Most cats love their owners as much as their owners love them. However, it's important to remember that cats show their love in different ways from other animals. This makes some cats appear distant or unaffectionate. More »

Some of the common ways a cat shows affection for its owner are by purring, rubbing against the owner, holding eye contact and bringing gifts. Cats often use purring as a sign of friendliness. More »

A cat can give love bites as a way of showing affection. It is often done while the cat is being played with or while someone is petting her. The bite is a way to show that she is enjoying the affection. More »

House cats eat a mixture of wet and dry cat food that their owners present to them. It is best to ask a veterinarian about specific foods to fit a particular cat's needs. More »

Most cats with diabetes need insulin injections, which owners may administer at home at the dose and frequency indicated by their veterinarians, according to the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. More »

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The American Veterinary Medical Association encourages pet owners to surgically sterilize their cats as early as possible, between 8 and 16 weeks of age. In the past, veterinarians would wait until cats had gone through ... More »

Sphynx cats are hairless, so many owners dress them in sweaters or coats for added warmth and protection. Turtleneck sweaters are especially common, ranging in style from monochromatic to patterned. More »

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