Why Do Cats Make Noises, and What Do They Mean?
Cats make a range of noises, from chirping to trilling and purring, that indicate a variety of moods and emotions. Here’s more about the sounds your cat makes and how to translate them.
Cats Really Are Emotionally Attached to Their Owners—Even if They Don't Obviously Show It
Cats have a reputation for aloofness. But a new study found that they do actually form secure bonds with humans, and look to humans for comfort.
Yes, Your Cat Really Is Ignoring You, According to a New Study
You're not just imagining it. Cats can understand human speech, to a certain degree–but they're also selective about what they respond to.
Everything You Need to Know About a Cat's Body Language
Your cat has his own way of telling you when he’s feeling defensive, affectionate, or even when he’s in pain. Learn how to interpret your cat’s behavior to build your best relationship with him.
The Real Reason Your Cat Chatters at the Window
If you’ve noticed your cat making a strange chirping noise as he stares out the window at flies, people, or other cats, no need to worry. It’s called cat chattering, and it’s just his predatory instinct.
6 Reasons for Cat Drooling, from Sickness to Stress
If you’ve noticed your cat drooling, it might be because she’s sick or stressed—or, on the other hand, because she’s actually as relaxed as can be. Here’s what to know about cat drooling and how to tell if your pet needs medical care.