that your queen-to-be will do most of the work herself.
Not even indoor cats are safe from these bloodsuckers.
Urinating outside of the litter box is a clear sign something isn't right. Help your cat get back to feeling her best with these supportive strategies.
Cat birth is called queening, and the good news is that your queen-to-be will do most of the work herself.
We're getting down to business on how cats naturally know how to ... do their business.
Here's what you need to know before sharing your Halloween stash with your cat.
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From the right kitten food to essential care items you might not have considered, here's everything your kitten needs for a happy, healthy start.
Cats use all of their senses to better understand and communicate with their favorite humans—including when we're feeling blue.
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Itchy kitty? Allergies could be to blame—and relief might be a visit to the vet or a swap of the litter away.
Is a cat-friendly tropical oasis your home aesthetic? Read this before decorating with palms.
Make your pup's leg go bonkers with these sweet-spot scratches.
Would you like an orange floof with that mocha? Now you can at these Instagram-worthy cat cafés.
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The dog days of summer are hot for your cat, too. Here are some tips for keeping your cool cat even cooler.
Chew on this: Cats have almost as many teeth as we do.
It doesn't have to be so stressful for you or for your cat.
You may want to try these more satisfying methods of play instead.
Your cat will love feeling the breeze in her whiskers—from the comfort and safety of this window solarium. 
Everyone farts. But if your cat is tooting up a storm, experts say you can help her (and you) find relief.
Hookworms might not be the most common parasite that affects cats, but they are one of the most dangerous.